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Amy’s Kitchen receives award from assemblyman

Amy’s Kitchen receives award from assemblyman

John Burgess/PD Enchiladas are prepared at Amy's Kitchen processing plant in Santa Rosa. The company, headquartered in Petaluma, received an award for sustainability from Assemblyman Jared Huffman.

Assemblymember Jared Huffman, D-San Rafael, is presenting his Sustainable North Bay Award for April to Amy’s Kitchen in recognition of its environmentally friendly business practices.

“For all of its products, Amy's uses certified organic ingredients, including vegetables, grains and fruits grown without pesticides,” Huffman said. “All dairy ingredients are free of artificial growth hormones, and do not contain animal enzymes or rennet. In addition, Amy's products do not contain genetically modified organisms or hydrogenated fats or oils.”

Amy’s Kitchen has manufacturing operations in Santa Rosa and Medford, Ore., and employs about 1,700, including 1,000 in Sonoma County.

The company is the largest North American provider of frozen organic food, turning out more than 5 million meals per month.

Huffman is scheduled to present the award to Paul Schaffer of Amy’s Kitchen on Thursday, April 30, at 4 p.m. at the company’s headquarters on Corporate Circle in Petaluma.

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