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When did Calavo become publicly traded?

Calavo shares were listed and began trading publicly in July 2002 over the Nasdaq National Market System under the ticker symbol CVGW.

Did the company complete an initial public offering?

No, it did not. Founded in 1924, the company operated principally as a grower-member-owned cooperative for 78 years. Its shareholder-growers voted for the conversion to full for-profit status in the fall of 2001, which laid the path for Calavo becoming publicly traded.

How can I purchase shares of Calavo common stock?

Calavo stock can be purchased by contacting a registered stock broker or through an online stock brokerage service for self-directed investors.

Whom do I contact regarding lost stock certificates or dividend checks or changes in address or title to my shares?

All questions regarding ownership of Calavo Growers, Inc. shares should be directed to the company's transfer agent, Computershare Trust Company, N.A. at 1-800-962-4284.

What is the company's fiscal-year end?

Calavo's fiscal year concludes October 31.

Does Calavo generally distribute a dividend to its shareholders?

Yes, annual dividends are generally paid during the first fiscal quarter each year.

What if I did not receive my dividend payment?

Notify Computershare Trust Company, N.A. in order to verify your ownership information, or, if your Calavo shares are held in "street name," your broker directly.

When is Calavo’s shareholders meeting?
Calavo’s most recent annual meeting of shareholders was held April 27, 2022
Who are Calavo's auditors?

Deloitte & Touche, LLP
Los Angeles, CA.

How can I contact Calavo Growers, Inc. investor relations?


Mailing address:
Calavo Growers, Inc.
1141-A Cummings Road
Santa Paula, CA 93060