What is “local”? For the Port Townsend Food Co-op local is defined as Jefferson, Kitsap, Island, Mason and Clallam Counties.
It’s the new “organic.” As organic farms and processors get bought up by large, sometimes multinational, corporations and grow to a scale that departs from the original intentions of the organic movement, food eaters are turning their attention to the farming operations in their own backyards. If you want to cultivate your local palate, learn about local producers in our region, get in on local food conversations, or even experiment with your own eat local challenge, check out some of the resources in this section of our website.
View our local suppliers and producers via department:
Local Produce Farmers
Local Meat and Cheese Producers
Local Bulk Suppliers
Local Foods in the Deli
Local Freezer & Cooler Producers
Local Beer & Wine
Local Wellness Suppliers
Local Sales Increase
At our November meeting, the board was very excited to learn that the Co-op’s purchases from local …continue reading
We are in the home stretch of our strategic planning process. The plan is really coming together and it is exciting to see all the work put in by everyone.
As our General Manager, Kenna, has said, the plan builds upon …continue reading
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Some of you may know that finding a good raw sheep’s milk cheese is difficult- if we are looking domestically in the U.S.. Spain has a long history of raising mountain sheep and creating beautiful cheeses, and this is where …continue reading
Taste of Port Townsend is an event sponsored by Port Townsend Food Co-op. Thursday, June 14 from 4-7:30pm you can help raise funds for P.T. Main Street Association while enjoying a sampling …continue reading
Speak out for a better 2012 Food & Farm Bill!
The House of Representatives Committee on Agriculture is at work on its version of the 2012 Food & Farm Bill right now. (The …continue reading
The Port Townsend Food Co-op joins KCPT for FREE Appetizing Literature!
PT Shorts on May 5 will be “KITCHEN: Literature You Can Taste” at the Cotton Building at 7:30pm in Port Townsend. For more info click here.
PT Shorts features short stories, …continue reading
Here at Port Townsend Food Co-op we’re lucky to have great teachers in our Co-op Classes program. One such teacher with a warm and cozy studio called F.E.A.S.T. is Sidonie Wilson. At …continue reading
Begin your garden with organic plant starts! Midori Farms, located in Port Townsend, has given you a head start on your veggies. Many …continue reading
InSeason Catering will once again be bringing the Cape Cleare Salmon Cart to the store for the enjoyment of our community. Grilled …continue reading