Cascadian Farm was founded by Gene Kahn, who wanted to create a way of farming that could benefit the land as much as it benefited the people who enjoyed his food. More than forty years later, Cascadian Farm has grown beyond its original location in the Skagit Valley, WA, although they continue to grow delicious fresh fruits and veggies on that land, selling them at roadside stands. Pioneering the field of organic farming, Cascadian Farms has always been committed to helping other farmers transition from conventional to organic growing. They have helped to create over 250,000 acres of organic farmland.
As part of General Mills, Cascadian Farms is able to bring their values and commitments to a wider audience. They're currently partnering with the USDA to help farmers across the U.S. plant more than 100,000 acres of pollinator habitat, from flowering hedgerows to native flower field edges. Since 1972, Cascadian Farms has been leading by example: dedicated to organic and non-GMO farming, supporting pollinators, and supporting other farmers. Great for your family, and great for the earth.