Bolthouse Farms

Bolthouse Farms, founded 1915 in Grant, Michigan, is a vertically integrated farm company located in California's San Joaquin Valley and headquartered in Bakersfield, California. The company still operates some facilities in Prosser, Washington, but shut down operations in Michigan in June 2010. Private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners owned Bolthouse from 2005 to 2012. Bolthouse is in the process of being bought by the Campbell Soup Company for US$1.55 Billion.

According to the business research company Hoover's, Bolthouse Farms is one of the United States' leading producers of carrots. Bolthouse is also a leading producer of super-premium refrigerated products.

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... Canadian Food Inspection Agency ordered a recall of Bolthouse Farms "100 per cent Carrot Juice" and other Bolthouse Farms products because of several cases of botulism resulting from consumption of ... that Georgia residents not purchase Bolthouse Farms carrot juice and warned consumers not to purchase Bolthouse Farms products stale-dated November 11 ... In response, Bolthouse Farms said the people may have failed to properly refrigerate the products ...

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