Bolthouse Farms

Bolthouse Farms Logo


Bolthouse Farms, founded 1915 in Grant, Michigan, is a vertically integrated farm company specializing in refrigerated beverages, salad dressings, and baby carrots. It is located in the San Joaquin Valley of California and is headquartered in Bakersfield, California in Kern County.

Bolthouse Farms was bought by the Campbell Soup Company for US$1.55 billion in 2012. And was sold again in June 2019 to a Beverly Hills based private equity firm, Butterfly Equity, for $510 million.

At Bolthouse Farms, we believe in making better choices about how our food is grown. We use compost to amend the soil on a regular basis, to replenish organic matter and nurture the roots. Our process is designed to make use of the whole carrot. From tip to greens, we make sure each inch of the carrot reaches its full potential. Carrots are juiced into fresh beverages, cut and peeled into baby carrots or shaped into Chips and Matchstix. Even the leftover carrot tops are used as fertilizer in the fields.