Willamette Valley Fruit Company, Salem, Oregon, USA

Willamette Valley Fruit Company, Salem, Oregon, USA

About Willamette Valley Fruit Company

IQF frozen fruit. Willamette Valley Fruit Company was started in 1999 by the Gerald Roth family, who has been growing berries locally in Salem for three generations. What began in 1999 as a small cannery-style operation in a backyard warehouse has quickly turned into WVFC being one of the Northwest’s leading processors of high-quality berry products. Each summer we process, on average, 20 million pounds of fruit. We produce strawberries, raspberries, boysenberries, blueberries, a large variety of blackberries, cranberries and the local favorite, Marionberries.

Though the majority of our fruit is flash-frozen (IQF), we also make purees, straight-pack products and drum stock. These products are generally sold on the commodity market to domestic and foreign users who will combine berries with other ingredients to manufacture food products of their own. We also offer custom pack and pack to order services.

In May 2013, Inventure Foods, Inc. purchased Willamette Valley Fruit Company.

Willamette Valley Fruit Company Frozen Products

• IQF Frozen Fruit (Black Diamond Blackberry, Black Raspberry, Blackberry, Blueberry, Boysenberry, Chester Blackberry, Evergreen Blackberry, Kotata Blackberry, Loganberry, Marion Blackberry, Red Raspberry, Cranberry, Strawberry, Marionberry)
• IQF Frozen Vegetables (Rhubarb)


2994 82nd Avenue NE
Salem, OR 97305
United States

Telephone: +1 503 586 2200
Fax: +1 503 485 0495

Website: www.wvfco.com