How We make Love Beets
From Farm to Fork
Carefully select the farm and growers and work directly with them to ensure the highest quality of beets.
PLANTED WITH LOVE
Plant and grow the beets.
TIME TO HARVEST THE
BEETS – YAY!
Harvest the beets.
ALL SIZES WELCOME
We wash and sort the beets into specific sizes, allowing us to use each size range for various products. We believe in whole crop utilization.
The beets are brought to our factory in Rochester, NY.
THE HARD WORK
We then peel and cook the beets. We do the work so you don’t have to!
THE SEND OFF
Package and send out so everyone can enjoy their favorite Love Beets products!
Love Beets Production
LB Production Employs over 125 people!
Meet the Production Leadership Team
Huge NHRA fan.
There are more animals than people living in my house! I love bow making and other crafts!
I like to customize vehicles. Years ago I disassembled my truck completely, then rebuilt it from the frame up, turning it into a show truck that has won many 1st place awards.
I’m a certified Holistic Health Coach
Director of Operations
A keen downhill skier with a fastest check point of 74 mph.
Supply Chain Manager
I can do the wave with my eyebrows.
I’ve recently become an ordained minister. I officiated my first wedding in December and would love to do more!
Big sports fan/NFL,MLB, EPL.
CEO Managing Director
Collects classic cars, cigar connoisseur, former spy.
Transportation Logistics Manager
Love Beets Production official “lunch mom”.
Play guitar in a local band, have extensive comic collection, as well as CD’s and albums
Director of Production
Avid lifelong New York Yankee fan.
I have lived and worked in the following countries, before coming to Love Beets…Scotland, England, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA (also been to 43 of the 50 states), Spain)).
I am 1 of 16 children in my family.
New Production Technologist
I will try any type of food at least one time.
Live in NY but a LA Ram fan all my life.
I did bull riding in Montana.
I saw snow for the first time in 2015 when I moved to America from the Phillippines.
I was on one of the last flights to fly into the old Hong Kong airport, Kai Tak, in July 1998 on a flight home to Xiamen, China where I lived for three years.
When I have free time from work and family, I enjoy brewing my own craft beer and then drinking it!
Supply Chain Coordinator
I have no sense of taste or smell.
I once did 3 triathlons in one day for fun and have been in the Guinness Book of Records twice.