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Jeff Huckaby Joins USDA Secretary Perdue at NYSE

NEW YORK, NY, March 20, 2019—Grimmway Farms President Jeff Huckaby joined United States Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue yesterday to ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

The New York Stock Exchange welcomed Secretary Perdue, other agriculture executives, and his guests to profile the future of agriculture in America. Also joining the group were two young members of the New York Future Farmers of America.

“It was a pleasure to join Secretary Perdue and others as he rang the bell yesterday morning,” said Huckaby. “I was honored to take part in this long-standing tradition and pleased to see the NYSE take the time to highlight the importance of agriculture in our nation.”

A link to the video from the bell ringing can be found here.

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About Grimmway Farms

Family-owned and headquartered in Bakersfield, California, Grimmway Farms traces its roots to a produce stand opened by the Grimm brothers in the early 1960s. Grimmway is a global produce leader and the world’s largest producer of carrots. Grimmway supplies more than 65 organic, USA-grown crops and brands include Cal-Organic Farms and Bunny-Luv. Grimmway is committed to caring for customers and employees, honoring sustainable practices and preserving natural resources for future generations. For more information, explore our website or call (800) 301-3101.

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