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Friesland, Wisconsin, September 1, 2016 — Alsum Farms & Produce Inc.

Markesan, Wisconsin, June 28, 2016— Alsum Farms & Produce grower partner, Trembling Prairie Farms Inc. will be harvesting new crop Wisconsin Celery in July with the season expected to go through the first week of October.

Friesland, Wisconsin, February 26, 2016—Alsum Farms & Produce Inc. is donating 40,000 pounds of potatoes to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan to help residents in Flint, Mich., impacted by the water contamination crisis.

Friesland, Wisconsin, October 19, 2015—Alsum Farms & Produce Inc. has been named a finalist in the PMA Impact Award Excellence in Packaging for their innovation with Fast & Fresh! 12 oz. Microwave-Ready Potatoes with Olive oil and Seasoning product line.

Friesland, Wisconsin, October 15, 2015— Alsum Farms & Produce Team member Gary Stevens will ride from Hickory, N.C. to Atlanta, Ga. on behalf of one Wisconsin School District to raise funds to place salad bars in area schools.

Friesland, Wisconsin, October 14, 2015—Alsum Farms & Produce Inc. will introduce Fast & Fresh! 12 oz. Microwave-Ready Potatoes with Olive oil and Seasoning at the PMA Fresh Summit on October 23 - 25, 2015 in Atlanta.

Friesland, Wisconsin, September 15, 2015—Alsum Farms & Produce Inc. will introduce 12 oz. Microwave-Ready Russet Potatoes at the Southeast Produce Council's (SEPC) Southern Innovations Symposium Bright Ideas Platform September 17 - 19, 2015.

Friesland, Wisconsin, September 7, 2016 — Alsum Farms & Produce, Inc., is partnering with the Green Bay Packers to invite fans to enter for a chance to win Free Potatoes for a Year.

Friesland, Wisconsin, June 24, 2015 — Alsum Farms & Produce, Inc., hosted forty agriculture leaders during the annual meeting of the Midwestern Association of State Departments of Agriculture (MASDA) on June 23.

Alsum Farms & Produce Partners with Green Valley to provide jobs and enrich lives. 

By: Bobbye Pyke, Beaver Dam Daily Citizen

Green Valley Enterprises was created more than 40 years ago when a group of parents decided it was time for their children to earn a pay check, just like their non-disabled peers.