SOURCE: Organic Alliance, Inc.

Organic Alliance, Inc.

June 10, 2010 09:00 ET

Organic Alliance Signs New Customer Contract

Begins Shipping Mexican Limes

SALINAS, CA--(Marketwire - June 10, 2010) -  Organic Alliance, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ORGC), an emerging grower and shipper of certified organic, fair trade and conventional fresh foods in the global marketplace, announced today that it has signed a four month renewable contract with Family Tree Produce Inc. of Anaheim, California. The contract calls for the company to supply Family Tree Produce, a southern California produce distributor with a significant market presence, with organic and conventional limes from Mexico to their Los Angeles, Ca. distribution center. Shipments are beginning immediately.

"We are excited about working with David Figueroa and his procurement team at Family Tree Produce on this significant new project. At the same time, we will be working on expanding the products we supply to them as we continue to meet their ever increasing supply needs," stated Parker Booth, President and CEO.

About Organic Alliance, Inc.
Organic Alliance, Inc. brings together a unique alliance of respected growers, packers and shippers from around the world in order to source, market and distribute best-quality certified-organic and conventional food products that are fairly traded and fairly priced. Crops are grown, packed and shipped under Organic Alliance supervision using advanced quality, food safety and sustainable agriculture practices. The company's product offerings range from organic and conventional fresh fruit and vegetables to organic-only dried nuts and fruits like California organic raisins and organic pumpkin seeds. To find out more about Organic Alliance products, contact the company at 831-240-0295 or visit www.organicallianceinc.com.

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