Succeeding together

At Amy’s, we’re proud not only of what we’ve accomplished together, but what we’ve contributed to the lives of our employees and their families. We want to inspire people to care as much about organic food and sustainability as we do so we can lay the foundation for the wellbeing and happiness of future generations. To do so, we are continuing to build a thriving workplace where each employee is invited to learn, develop and work together to make our food and the world better.

Most Amy’s production employees in Santa Rosa, for example, generally earn from $40,000 to more than $75,000 on a full-time basis, before overtime and based on their roles and experience. This is in addition to our generous benefits package that is designed to keep our employees and their families physically, emotionally and financially healthy. That’s why we built on-site Family Health Centers at our Santa Rosa, Medford and Pocatello plants to make it as easy as possible for our employees to access affordable healthcare.

Other benefits include retirement savings plans, paid time off, tuition reimbursement, scholarships and discounts on Amy’s products.

“Amy’s ❤️ Is A Very Safe And Great Place. Thanks for Everything.”

Marycela – Amy’s employee on Facebook

What to know: By the numbers

2700 Employees

Contributing to our family-inspired culture

150 supervisors and managers

have worked their way up from hourly positions


The average tenure of our loyal Amy’s employees


In our Santa Rosa facility, most employees – 56% – have been with Amy’s 10 years or more

1,355 college scholarships

awarded to employees’ children since 2002 to pursue their dreams

“we hear you”

Since Amy’s early days, company founders Andy and Rachel Berliner routinely have held “Listening Sessions” with small groups of employees across the company to answer questions, share insights and talk through issues. They cherished the opportunity to visit and talk together, just like any family might.

The rise of the pandemic, however, forced us to temporarily suspend such gatherings for everyone’s wellbeing. Our eagerness to restart the sessions was delayed by the Delta wave, then the Omicron wave – but with vaccination rates rising and COVID cases beginning to decline, we restarted our Listening Sessions in early 2022, still with various safeguards. These always have been and will continue to be popular opportunities for employees to chat openly about any range of topics.

    “Amy’s invested in me”

    Noe Mojica was a refugee from El Salvador more than 20 years ago and rose through the ranks to now be plant manager of Amy’s Santa Rosa facility. 

    “I moved to the United States in 2001 as a refugee, leaving my home country of El Salvador. When I moved here, I didn’t know the language or culture, and didn’t know how I would support my family. Amy’s gave me a chance. I was hired onto a packaging line, and I met our owner, Andy, who always made me feel at home and cared for.”

    Read Noe’s full story here.

    Featured question

    How is the pace of production work determined at Amy’s?

    Amy’s currently creates about 200 products in our kitchens, ranging from soups to burritos to bowls to pizzas, and more. Individual production line speeds are based on many factors such as the product being prepared, the equipment required, the number of employees available that day, and safety factors for the work involved. The maximum line speeds are not allowed to be exceeded.

    We’re Listening

    Anyone can submit a question for consideration, and answers to common questions will be updated frequently. Click on the form below.