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Our Story


The Andrew and Williamson families found the Company and begin growing tomatoes in Baja, Mexico.


We begin growing winter strawberries in Baja, Mexico.


A&W introduces vine ripened Roma tomatoes which quickly become a big hit.


We complete our first reverse osmosis water system to improve the quality and availability of irrigation water.


A&W establishes a strategic relationship with a leading developer of high flavor strawberry varieties.


To deliver fresh produce on a year-round basis, we expand to Western Mexico.


In partnership with a major restaurant company, we pioneer a comprehensive food safety and quality control program on all farms.

A&W begins growing in shadehouse structures, which significantly improves product quality and reduces the environmental footprint.


A&W merges with Sundance Berry Farms, a leading California strawberry producer, giving the company a year-round strawberry program.

A&W launches our first farm-to-store program, significantly improving freshness and quality and reducing supply chain costs.


Using a state-of-the-art facility, we begin grafting our own tomatoes plants, allowing us to improve yields and quality.


We begin travelling the world searching for the best tasting tomato varieties and establish relationships with outstanding seed producers.


A&W expands production to Central Mexico and Southern Baja to increase our geographical diversity.

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News Articles

On the Front Lines of Food Safety — Farmworkers Have Your Back - Food Safety News
U.S. Labor Secretary Perez Visits California Farm Certified by the Equitable Food Initiative - Yahoo Finance
Costco Works with Andrew & Williamson to Boost Organic Supply - The Packer

The Tomato Vine

Lycopene is the substance that gives tomatoes their rich red color. It is also an antioxidant that reduces the risk for prostate cancer in men and helps reduce heart disease.