Featured Vendors

Bow Hill Organic Pickled Heirloom Blueberries

Established in 1947, Bow Hill Blueberries is the site of the oldest family-run blueberry farm in Skagit Valley. Since taking over in 2011, the Soltes family has focused on rejuvenating the soil and transitioning these historic fields to Certified Organic.  Bow Hill Pickled Heirloom Blueberries is a winner of the 2017 Good Food Award for exceptional farming and manufacturing practices!

Quickles Pickling Brine

It's Quickles!  These adorable little buggers are a simple 2-step homemade pickling option!  Created in Seattle by the two-some who created Mustard & Co, Quickles come in 3 different flavors and the only thing you have to do to make your own pickled veggies is combine veg and Quickles into a jar and place in your refrigerator!

Stopsky's Brandied Cherries

Stopsky's Pickles & Preserves makes a variety of great products, but one of our favorites has to be the Brandied Cherries.  They start with fresh local cherries and add the perfect amount of cinnamon spice and Brandy. These cherries are truly one of a kind, and are amazing baked into your favorite brownie recipe, served over ice cream, or as the ultimate finish to your Manhattan Cocktail.

Rudy's Pepperblends

Rudy has put together 2 blends of locally grown chili peppers and pepper mixes to satify any 'heat lover'.  The Tri-Cities Blend is a spicy dry mix blend, a good accent to whatever you're cooking and the Gourmet Dry Salsa Mix will spice up multiple dishes including fish, chicken, crushed pineapple or just good old tomatoes!  Both are good for 'hot lovers'!

MM PacificNW Organic Pickled Beets

MM PacificNW is the regional chapter of MM Local Foods.  MM Local's mission is simple - making it easier for all of us to eat local food, all year round.  All of MM PacificNW products are sourced from single origin organic small farms in the Pacific Northwest.  That means easier distribution for farmers and garaunteed locally sourced foods for customers!