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This resource was built in partnership with WSDA Farm to School and Food Assistance programs with school foodservice providers at top of mind, as well as hunger relief organizations looking to procure Washington State food products. Our goal is to provide greater connectivity between buyers and producers of local food in our state at all scales. We are working hard to reach more producers daily to add their products and details.


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Learn more about our Diversity and Certifications & Practices Indicators.

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Certifications & Practices

Food Safety Practices & Licenses

Farm to School & Hunger Relief

Selling Season

21 Acres Farm

Woodinville, WA

Wholesale selling season is May-December

Sustainability and Diversity Indicators
  • Certified Organic

    A third-party certification identifying products free of chemical pesticides & fertilizers, hormones and preventative antibiotics.

  • Salmon Safe Certified

    Third-party certification indicates farms with agricultural practices that protect water quality, salmon habitat, and native biodiversity.

Selling Season

Year Round

3 Sisters Family Farm

Oak Harbor, WA

Sustainability and Diversity Indicators
  • Woman Owned

    Owned & operated by a woman

Selling Season

Year Round

3 Sisters Market

Coupeville, WA

Selling Season

Year Round

509 Microgreens

Rosalia, WA

Sustainability and Diversity Indicators
  • Woman Owned

    Owned & operated by a woman

  • Disability Owned

    Physical and/or mental impairment that substantially challenges major life activities

Selling Season

January - November

Abeja

Walla Walla, WA

Selling Season

Year Round

ACME Valley Ice Cream

Bellingham, WA

Sustainability and Diversity Indicators
  • Eat Local First Member

    These businesses are committed to sourcing more of their food from local farms and food producers.

Selling Season

Year Round

Adam’s Mushrooms

Vaughn, WA

Selling Season

Year Round

Distribution Methods

  • Direct Delivery

Aditi Chai

Mercer Island, WA

Aditi Chai is an Authentic Masala Tea prepared from concentrate that facilitates retail service of an authentic single-cup Indian chai experience. Each concentrate batch is custom blended and scaled by Chef Aditi Master for wholesale purchase and use in cafés. The masala tea is prepared in batches in a small, yet pristine, commercial kitchen just minutes from downtown Seattle. The prized chai recipe has been with Aditi’s family for generations. Comes in 64oz Jugs specially designed for barista use.

Sustainability and Diversity Indicators
  • Woman Owned

    Owned & operated by a woman

  • BIPOC Owned

    Owned & operated by Black, Indigenous or People of Color.

  • Eat Local First Member

    These businesses are committed to sourcing more of their food from local farms and food producers.

Selling Season

Year Round

Sustainability and Diversity Indicators
  • LGBTQ+ Owned

    Sexual orientations, gender expressions and gender identities, such as: lesbian, gay, bisexual, asexual, queer; transgender, non-binary, agender, and more

  • Woman Owned

    Owned & operated by a woman

Selling Season

July - October

Agrobliss Farms

Everett, WA

Sustainability and Diversity Indicators
  • Eat Local First Member

    These businesses are committed to sourcing more of their food from local farms and food producers.

  • Food Access & Nutrition Incentives

    These businesses are actively participating in one or more of the following food access and nutrition incentive programs to create a food-secure community: SNAP/EBT, Market Match, WIC, Farmers Market Nutrition, and food recovery. *Programs vary by region and market

Selling Season

June - September

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