Apio Inc.

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Employer Summary

Apio at a Glance

In operation for over 25 years, Apio has become a major power in distribution, marketing, and sales of produce. Our product line is diverse and expanding, and we operate in many geographic locations. Apio’s export partner, Cal Ex, services markets worldwide to destinations such as Hong Kong, Japan, the Pacific Rim, and Europe.

About our Company

Since 1979, Apio, Inc. has provided its customers with superior quality vegetables and a consistent year round supply. From field to fork, we take pride in our extensive selection of fresh produce items, through food safety programs and strong customer service.

From our extensive internal and regional sales presence, to our national broker network, Apio offers unparalleled customer care at all levels.

Offering two of the strongest brands in fresh-cut vegetables, Apio continues to grow as a supplier of high quality, innovative and on-trend produce solutions. The GreenLine® brand leads sales of fresh-cut green beans within the United States and Eat Smart® is the leader in fresh-cut branded bag and tray sales.

Home to BreatheWay® modified atmosphere technology; Apio provides innovative packaging solutions to maintain the natural shelf life of fresh fruits and vegetables.

Apio, Inc., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Landec Corporation, which designs, develops manufactures and sells temperature-activated and other specialty polymer products for a variety of applications. Apio’s fresh cut leadership combined with Landec’s proprietary technology positions us as a pioneer in the industry.

Since our beginning as a small broccoli exporter in 1995, Cal-Ex has evolved into a competitive global export company offering a wide range of the finest quality produce commodities.

Our Culture

We're proud of our talented workforce and we think the following values create a fantastic work environment for our employees:

  • Quality
  • Teamwork
  • Diversity
  • High standards and ethics
  • Open communication
  • Flexible Hours

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