About the CTGA
The California Tomato Growers Association (CTGA) was formed in 1947 as a service association for growers of processing tomatoes. Its primary functions were to recruit field labor for tomato growers, set price rates for workers and hire attorneys to advise growers on the Bracero farm worker program. Today, the CTGA is involved in every phase of the state's processing tomato industry, from establishing a fair price to involvement with international trade, and assisting growers with all aspects of their production and marketing.
The CTGA is an association of California processing tomato growers that provides economic, public policy and business leadership for the benefit of growers and the industry. The Association represents grower interests through services to its members including bargaining, communications and advocacy to ensure the stability, viability and prosperity of the industry.
Harvesting Processed Tomatoes
CTGA Board of Directors
Bruce Rominger, Chairman of the Board 530-308-0101
Bret Ferguson, Past Chairman, 559-469-6808
Aaron Barcellos, First Vice Chairman 209-826-2636
Mike Montna, President/CEO 916-335-0677
Board of Directors
Darrin Williams, Arbuckle 530-682-8422