Growing Organic is more than lifestyle for us. It is a practice passed along to us through the generations, a way of living... A vocation if you will.
We feel deeply rooted in our philosophy, we strongly feel that healthy choices are good for the body as well as the environment.
How do you define organic?
Theojary Crisantes, who has successfully passed his family's organic farm and greenhouses on to his three sons, once defined organic practices simply as "a way of doing agriculture with common sense and with a deep understanding of the local ecosystem where you need to have a love for the earth and an ingenuity for growing, rather than abusing the earth with agrochemicals."
Theojary also said that organic farming, "is good for the people that work the land, it helps protect the health of the consumer and helps provide a future environment that is better than the one we have today."
Wholesum Family Farms started over 80 years ago when Theojary's father planted his first crop in Sinaloa. With this heritage and philosophy, the third generation of our family continues to deliver delicious organic produce to our customers today.