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Harvesting Carrots and more with Bolthouse Farms

July 23, 2019

This post is sponsored by Bolthouse Farms and SHE Media.

I recently spent a few days in California and headed to the Bolthouse Farms location in Bakersfield. They have been farming since 1915, with over 100 years of experience in growing carrots. They are known well for their smoothies, juice blends, protein shakes and 100% carrot juice.

Bolthouse Farms believes making one better choice each day is something that we can all do. They have promised to use fewer ingredients that people don’t want, and more of the ones that they do. Many of the products from Bolthouse Farms have no artificial flavors and no artificial preservatives.

While visiting the farm we were able to ride the harvester and see the process of how they harvest the carrots to bring back to the plant. One of my favorite parts of the day was having one of the guys from the farm help me dig up my own carrots! This was actually the first time in my life that I had pulled a carrot from the ground, cleaned it a little and ate it!

We were able to sit down and be a taste tester for the carrot juice to give them our exact thoughts about the carrot juice. The juice was so flavorful, and smooth! It’s everything that they have learned about growing sweet, flavorful carrots, with antioxidant Vitamin A. The delicious essence of Bolthouse Farms® carrots in a bottle.

The carrot juice was a perfect balance of taste and nutrition. With no added sugar, no artificial colors or flavors… it made for the perfect drink. With 3 ¾ servings of fruit per 15.2oz bottle, you can’t go wrong with all of that vitamin C. No wonder why it is American Heart Health Certified.

The simplicity of the farm to the factory spoke volumes. Speaking with everyone at Bolthouse Farms, you can tell they are all highly knowledgeable and passionate about what they do. I felt like a scientist walking around the plant with everyone!

Have you tried Bolthouse Farms carrot juice yet? What are your thoughts? If not, what is your favorite Bolthouse Farms product? Comment below, I would love to know!



  • Reply
    Tabitha Black
    July 26, 2019 at 10:45 am

    Visiting farms and where our food is produced is a lot of fun and usually has beautiful views! I’ve been to the Bolthouse Farm in Prosser, WA before and it was very interesting to see.

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