It All Begins at Our Farms.


In order to nourish a healthy world through produce that is Grown for Good™, we must create the best growing environments for our crops to thrive. From our all-glass tomato greenhouses in Arizona to our squash fields down in Central Mexico, we use site specific solutions to deliver a consistent supply of healthy and delicious organic produce year-round.


Greenhouse Innovation

We want delicious, organic food to be attainable and accessible! That is why we invest in the latest sustainable, organic growing technology. We love growing our tomatoes in greenhouses because we can create the perfect conditions for the best tasting crops while keeping them nice and protected from harsh weather conditions and pests. At the same time, we can make efficient use of space and natural resources such as irrigation water.


With an eye towards the future, we recently renovated our greenhouses at Wholesum Farms Pacific – the site where Wholesum’s story begins! This is one of many expansion projects in the works. By constantly innovating, we can prepare for the future of organics because we believe the future IS organic.


Our Partner Growers

We know strength in agriculture comes from working with other socially conscious family farms and helping them grow. That is why we partner with other vision aligned organic growers committed to responsible agriculture.

Organic growing at its best in the U.S. & Mexico.

Wholesum Farms Arizona (Amado, AZ)

40 miles south of Tucson

  • Tomatoes on the vine
  • Beefsteak tomatoes

How it’s grown

  • Greenhouse (high tech)


Wholesum Farms Sonora (Imuris, Sonora)

30 miles south of the border

  • Tomatoes on the vine
  • Beefsteak tomatoes
  • Cherry tomatoes on the vine
  • Long English cucumbers
  • Bell peppers

How it’s grown

  • Greenhouse (high tech)


Wholesum Farms Pacific (Culiacán, Sinaloa)

600 miles south of the border

  • Tomatoes on the vine
  • Beefsteak tomatoes
  • Roma tomatoes
  • Red bell peppers
  • Eggplant
  • Squash
  • Heirloom tomatoes

How it’s grown

  • Greenhouse
  • Shade house
  • Open field





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