Port Townsend Food Co-op Sells Organic Meat, Poultry, Seafood & Cheese

Port Townsend Food Co-op, 414 Kearney St., Port Townsend, WA, 98368
Open Every Day 8am-9pm
Phone: (360) 385-2883

Meat and Cheese

Our Meat Department features seafood, poultry and meat free of hormones, antibiotics and nitrates. Look for local beef from Short Family Farm and Westbrook Angus in Jefferson County. Excellent selections of local seafood, including Cape Cleare Salmon, and seasonally local poultry. Seafood is wild-caught, not farmed. Pork, lamb and buffalo is free of hormones, antibiotics and nitrates.

Our Cheese Department features an assortment of cheeses from around the world as well as excellent local cheese from Mt. Townsend Creamery and seasonally from Mystery Bay Goat Farm and Whiskey Hill Goat Dairy. All the cheeses we stock are free of rBGH or rBST (Recombinant Bovine Groth Hormone or Somatotropin) and our cheese case is filled with an assortment of organic, specialty, and raw cheeses like soft-ripened goat cheese, domestic and imported blue cheese and mild to extra sharp cheddar cheese. We use PVC-free plastic wrap for all the cheeses our cheese department wrap in-house. Our cheese cutters are happy to re-cut cheese to size and are always sampling, so be sure to stop by the cheese counter for a taste.

Food Services Manager, Hadley Nye: 360-385-2831, ext. 201
E-mail this department: hadley@foodcoop.coop
To contact the Cheese Department directly, email Joshjosh@foodcoop.coop

Staff Picks and Specials:

Local Mystery Bay Chevre Wins Second Best in North America!

 

This week marks an incredible moment for Mystery Bay Farm, winner of the silver medal in the American Cheese Society’s 2012 North American Best Cheese Competition.

If you have not tasted this ultra …continue reading

Local Raw Sheep Cheese Arrives at the Co-op!

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

Four new cheeses and many more to come! La Tur, Seahive, Oregon Blue and Chocolate Stout Cheddar!

Good afternoon cheese lovers! Today has been an exciting day for the cheese department, as four new cheeses have graced the cheese case.

After trying out the Hopyard from Rogue Creamery in Central Point, Oregon, we decided to try out some …continue reading

Rogue Creamery’s HOPYARD has arrived!

Last week the cheese department received an amazing new cheese from the Rogue Creamery in Central Point, Oregon called HOPYARD! This cheese is made by pressing fresh hop blossoms into the curd …continue reading

May Cheese Sales and New Exciting Items!

Good news! May is a month for Tillamook cheese sales, deep discounts and tasty choices! When browsing your cheese department, you will see five of your favorite cheddars on sale. Sharp, medium, baby loaf, 3 year vintage and 2 year vintage …continue reading

NEW – Nash’s Organics Pork

New expanded selection of Nash’s Organics pork in the meat case. The price is nice too! Locally grown in Sequim, WA.

New Whiskey Hill Cheese

Derby One from Whiskey Hill Dairy

Try our new LOCAL cheese from Whiskey Hill Dairy. “Derby with Jalapeno” and  also without jalapeno known as “Derby One.”

Locally made derby style cheddar from Diana’s farm, …continue reading

Spotlight on Local Goat Cheese: Now available in our cheese case!

Mystery Bay Goat Farm in Nordland, Wash.
Farmers Rachael Van Laanen and Scott Brinton produce (seasonally) handcrafted small-batch goat cheese with the help of  seven milking American Alpine goats. Click on photo to read a profile of the farm. Visit their …continue reading

Take Back Your Cheese

take-back-your-cheese-web.jpgNew update: Great news! In September, 2011,  we found a great PVC-free plastic wrap and use this healthier option for all cheeses cut and wrapped in-house.

February, 2011: We’re experimenting with new packaging materials for …continue reading

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