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Califia Farms at IDDBA 2012


Welcome to Shop Talk! On this episode, Greg Steltenpohl, CEO and Founder, Califia Farms, joins DeliMarketTV, to dish on the company's well known Cuties brand. The Cuties line is made from the Clementine Tangerine grown in California. The company is a grove to glass provider; growing the fruit, packaging the fruit, and squeezing the fruit. Califia Farms also makes a whole line of kid-friendly, healthy smoothies that are a great item for parents to throw in their kids' lunch boxes as a healthy and tasty treat.


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