Oxnard-based probiotic drink manufacturer KeVita is expected to close on a new 50,000-square-foot bottling facility near its current home base at 2220 Celsius Ave.
Producers of organic and natural foods in the Tri-Counties are seeing robust consumer demand despite higher production and retail costs for some of their products, a panel of speakers said at a breakfast meeting Wednesday. The event was hosted by the Association for Corporate Growth at the Westlake Village Inn. Scott Deardorff, fourth-generation owner and Read More →
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One of the things that got Ojai winemaker Bill Moses interested in producing a new kind of probiotic, digestion-healthy beverage was watching in frustration how much his three boys liked sweet soft drinks.