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Dolphin Sea Vegetable Company:: Hand harvested seaweeds from Irish waters and a red algae supplement.

Mendocino Sea Vegetable Company:: Wildcrafted dulce, nori, kombu, wakame, and sea palm fronds, bath products, organic green tea, and books. Includes a photo tour of the tea garden, seaweed recipes, and links.

Vegetable Growers Supply Company:: Provider of Quality Agricultural Supplies. Vegetable Growers Supply Company was founded in 1948 as a supplier for area growers with packaging materials, including corrugated containers, wood crates and flexible film packaging. The company maintains operations in eight areas - Salinas, Greenfield, El Centro, Huron, Oxnard, Santa Maria California and Yuma Arizona. We proudly serve the needs of the farming community and currently sell more than 150

Ocean Harvest Sea Vegetable Company:: Ocean Harvest Sea Vegetable Company was born in 1985 from one person's vision. Today we sell a ton of dried sea vegetables a year; all harvested by hand in an ecologically sound and sustainable way. Part of a small vibrant cottage industry located in Northern California, along the Mendocino coast, we pride ourselves on the quality of our sea vegetables. We are happy to provide Ocean Harvest Sea Vegetables to you because we regard sea vegetable

Rivers Vegetable Oil Company Limited:: Manufacturer of crude palm kernel oil.

Patterson Fruit Farm:: Fresh fruit, gift baskets, produce and family fun.

Patterson Farms Maple Products:: Maple syrup in a variety of containers, cream, candy, sugar and gift baskets.

Veritable Vegetable:: Provides company information and history, mission statement, and job opportunities. Based in San Francisco, California.

The Vegetable Cart:: Breeder of purebred Katahdin Hair Sheep. Also, fresh produce and hand-made soap for sale. Located in Elgin, TX, USA.

Yam (vegetable):: Yam is the common name for some species in the genus Dioscorea (family Dioscoreaceae). These are perennial herbaceous vines cultivated for the consumption of their starchy tubers in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Oceania. There are many cultivars of yam.

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