Port Townsend Food Co-op Harvest Highlights

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

Harvest Highlights

Juicy Chelan Apricots

Now in the store… our new crop of certified organic, tree-ripened, juicy, farmer direct, apricots ! These delicious cots are from Mike Brownfield, the first certified organic grower in Washington state. …continue reading

Organic cherries are in!

We’re excited that it’s cherry season! In addition to smaller quantities, starting tomorrow, Friday, July 13, the Produce Dept. offers cases of #2 Lapin cherries for sale to those interested in …continue reading

Lapin Cherries for 2012

Word has gotten out in our small town. Where will the PT Food Co-op get our Lapin cherries this summer?  YES… the Burgesses of Burgess Orchard in Tonasket, WA have taken their …continue reading

Stone Fruit Season and Hailstorms

As we turned the corner on Easter weekend, Spring was rolling right along in California. Sunny skies, warming temps., trees putting on green tender foliage, fruit size increasing, and all was well. THEN, the skies opened and unleashed a hail …continue reading

Midori Organic Veggie Starts!

Begin your garden with organic plant starts! Midori Farms, located in Port Townsend, has given you a head start on your veggies. Many options to choose from available at the Co-op …continue reading

Produce Buyer on WSDA advisory board

We’re proud to announce that our Produce Buyer, Brendon O’Shea, has recently been elected to the WSDA Organic Advisory Board. Congratulations to Brendon, and good news for the Food Co-op. Brendon will …continue reading

Mushrooms!

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Mushrooms
Recommended by Bev in Grocery
Bev: “produce gets a wonderful assortment of mushrooms, the best in town, from wildcrafting , near local growers, and some as far away as Northern California. You can …continue reading

Blueberries!

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Blueberries
Recommended by Sue in Produce
Sue: “Sunset Berry Farm’s blueberries are the best and biggest berries ever…you can’t eat just one! We look forward to them every year [and we’ll have to wait until next …continue reading

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