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|Cerificate of Analysis (COA)|| |
ofi products are produced to meet our specification. Once you place an order, batch level COA’s are emailed to you at the time of shipment. Please note, the COA will contain all microbiological and physical & chemical analysis parameters available on the spec. Please be sure this specification will work for your application prior to purchasing.
|FSMA Notice||Product to be further processed to eliminate microbial hazards|
|Granulation||90 % MAX THRU US 0.265", 5 % MAX THRU US #12|
|E Coli||None Detected|
|Storage||Below 70F (21C) and 65% humidity|
Where are onions cultivated?
While onion varieties are grown across the world, in the United States, the top three onion producing areas are California, Idaho-Eastern Oregon and Washington. Our onions are grown in three diversified growing regions in California the Imperial Valley, San Joaquin Valley and Tulelake.
From our proprietary seed breeding to our state-of-the-art processing facilities, we have supply chain control of our operations and offer full-traceability.
History of onions
Cultivated for over 5,000 years, the exact origins of the onion are widely disputed due to the lack of physical trace evidence. When the pilgrims first arrived in North America, they brought onions with them on the Mayflower to be a garden crop, not knowing Native Americans had already been consuming onion varieties for hundreds of years, as it was grown in the wild.
Before the arrival of Europeans in America, wild onions were either consumed raw, cooked or used as a seasoning. Native Americans also used onions in syrups and as in ingredient in dye.
|Ships In||5 Business Days|
|Ships From||Merced, CA or Gilroy, CA or Firebaugh, CA|
|Box Dimensions||15"L x 16"H x 12"W|
|Pallet Dimensions||48"L x 40"W x 75"H|
|Shipping & Delivery|
Let us do the heavy lifting! We offer competitive shipping rates to the contiguous United States. Depending on your total order weight, you will have the option to select from the following shipping methods.
|Specification||PDF File Label|