Oppy extends partnership with Perpetual Vegetable Co.

Oppy extends partnership with Perpetual Vegetable Co.

The Oppenheimer Group is extending a partnership with greenhouse grower Randhawa Farms, which has the Perpetual Vegetable Co. brand.

Oppy and Randhawa Farms, both based in British Columbia, have had a partnership for seven years, according to a news release from Oppy.

Randhawa specializes in peppers and long English cucumbers at its Abbotsford facility, which has more than 76 acres of production. A recent expansion added about 22,000 square feet of cold storage with a capacity of 660 pallets and two value-added lines.

“We are excited to continue our work with Randhawa Farms and their flourishing Perpetual Vegetable Co. brand which has already made waves in the industry,” Jason Fung, Oppy’s vice president of categories, berries and greenhouse, said in the release. “Oppy understands and appreciates the strength of strategic partnerships as a way of ensuring we always deliver the best possible experience to our customers in our well-rounded greenhouse category and beyond.”

The Perpetual Vegetable label launched in 2019, with an emphasis on conservation and sustainability and the tagline “Life Grows On.”

“Working with Oppy allows us to focus on our key strengths while utilizing their unique competitive advantages and many specialties,” Vijay Randhawa, business director, said in the release. “The key to continued success is working with partners that can not only help you grow, but also grow with you, which allows for a long-term and impactful development.”

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