Devine Organics has its roots in Double D Farms, a conventional produce company which began as an almond grower in 1986. In the mid-1990s, Double D Farms started growing organics, reflecting the burgeoning interest of owners Don and Elvia Devine in producing organic products. Devine Organics was the natural result of this focus, and today the Devine Organics division of the company represents all of their organic commodities. With nearly 75 percent of the business now focused on organics, the new company identity reflects this shift. Today, Double D Farms is the brand representing their conventional produce. Whether conventionally or organically grown, you can trust that the highest standards for quality and safety are met to bring your family the freshest produce available.
Devine Organics today utilizes growing regions in both the United States and in Mexico. Devine Organics is CCOF-certified, and also voluntarily uses Primus Labs Testing to regulate the quality and safety of their products. In fact, all Devine Organics produce grown in Mexico actually exceeds the food safety standards required in the United States.
We are the grower, packer and shipper, ensuring there is never a break in quality and the finest produce is delivered every time. All produce is harvested and hand packed on-site at our cooling facilities and overseen by our Quality Assurance team. It is our commitment to you to guarantee the freshest and highest quality produce possible is delivered.
YUM - a definite favourite around here. This is a mixed sized bunch of asparagus!</br> </br> Asparagus is low in calories and is very low in sodium. It is a good source of vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium and zinc, and a very good source of dietary fibre, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, thiamin, riboflavin, rutin, niacin, folic acid, iron, phosphorus, potassium, copper, manganese and selenium, as well as chromium, a trace mineral that enhances the ability of insulin to transport glucose from the bloodstream into cells. The amino acid asparagine gets its name from asparagus, as the asparagus plant is relatively rich in this compound.