Capay Organic and Creekside Organics Announce Merger
CAPAY, CA - Uniting to form a new force in the produce industry, Capay Organic and Creekside Organics have recently announced a merger, integrating their unique strengths into one single organization. Combining decades of organic farming, sales, and marketing expertise under one roof, the fortified organization will operate under the leadership of Creekside Organics Chief Executive Officer Brenda Haught.
Following the merger, Capay Organic will continue to grow its lineup of fresh produce packed into the Capay Organic label, according to a press release, while the sales and marketing of these products will be handled exclusively by Creekside Organics. To ensure a smooth transition for both companies’ customers, the Capay sales individuals that previously sold these items will be added to the Creekside Organics team.
“We expect this merger to enhance the ability of Capay Organic to continue to produce premium organic fruits and vegetables and use its farming expertise to enhance operations at Creekside Organics,” the company stated in a recent press release. “Creekside Organics is excited for the future and looks forward to improving the already excellent service and selection it provides its organic growers and customers and to welcome into our family the employees and customers that have supported Capay Organic in their growth and successes.”
Creekside Organics is a sales and marketing company specializing in organic fruits and vegetables. The company will continue to market and sell the existing organic produce and labels it has offered to the industry for the past 10 years, in addition to the Capay Organic product lineup. This merger positions Creekside Organics to expand its offerings, reaching new and current customers and markets with added product offerings and expanded growing regions.
Both companies will operate under the values of Creekside Organics, which include stewardship, commitment, integrity, connection, character, and family.
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