OUR GROWERS

The roots of the R.W. Knudsen Family® brand run deep. From farms in Oregon to orchards spanning the Pacific coast and beyond, we partner with growers around the country who share our commitment to quality. Many of these relationships have endured for decades. And we’re confident that they’ll continue for as long as we’re producing delicious juice. 

FROM FARM TO BOTTLE

Ripe, flavorful fruit is the key ingredient in every R.W. Knudsen Family® product. In some cases, it’s the only ingredient. Naturally, we’re particular about the fruit that goes into our juices. And our partners are every bit as selective. These are the growers who are responsible for the quality ingredients that we use in our delicious juices.

PETERS CRANBERRIES

Sixes, OR

For Sara Osborne and her son Whitney, growing cranberries is decidedly different from farming more traditional crops. This is due, in part, to the fact that cranberries are water-harvested. Still, it’s their commitment to quality that clearly makes a difference—our relationship with them has lasted more than 20 years. Of course, Sara also appreciates the peace of mind that comes with knowing their berries are going to a good place—and creating delicious products like our Just Cranberry™ Juice.

CARPENTER PEARS

Lake County, CA

In 1881, the Carpenter family began farming on a small tract of land in north central California. More than 135 years and six generations of Carpenters later, that piece of land is part of a vast orchard that yields some of the most sought-after pears in all of California. Today, the family operates a completely organic farm. Naturally, they’re proud to supply pears to a brand that also believes in good food and making the world a better place.

STEMILT APPLES

Wenatchee, WA

The Stemilt Farm is owned by the Mathison family who has been growing apples on their land for five generations and working with us for over a decade. In 1989, they started growing organic food, long before the trend took off. The family believes that by emphasizing sustainability, they forge a bond with the land—along with producing sweet, juicy apples that are perfect for our juice.