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Boskovich Farms Inc.
711 Diaz Ave
Over the years, Boskovich Farms has built a reputation based on quality, integrity and our ability to deliver the finest produce in North America. From planting through shipping, we monitor and oversee every one of our products and perform the job in-hous...
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By the 1940s, two of Stephens sons, John and George
returned from WWII and began working for their other brother Phillip who had been growing green onions and carrots on seven acres of land.
Eventually, the three brothers formed Boskovich Brothers Produce Growers.
In the 1960s, the Boskovich brothers moved their farming operation to Newhall/Saugus, Calif., growing green onions exclusively on a 145 acre ranch.
By the 1970's, three of Stephen's grandsons: George, Jr., Phillip, Jr. and Joe, joined the family business, became partners, and formed Boskovich Farms, Inc.
Boskovich Farms - Food Safety
George Boskovich, CEO of Boskovich Farms commented "Peter's longtime experience growing and selling organic produce is a perfect fit for Boskovich Farms as we continue to develop our organic lineup.
John, along with his brothers Phil and George
, helped found Boskovich Brothers Farms, which later became Boskovich Farms.
George Boskovich, Chief Executive Officer of Boskovich Farms, Inc., says "Dave is recognized and well respected in our industry.
George Boskovich, CEO of ...
George Boskovich, CEO of Boskovich Farms Inc. in Oxnard, said his family business was the state's first commercial grower and marketer of cilantro when it began experimenting with planting coriander, another name for cilantro, in the 1970s.
The business now grows cilantro on 2,000 acres.
"Our value-added cilantro pack is gaining in popularity mainly among our food service customers and will soon be offered to retail customers," Boskovich