San Francisco, CA—GrubMarket announced its acquisition of Organic Harvest Network, a provider of organic produce, according to a press release. GrubMarket will provide Organic Harvest Network with additional technological expertise and a vast existing customer base across the West Coast. GrubMarket also plans to expand Organic Harvest Network’s existing produce list.
The headquarters for Organic Harvest Network will remain in Northern California, and the company will continue to be led by Founder Giuseppe Salvato and business partner Peter Oszaczky.
“GrubMarket recognizes the corporate values and history of Organic Harvest Network,” said Salvato in a press release, “and they respect our focus on maintaining the exceptional quality and integrity of all of the organic farms we work with. We sincerely look forward to working with the GrubMarket Team to provide even more sales opportunities and technological capabilities for our farms.”
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“Organic Harvest Network is a symbolic brand in the organic produce world,” added Mike Xu, CEO of GrubMarket. “We have always been impressed with their deep connections to some of the finest organic farms in the country, along with their corporate integrity and sales transparency. They are an incredibly valued partner to farmers, and they sell some of the most exceptional, organic produce directly from farms to many of the largest national grocery chains. We love what they are doing, and we look forward to propelling their growth through additional farm partnerships and even more sales channels.”
GrubMarket sets out to make organic food available to individuals, wholesalers and restaurants through online commerce.