Oppy senior sales representative James Galindo displays Oceanside Pole tomatoes. ( The Oppenheimer Group )

The Oppenheimer Group has begun harvest of Oceanside Pole label roma and round tomatoes, with volume expected to peak in September and October. 

The vine-ripe growing method used at the farm, Oceanside, Calif., has a strong following, according to the release.

“There are many retailers that can get their tomatoes elsewhere but choose Oceanside Pole for their incomparable brix, robust flavor, and clean slicing texture achieved through this unique growing method,” senior sales representative James Galindo said in the release.

“Not only is their quality truly one-of-a-kind, but we can also ship specific color and size requirements to suit varying customer needs.”

The farm is close to Camp Pendleton, a Marine Corps base. The tomato grower has hired many military veterans over the years. 

Oceanside Pole packs in 22-pound two-layer and 25-pound volume fill boxes, and 15-pound single-layers and reusable plastic containers.


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