Native Harvest offers complete supply chain management, logistics & private labels

Native Harvest offers the most complete supply chain management service in the industry.

From domestic sourcing in our own backyard here in California, to global networks, we work only with trusted suppliers to source the highest quality food ingredients.

From farm to market we handle logistics, quality control and co-packing to meet the needs of our clients.

Our operations are headquartered Los Angeles, California with another operation in Kansas City, Kansas for packing and regional distribution. From rail to bulk tanker, flexitanks, totes and all retail sizing in between, Native Harvest is a full service break bulk and packaging facility. We offer private label ingredients to well known retail and foodservice clients who trust us to develop their brand.

We offer onsite lab testing, R&D and design assistance to work with our customers as a valued extension of their team.

Let us know how we can help you make the shift to organic and non-GMO ingredients. We have an experienced team who is ready to help.

Native Harvest specializes in packaging a wide variety of bulk ingredients for Food Service and Retail. Whether oils, specialty blending or dry ingredients, we pride ourselves on being a nimble, responsive company that can meet the needs of our clients.


Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified Oils

Expeller Pressed Canola Oil
Expeller Pressed Sunflower Oil
Olive Canola Blends
Premium Refined Peanut Oil
Soy Bean Oil
Rice Bran Oil
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Refined Olive Oil
Refined Avocado Oil
Extra Virgin Avocado Oil
Extra Virgin Sesame Oil
Toasted Sesame Oil
Shelf Stable Clarified Butter

Tropical Oils

Organic Virgin Coconut Oil
Organic Refined Coconut Oil
MCT Coconut Oil
Palm Oil/Shortening
Red Palm

Dry Ingredients Non-GMO & Organic Gluten Free Alternatives


Specialty Vinegar

Apple Cider w/Mother
Wine Vinegar
Distilled Vinegar

We pack in food service and retail sizes for most of our products. Just let us know what you are looking for.

I had a meeting this week with a foods manufacture in Los Angeles who makes frozen entrees for some well known national retailers. The buyer is a veteran to the food industry and made it clear he was not sold on the whole nonGMO movement. I listened to his objections and towards the end of our meeting I asked him a question.

What do your customers think about nonGMO?

His answer was, many of his customers are long time friends and feel the same way. He said his current customers don’t ask him about it, but recently one of his biggest prospects contacted him to see if he had a nonGMO option in his best selling product line.

I assume this is why we got the meeting. So I asked, do any of your competitors offer a product like this in a nonGMO alternative? Yes they do. No offense Mr. Buyer but what happens when your long time friends at XYZ stores get asked by their bosses for nonGMO alternatives? Do they pick up the phone and call you or do they call your competitor that has let them know they have options?

At the end of the day it is not about what you and I think about GMO’s, it is a consumer driven campaign. Over just the last 5 years the natural foods industry has outpaced conventional food sales by double digits in percentage of growth. With an estimated 54 billion in sales in 2014 this segment appears to be telling us even if it is slightly more expensive consumers also want the choice.