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Produce Brokers
Produce brokers buy fruits and vegetables from farmers and wholesalers so that they can sell them at affordable rates to stores and other types of vendors. Although this slightly raises the price of fruit and vegetables for food vendors, it cuts down on the amount of work that they do locating a wide variety of organic fruits and vegetables that their customers want to buy. In the long run, a grocer could potentially make more money by using produce brokers. Produce brokers can differ significantly from company to company. Many focus on supplying stores with the freshest possible foods. They purchase natural, in-season foods directly from farmers. Others place more focus on variety. They form connections with growers all over the world so that they can deliver local and exotic products to their clients. When exploring the vegetable and fruit brokers that serve your area, it is important to learn what types of products they keep in stock on a regular basis. That way you can use one that has the options you need. Since produce brokers serve the needs of many vendors, they often have a strong impact on the types of agriculture that farms and markets use. You can often learn more about the types of agricultural methods the companies use by locating their websites, which typically have information about their products, costs, and transportation methods. You can also learn more information about distributors in your area by searching for forums where vendors discuss the experiences that they have had with produce brokers.
 
 
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L A Consolidated Cold Storage & Distribution Co
7820 Industry Ave, Pico Rivera, CA 90660
Freezer Storage, Cooler Storage, Racked Facilities, Computerized Inventory Control, Rentals, Repacking, Cross Docking, Import/Export Inspection, Order Picking, Load Consolidation, Pallet Exchange and Dry Storage.
(562) 949-5366
Saigon Trading
15151 Weststate St, Westminster, CA 92683
(714) 898-5408
Land and Sea Distributing Inc
27635 Forbes Rd Ste R1, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
(949) 348-0540
Western Produce Group
987 N Enterprise St, Orange, CA 92867
(714) 633-5315
Sweet Fruit Arrangements Inc
11401 Carson St Ste J, Lakewood, CA 90715
(562) 924-1060
North South Market
32141 Alipaz St Ste E, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
(949) 496-2829
La Habra Produce Market
1220 W La Habra Blvd, La Habra, CA 90631
(562) 266-1757
North South Market
32091 Alipaz St, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
(949) 661-2971
Berry Fresh LLC
19640 S Rancho Way, Compton, CA 90220
(310) 898-1208
Produce Services of
8457 Eastern Ave, Bell Gardens, CA 90201
(562) 806-0317
Quality 1st Produce
6416 Flotilla St, Los Angeles, CA 90040
(323) 721-8888
Wf Produce Trading
2325 Lee Ave, South El Monte, CA 91733
(626) 453-0195
Global Farms
633 S Mission Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90023
(323) 415-6000
JM Produce
2640 E Washington Blvd Ste 10, Los Angeles, CA 90023
(323) 588-7503
New Farm Fresh Produce
8518 Valley Blvd, Rosemead, CA 91770
(626) 573-1155


Produce brokers buy and sell bulk quantities of produce, from fresh vegetables and fruits to organic and all natural products. Effectively, they act as intermediaries between buyer and seller. Produce usually refers to farm fresh foods like fruits and vegetables, which can be sold at farmers' markets, farm stands, grocery stores, green grocers, and restaurants. Produce can include organic foods, veggies, fresh cut herbs, seasonal fruits and vegetables, and all natural goods. Usually you can find a pretty good local variety of produce supply in your grocery stores, from apples and oranges, to blueberries and strawberries, to carrots and lettuce. So how does the produce get to your local grocer? Some of it is from local farms, but much of it comes from wholesalers and distributors, usually negotiated by produce brokers. Grocery stores may choose to contract with produce brokers to be sure they are getting the best deal on produce for their customers. Brokers work to find the lowest discount prices for the best quality foods, acting as a produce specialist in the industry. Grocery stores can benefit by getting low market prices, on anything from in-season fruits, to organics, to all natural goods. Brokers, in turn, charge a commission price for their services. Brokers may organize shipping and transport as well. Go online to find out about what produce brokers offer, typical commissions and cost, food vendors and systems in your area, and produce in your region for sale at a discount such as fruits, vegetables, fresh organic goods, and natural products. Check out fresh fruits and veggies that are in season, such as fall harvest apples and pumpkins.
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