The Ahrens family began their fresh vegetable farming operation in early 1954. It modestly started with two adjacent properties of two hundred acres, named “Twin Garden Farms”. The Farm is operated by 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation family members and has grown into over 4000 acres of prime farmland stretching into Southern Wisconsin. “Super sweet” corn is their flagship product.
Didier Farms is family owned and operated by Rick Didier, 3rd Generation Farmer. Sweet Corn is their Specialty and all produce is picked and delivered fresh daily to each of our stores. Learn more about the Didier’s Farm Operation here.
HerbThyme’s mission is to dedicate themselves to growing and shipping the highest quality fresh herbs in the country. HerbThyme farms have been growing fresh herbs since 1986 and have been certified organic since 1992.
Farmed Here to ensures their customers receive fresh, safe, and guaranteed consistent organic greens. Farmed Here strays from the traditional farming methods and practices the hydroponic, aquaponic, and aeroponic indoor methods for the most nutrient rich, and chemical and pesticide-free greens.
The Frey Farms Produce headquarters is located in rural Wayne County northeast of Mt. Vernon, IL and is supported by strategic shipping locations in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Georgia, Florida and throughout the Midwest. The Frey family provides the Roundy’s family of stores with a variety of locally grown product including Sweet Corn, Melons, Pumpkins and Fall Ornamentals. Learn more about how things grow on our farms here.
This 4th generation family owned and operated 82-acre farm has been a large part of the Chicago-land community since 1969. In addition to homemade honey, fresh fruit and vegetables are picked daily and delivered directly to you!
Since the early 80s, Mark Olson has farmed two to three acres of land in southwestern Wisconsin that are dedicated to fresh and flavorful herbs that make up his homemade pestos, oils, and vinaigrettes. Along with growing fresh basil and other herbs for Roundy’s, Mark Olson is the Vice President of the Board of the Wisconsin Food Hub based out of Dane County.
2013 marks Robert Fechter Sr. and wife Alice’s 65th wedding anniversary and 65th year in the farming business. Mr. Fechter, 89, and Mrs. Fechter, 85, have been farming fresh dill, variety squash, gourds, and pie pumpkins ever since they first met. The Fechter couple along with the help of their son, John, farm over 200 acres of vegetables annually, hand-pick and ship them to your local Roundy’s Supermarket.
Bill Ingersoll is the proud owner and fifth generation running the Sweet corn Farm. Roundy’s has partnered with Ingersoll Farms for over 25 years and takes over 85% of Bill’s crop. We invite you to enjoy this delicious Sweet Corn grown right in your own backyard!
Dick Okray, one of the owners of Okray Family Farms in Plover, WI is shown here with Gabrielle Okray who is, according to Dick, “fresh out of college with a degree in agriculture”. Keeping the farm in the family has been an Okray tradition for 105 years! Okray Family Farms supplies Roundy’s stores in Wisconsin with top quality spuds year round. Click the link to find spudtastic recipes!
The Weston’s apple orchards cover 16 acres with 160 varieties of antique apples dating back to the late 1500s. In their mid-80s, Ken and sister Jen Weston grow, pick, pack, and manage their orchards by hand with the help of local volunteers.
Brothers Joe and Dave began farming in 1964 with a tractor, a few acres of rented land, and some high school friends to pack vegetables. Today, the farm continues, on 7,000 acres, as a family business with second generation, Mike and Stephanie Borzynski, actively involved in the day-to-day farming operation - growing high-quality, safe, and delicious green beans, cabbage, collard greens, and kale.
Larry Aslum began growing potatoes and onions over 40 years ago and now farms 1,900 acres, providing fresh fruits and vegetables to the Great Lakes region every day. As a Committed Healthy Grown® grower, each step of their operations meet the sustainability standards of Protected Harvest. Learn more about Alsum Farms here.
Habelman Bros. Company is the world's largest fresh cranberry grower and packer with more than 700 acres of fresh cranberries. After four generations of family ownership and management, Habelman Bros Company remains dedicated to delivering their customers the highest quality fresh cranberries available in the market.
This 5th generation farm, located in the scenic Minnesota river valley, grows sweet corn, melons, squash, and bell peppers for Roundy’s Supermarkets. The Anderson family has been dedicated to their partnership with Roundy’s for over 25 years.
Gary and Brian Pahl are the 5th generation running the family-owned and operated business established in the early 1900’s. Pahl Farms sows over 1000 acres of produce in their fields just south of the Twin Cities. The Pahl family is best known for their sweet corn, but also grow pumpkins and many other fresh vegetables.
2014 will mark Zyviec’s 10th year in the sweet corn business, an operation that has spanned 3 generations in the Zywiec family. Sweet corn is Joe Zywiec’s staple crop, but in addition he also grows Green Bell Peppers, Jalapenos, Eggplant, Tomatoes, Potatoes, and Green Beans.
The Fergusons are a family owned and operated apple orchard growing 37 varieties of superior tasting apples. With 3 farm locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin, the Ferguson property has been an apple orchard since the 1870s.
Located in Owatonna Minnesota, Bushel Boy Farms lets each tomato grow red-ripe on the vine and then pick it when it is at it’s sweetest. They ship directly to the stores, avoiding the warehouse middle man, to ensure optimal freshness. As a local grower, Bushel Boy serves Roundy’s Supermarkets all year long.
Located in the country’s 3rd largest apple producing state, Riveridge markets an average of 1/3 of Michigan’s fresh apples each year. Riveridge represents a team of the best family apple farmers in the country, some even 6th generation farmers.
Todd Greiner Farms is a Grower, Packer, and Shipper out of Hart, MI with over 2,000 acres of squash and zucchini. They are a family ran business working around the clock and taking pride in being able to supply you with the finest produce available.
Superior traces its roots as a grower and shipper of Michigan vegetables back to 1918. Superior has grown over the last 83 years into a diversified produce shipping, packing, and sales organization. In the early 60s, the Blauwkamp family, a celery grower, began handling other local growers commodities. Today, Superior grows and ships the freshest squash to your local Roundy’s Supermarket.
In 1908, Sicilian immigrant, Peter Pero, started a modest farm in Western New York. For over 100 years and five generations later, Pero Family Farms is still a family owned and operated farm supplying Roundy’s with fresh and vibrant-colored sweet peppers.
In 1969, Tom’s family bought a farm in Grand Junction, Michigan. Tom has now been a blueberry grower for Naturipe for over 30 years and believes in the company’s strength in its diversity of experience, geographic locations, berry varieties, horticultural practices, and processes.
Miedema Produce started in 1971 when brothers Gerald and Ron Miedema raised their first crops in Jenison, Michigan. Your local store carries Miedema Produce’s red radishes, bright and crisp; the hallmark product grown and produced today.
Third generation farmers Ed and Dennis, along with their father, Paul, continue a strong family tradition of knowledge and experience combined with honesty and integrity. Located in Vincennes, IN, Mouzin Brothers Farms supplies Pick, Copps and Mariano’s Fresh Market with Sweet Corn, Watermelons and Pumpkins during the summer and early fall. Learn more about the farmers here.
Marko Zaninovich’s table grapes are rooted in the hot, arid climate of Southern California. Roundy’s brings “The Best From the West” right to your table. Don’t forget to try Sunview’s organic grapes too!
Naturipe® Farms consistently brings fresh berries to the table—berries that are vibrant, delicious and nutritious. Since 1917, generations of family farmers in local communities have produced these berries responsibly, with integrity and respect, through all the seasons of the year. Roundy’s carries Naturipe strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.
Located in the heart of the artichoke capital of the U.S., Ocean Mist is the largest fresh artichoke grower in the country. Come into any of Roundy’s Supermarkets for high-quality, nutritious, certified-safe produce. For those of you Artichoke Aficionados and Artichoke Amateurs, Ocean Mist has an abundance of resources and recipes to make everyone a knowledgeable and loving artichoke enthusiast!
Dating back to the 1930s, Rivermaid has expanded its grower family and acreage to 7,600 acres. Located near the Sacramento River, this fertile soil produces the most bountiful Bing cherries that you can find in your local store.
Since the ‘30s, David Jackson and his family have dedicated themselves to improving the quality of stone fruits. Focusing on a variety of colorful plums, peaches, and nectarines, Family Tree Farms excels in producing and safely shipping flavorful fruit from their farms to your table. Learn more by watching their videos!
Roundy’s was one of Organicgirl’s first partners and an exclusive one at that! Organicgirl succeeds at producing fresh, high-quality, and pesticide-free greens. Roundy’s carries over 10 of Organicgirl’s green blends, including the SuperGreens! And Baby Kale mixes, packed tight in 100% recyclable and resealable clamshell containers.
As a 1920’s Italian immigrant, Alex Sambado moved to the California countryside and was blessed with a fertile ranch. Now Alex’s son and grandsons grow cherries, apples, and walnuts on this family land. Primavera produce is picked, packed, and delivered from California to Roundy’s stores in less 48 hours for long-lasting satisfaction. Follow this link for yummy recipes and nutritional information.
As a young, educated 19-year old, Russ Tavlan took over the farm that had been in his family since 1918. He was determined to ensure the satisfaction of his customers through high quality produce. After years of practice and hard work, Russ and his 1,400 employees have succeeded in producing fresh stone fruit that is shipped to Roundy’s within 24 hours of harvest for the finest quality.
Kingsburg Orchards’ Jackson family has been farming for five generations, passing down time honored traditions and values about quality and flavor. Located in the fertile Central San Joaquin Valley, their ranches are in an ideal location for the trees to soak in that California sunshine and transform it into delicious, juicy and flavorful stone fruit and Apple Pears. Follow this link to meet the Jackson family growers!
This 5th generation family farm is the largest sweet cherry shipper in the nation. On the same plot of land that their ancestors lived in 1893, this Washington region receives 300 days of sunshine for deliciously healthy crop all year long. Follow this link of a fun and handy fruit and wine pairing guide!
Back in 1888, the Rainier Fruit ancestors moved across the country and began farming in Washington. Roundy’s continues to maintain a strong relationship with Rainier and makes sure their produce reaches the shelves no more than 24 hours after harvest for optimal ripeness. Check out their unique fruit varieties here!
CMI is one of Washington States largest Growers, Packers and Shippers of premium Washington State apples, pears, and cherries. Roundy’s Supermarkets carry two of CMI’s exclusive apple varieties – Ambrosia and Grapples – among the rest. Now you don’t have to wait for a particular “season” for the finest fresh fruit because CMI’s worldwide connections assure quality fruit year round. Use CMI’s flavor scale to choose the variety for you!
For over 100 years, this family owned and operated farm has been devoted to produce the best-tasting peaches in Georgia. The Lane family fashions the sweetness of their peaches from the hot Georgia sun and the rich clay soil of their almost 5,000 acre orchard. Roundy’s Supermarkets are stocked with these juicy peaches during the Summer season, so get them while supplies last! Follow this link for some super sweet recipes!
The Shuman family has been growing and shipping Vidalia sweet onions for over 25 years. Today, Shuman Produce grows and ships sweet onions all year long including the world famous Vidalia sweet onion during the spring and summer months. Watch us grow our RealSweet onions as they travel from our fields to Roundy's shelves and check out some great recipes perfect for your next meal.