A LEGACY OF QUALITY

With our 40+ years in fresh food processing, and a management team with over 100 years of experience, we continue to grow through our unwavering commitment to quality and customers, serving the Retail, Foodservice, and Ingredient/Manufacturing sectors.

CUSTOMER OBSESSION. INNOVATION. SERVICE.

Together, they are our recipe for success. From a warehouse basement to a state-of-the-art 100,000 SF facility, our story is one of passion and determined leadership to deliver fresh ideas and high-quality products.

2 LOCATIONS

It began with a seed.

Starting over four decades ago as a two-person operation growing and selling sprouts to local grocers, we owe it all to our customers who have helped Pearson become a premier fresh food manufacturer.

200+ EMPLOYEES

Dedicated and determined.

Our passion for produce and process is shared by each of our employees.

15 PRODUCTION LINES

30+ TRUCKS & REFRIGERATED TRAILERS

14 STATE DIRECT-DISTRIBUTION CAPABILITIES

ACCREDITATIONS

& CERTIFICATIONS

Pearson Foods is committed to excellence in the food industry. Our certifications backstop our commitment to high quality products. By maintaining strong affiliations with leading trade associations and thought leaders, we stay ahead of the latest consumer trends, regulations, and emerging opportunities.

Food safety is not just a program, it is our culture.

SUSTAINABILITY

We recognize  that sustainability practices provide benefits to both our organization and our customers.

Zero Waste

Our produce byproduct goes directly to local farms, leading to healthy, happy plants (and animals!) via a zero-waste feedback loop.

Clean Ship

Our transportation division – Pearson Logistics – and supply chain uses clean diesel technology, sophisticated new equipment, and diagnostic and temperature monitoring to maximize efficiencies from field to table.

Recycled Materials

We proactively reduce or eliminate materials in our products and packaging, focus on recyclability of supplier materials, and identify innovative ways to reuse and reclaim materials and byproducts.