Food & Drink

Food & Drink

  • 12 Bar Brews
    12 Bar Brews is a music-themed microbrewery and taproom located in Woodinville. external link
  • 20 Corners Brewing
    20 Corners Brewing is careful to use a brewing process that positively impacts the outdoors (by recapturing water, repurposing spent grain, sourcing renewable energy, etc.). external link
  • 21 Acres Farm Market
    Our 21 Acres Market provides local, organic, chemical-free and value-added food products (produce, dairy, grains, meats, honey, etc.) year-round. external link
  • ACME Farms + Kitchen
    ACME Farms + Kitchen is an online shop (run out of Bellingham) aimed at making it easier for busy families to get access to clean, local food. Members can peruse the online shop for products from multiple farms, bakeries, creameries and other artisan producers. Or you can sign up for a Locavore Box and have amazing fresh, local, seasonal food, completely chemical-free, delivered to your door each week (complete with recipes). external link
  • Alexandria Nicole Cellars
    Alexandria Nicole Cellars provides a number of organic wines, including the late harvest Muscat, Riesling, "jet black" Syrah, and chardonnay. external link
  • A Local Palate
    A Local Palate is a fresh food delivery and catering business that strives to connect Seattle area people to nearby farms. A Local Palate also has seasonal cooking classes and in-home cooking services. external link
  • Alvarez Organic Farms
    Alvarez Organic Farms is a family owned and operated, WSDA Certified Organic farm located in the Lower Yakima Valley. They donate their leftover produce to local food banks throughout the Puget Sound area. external link
  • Amavi Cellars
    Amavi Cellars provides a number of certified sustainable, certified salmon safe wines including the Semillon, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah. external link
  • Badger Mountain
    In 1990 Badger Mountain Vineyard became the first Certified Organic winegrape vineyard in Washington State. Their N.S.A. (No Sulfites Added) wines are USDA Organic Certified and are made with certified organically grown grapes. external link
  • Baer Winery
    Baer Winery is a family-owned winery that provides a number of salmon safe wines including the "Shard" Chardonnay. external link
  • Bainbridge Organic Distillers
    Bainbridge Organic Distillers distills pure, organic Washington grain into the state's first USDA Certified organic vodka, gin and whiskey. external link
  • Barn2Door
    Barn2Door is a food+tech startup- a platform to help everyone easily find & buy food directly from farmers, fishers & ranchers (from CSA's to urban farm eggs to 1/2 a grass-fed cow). Via a Mobile App and Ecommerce built for farmers, Barn2Door makes it easy for local chefs and consumers to shop local farm food 7 days a week. external link
  • Bells Pastries
    Bells Pastries is an online Bakery & Pop Up Shop run by pastry chef and Seattleite, Jasmin Bell Smith. You can shop the bakery in person or place custom orders online. Jasmin also offers private lessons, classes, and a monthly macaron club. external link
  • Billy’s Gardens
    Billy’s Gardens deliver top-quality produce to restaurants and grocery stores throughout the Seattle/Tacoma area. All of their plants are USDA Certified Organic. external link
  • Bluebird Grain Farms
    Bluebird Grain Farms in Winthrop, WA specialize in the growing and processing of organic heirloom grains, flours and dry product blends; from plow to plate. Their mission is to cultivate and mill nutrient-rich grain while preserving the integrity of the land and soil for generations to come. external link
  • Bread&Bone
    Bread&Bone is a family owned and operated wholesale food company that makes pre-made deli items and salads for sale throughout Seattle retailers, cafes, etc. They use simply, high quality, locally-sourced ingredients. Bread&Bone also buys back any of their food that does not sell and donates it to children’s after school programs and homeless villages! external link
  • Bulk
    Bulk is a Zero Waste Home app that helps consumers locate nearby stores that stock household items in bulk, allowing them to cut down on their purchase/consumption of the unnecessary plastic packing used to package many products in traditional grocery stores. external link
  • Canlis
    Canlis is a landmark fine-dining destination that offers Pacific NW fare made from fresh, seasonal, and locally-sourced ingredients. external link
  • Carnivore
    Carnivore is a stylish, New American kitchen emphasizing sustainable, farm-to-table, paleo-inspired gourmet dishes & cocktails. external link
  • Cayuse Vineyards
    Cayuse Vineyards is a biodynamic vineyard (the first to fully implement biodynamic farming practices in the Walla Walla Valley), and has long been committed to organic farming without synthetic fertilizers, chemicals, insecticides or fungicides. external link
  • Central Co-op
    Central Co-op is a member-owned, full-service natural foods grocery store on East Madison Street in Seattle, open to everyone 7 days a week. They source their food from local farmers and producers whenever possible, and are known for being a resource for ethically-produced, healthful foods and products, and up-to-the-minute information about personal and environmental health. external link
  • Chaco Canyon Café
    Chaco Canyon Café is a vegetarian/vegan restaurant that caters to a variety of dietary needs, including people who choose raw or vegan diets and those who require gluten-free or soy-free foods. Chaco Canyon food is made by hand, fresh, every day with locally-sourced, organic ingredients. Chaco Canyon is committed to sustainable practices. external link
  • Cherry Valley Dairy and Creamery
    Cherry Valley Dairy and Creamery provides customers with organic, chemical-free dairy products. They are committed to natural, sustainable dairy practices. external link
  • China Bend
    China Bend wines are 100% Organic, vegan and gluten-free. They do not contain any Sulfites, Additives or GMOs. They are naturally aged, unfiltered, unfined and contain the highest level of anti-oxidants. external link
  • Choice Organic Teas
    Choice Organic Teas is a Seattle tea company, the first exclusively organic tea company in the U.S., as well as the first to introduce Fair Trade Certified teas in North America, and the first to be Non-GMO Project Verified. Choice Organic teas are free from harmful chemicals and sold in earth-friendly packaging. external link
  • Compostio
    Compostio (formerly NatureMill) sells electric indoor and outdoor composters for customers who want to compost in their own homes. All Compostio products are made in the US. external link
  • Coop Directory Service
    The Coop Directory Service provides people with information about natural food co-ops. external link
  • Cornucopia Institute
    The Cornucopia Institute educates consumers, family farmers, the media, etc. about ecological principles and sustainable and organic agriculture. The institute compiles comprehensive reports, scorecards, and buyer's guides about certain foods (such as eggs, yogurt, cereal, etc.). external link
  • Cupcake Royale
    Cupcake Royale is Seattle’s first cupcake bakery! They offer delicious cupcakes made from scratch with natural, fresh and local ingredients. Their dairy is local and hormone-free, their eggs are cage-free organic, and all ingredients are locally sourced from WA farmers and producers. The sweet pink boxes in which their cupcakes are stored are compostable and printed locally with soy-based inks. external link
  • Custom Pure
    Custom Pure provides water filtration systems and pure water for home, workplace, and commercial use. The company is green business certified. Stop buying bottled water! external link
  • Delicatus
    Delicatus is a delicatessen specializing in premium deli sandwiches, salads, specialty meats, and artisan cheeses made from fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. external link
  • Deru Market
    Deru Market is an artisan market and neighborhood eatery that serves a variety of locally-sourced foods and drinks, from seasonally inspired salads to artisan baked breads, to freshly brewed Victrola coffee. Deru Market’s food is cooked from scratch daily with organic, seasonal ingredients. Deru supports the Seattle-area community by partnering with local farms and businesses, and is committed to sustainable practices and products. Deru Market is the "everyday" brother of Deru Catering. external link
  • Domina Dairy & Meadow Point Cheese
    Domina Dairy & Creamery creates fresh cream line milk and cheese with an old country flavor. external link
  • Earthbound Farm
    Earthbound Farm is committed to farming sustainably and organically, keeping synthetic chemicals out of the environment. external link
  • Earthworks Urban Farm
    Earthworks Urban Farm is a certified organic farm intent on building a "just, beautiful food system through education, inspiration and community development." external link
  • Eat Well Guide
    The Eat Well Guide provides people with information about fresh, locally grown and sustainably produced food in the United States and Canada. The Guide's thousands of listings include family farms, restaurants, farmer’s markets, grocery stores, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs, U-pick orchards and more. external link
  • Eat Wild
    Eat Wild has collected information on over 1,000 farms in order to provide people with grass-fed meat and dairy products in the United States and Canada. Products include: Beef, Pork, Lamb, Veal, Goat, Elk, Venison, Yak, Chickens, Ducks, Rabbits, Turkeys, Eggs, Milk, Cheeses, Wild-Caught Salmon and more! external link
  • Eco-Learning Legacies
    Eco-Learning Legacies educates the public to eat in an eco-intelligent way, integrating our personal nutritional needs with the nutritional needs of our living planet. Their Eco-Intelligent Eating Model promotes a “grow and eat organic" message. The model introduces traditional earth foods and stresses the value of growing and buying food locally, recycling food waste, reducing packaging waste, and eco-friendly cooking. external link
  • Environmental Working Group
    The Environmental Working Group’s mission is to conduct original, game-changing research that inspires people, businesses and governments to take action to protect human health and the environment. external link
  • FareStart
    FareStart is a culinary job training and placement program for homeless and disadvantaged individuals that helps empower men, women, and families in the Seattle-area achieve self-sufficiency through life skills, job training, and employment in the food service industry. external link
  • Finnriver Farm and Cidery
    Finnriver is an organic farm & orchard and award-wining artisan cidery in the Chimacum Valley that grows certified organic fruit, vegetables and grains, and handcrafts a bounty of award-winning artisan cider and fruit wines. external link
  • Foggy Ridge Farm
    Foggy Ridge is a small family-operated farm overlooking the Snoqualmie Valley. Their largest single crop is Aronia, which they use in a number of popular Aronia products including Aronia Pudding and Aronia Tea. Aronia products are dairy-free, gluten-free, sugar-free and vegan. external link
  • Food Cycler
    Food Cycler is an indoor food recycler and kitchen composter that can transform your dinner into potent, organic fertilizer for your garden in just 3 hours, without any unpleasant odors! external link
  • Food Lifeline
    Food Lifeline creates meals for hungry people every day with food that would otherwise go to waste! Their volunteers sort and pack surplus food collected from farmers, manufacturers, grocery stores, restaurants, and retailers and deliver it to various food banks, shelters, and meal programs across Western Washington. external link
  • Foraged and Found Edibles
    Foraged and Found Edibles sells delicious wild edibles—including foraged mushrooms, wild greens, berries and teas—to professional chefs and home cooks alike. Their wild edibles are harvested solely in North America, mainly in the Pacific Northwest, where they are based. external link
  • Fremont Brewery
    Fremont Brewery is a family-owned craft brewery that sells sustainably produced artisan beers made with the best local ingredients available. external link
  • Fremont Sunday Market
    Fremont Sunday Market is Seattle's year-round, European-style street market. Every Sunday they host over 200 booths showcasing local makers, finders and foodies. external link
  • French House Farm
    French House Farm is dedicated to helping others bring their ambitions for a healthy, sustainable living to fruition. They offer fresh, organically grown foods, and classes on how to grow them yourself! external link
  • Frigoverre
    Frigoverre is a top-quality brand of reusable, glass food storage containers from Italian company, Bormioli Rocco. external link
  • Full Circle
    Full Circle is the perfect CSA for beginners! Sign up for an Organic Farm Box and Full Circle will deliver the season’s best organic produce and wholesome, specialty farm products conveniently to your home or office. Each delivery comes with farm news and recipes! Full Circle grows and sources delicious produce, free of herbicides and pesticides. They promote sustainable farming practices and are committed to preserving soil and the environment for future generations. external link
  • F/V Ocean
    F/V Ocean is a local, family run business dedicated to providing premium quality, frozen at sea, hook caught Albacore Tuna (caught aboard their family boat "Ocean"). external link
  • Gard Vintners
    Gard Vintners provides a number of organic, certified sustainable wines including the Freyja Rhone White, Pinot Gris, Rosé, Altruism Riesling and Altruism Pinot Gris. external link
  • Gather Kitchen + Bar
    Gather is a Seattle restaurant, run by the owner of the Stonehouse (in Redmond), with a menu inspired by international food cultures using Northwest seasonal ingredients. external link
  • Glendale Country Club
    Glendale Country Club features the award winning talents of Chef Michael Salgado, who uses fresh, local ingredients in his culinary creations. external link
  • Gluten-Free Girl's Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour Blend
    Gluten-Free Girl’s certified gluten-free all-purpose flour blend is kosher, free of any artificial ingredients (contains no additives, preservatives, fillers, emulsifiers, xanthan or other gums) and free of the top 8 allergens (dairy, eggs, peanuts, corn, soy, tree nut, fish, and shellfish). external link
  • Gorman Winery
    Gorman Winery provides a number of salmon safe wines such as the Big Sissy Chardonnay. external link
  • Grappa
    Grappa is a Seattle restaurant that serves beautifully prepared, Mediterranean small plates made from fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. external link
  • GRAYL
    GRAYL sells a stainless steel water filtration cup that filters out chemicals, heavy metals, and germs to provides safe, great tasting water on the go. external link
  • Green Polka Dot Box
    Green Polka Dot Box delivers natural and organic, non-GMO foods directly to your doorstep at wholesale prices. external link
  • Guardian Cellars
    Guardian Cellars provides a number of salmon safe wines including the Angel Sauvignon Blanc and "Chalk Line" Cabernet/Merlot Blend. external link
  • Hain Celestial
    Hain Celestial is one of the leading natural and organic food and personal care products companies in North America and Europe. They provide organic, natural, chemical-free foods and natural personal care products. external link
  • HappyCow
    HappyCow is an online guide and app aimed at helping people find plant-based/vegan options and healthy food. They are vegan-run, from a vegan perspective, and staffed by vegans and vegetarians. Their website and app can help you find vegan and vegetarian restaurants and products in over 180 countries with reviews, photos, and more. external link
  • Harry's Fine Foods
    Harry’s Fine Foods is a neighborhood restaurant in Capitol Hill that uses seasonal, farm fresh ingredients. external link
  • Harvest Vine
    Harvest Vine meat and poultry is grass fed and free range, their seafood is sustainable, eggs are organic, and all their diary is hormone free. They only use olive oil and the butter they use is European. external link
  • Hecho
    Hecho is a Seattle-based restaurant that serves contemporary Mexican-inspired Northwest cuisine made with fresh, local ingredients. They are known for their 100% fresh lime juice agave margaritas, handmade tortillas and salsas, and use of homegrown green chilies. external link
  • Hedges Family Estate
    The Hedges Family Estate is a Washington company that sells several biodynamic wines. external link
  • Herb & Bitter Public House
    Herb & Bitter Public House is a Spanish-influenced bar and eatery that specializes in seasonal small plates and features a revolving, seasonal drink menu. Herb & Bitter uses as many local and sustainable ingredients as possible and caters to various dietary needs including gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, and vegan. external link
  • Honest Biscuits
    Honest Biscuits’ uniquely flavored biscuits are made fresh using local ingredients, the primary ingredient being Washington’s Shepherd’s Grain flour (the same premium quality, sustainably grown flour used in some of the best local bakeries). All Honest Biscuit ingredients are GMO and chemical-free and many come from local farmers market vendors. Honest Biscuit’s packaging, utensils, cups, straws, napkins, etc. are all compostable. external link
  • Hot Cake Molten Chocolate Cakery
    Hot Cake Molten Chocolate Cakery is a dessert restaurant and brand of high-end organic confections. They use Certified Organic ingredients, support WA farms with organic farming practices, and donate a portion of their proceeds to WA Trails Association, WA Wild, and Forterra. external link
  • HowGood
    HowGood is a website and app providing a uniquely comprehensive data library on food sustainability. Simply scan a food product's barcode or search for an item to find out how sustainable it is! external link
  • indi chocolate
    indi chocolate is a café and online store selling delicious dark chocolate and various cacao-based products including teas, spice rubs, mixology kits and body care products made from cocoa butter. They source cacao beans directly from farmers and cooperatives to make small batch, single origin, dark chocolate. In their café they serve specialty coffee drinks and single origin drinking chocolate. indi chocolate also offers chocolate making classes, truffle making classes and more! external link
  • Jerzy Boyz Farm
    Jerzy Boyz Farm grows and sells the best organic apples and pears from WA State! They grow organic Honeycrisps and 50+ other varieties, plus organic home-made personal cosmetic products made with on-farm ingredients, and organic jams and dried Honeycrisp apples! external link
  • King County Food: Too Good to Waste
    King County’s Food: Too Good to Waste program is dedicated to helping you reduce the amount of food waste in your home by providing you with resources to help you make small shifts in the way you shop, prepare, store, and save food. external link
  • Klickitat Canyon & Columbia Gorge Winery
    Klickitat Canyon & Columbia Gorge Winery is a small, family-run organic winery that creates natural wines processed entirely by hand. They use the natural yeasts found on their grapes and do not add any sulfites or other chemicals. They’ve developed a method for farming on their vineyard which they’ve named eco-dynamic agriculture which involves reintroducing native wildflowers and bunch grasses between the rows and around the periphery to increase biodiversity. As a result, their vineyard has become a continuation of the surrounding environment, as opposed to an oasis for non-native and sometimes harmful pests. external link
  • Kreation Organic
    Kreation Organic provides healthy and delicious drinks (mainly juice and smoothies) designed to invigorate the body and mind. Their products are made from raw, fair trade, gluten-free, and USDA certified organic superfoods. external link
  • Laurel's Crown
    Laurel’s Crown provides artisan cheese crafted using organic, grass fed, jersey milk from a dairy in Othello, Washington. external link
  • Lecosho
    Lecosho is a Seattle-based restaurant featuring European-influenced dishes made from the best ingredients available from the Northwest: herbs, cheeses, wild mushrooms, seafood - and locally and sustainably farmed pork, lamb, chicken & beef. Lecosho makes their own pasta and are known around the city for their house-made sausage and charcuterie. external link
  • Le Grand Bistro Americain
    Le Grand Bistro Americain is a French restaurant known for its fresh, SmartCatch-approved seafood. Their chicken, eggs, and most of their vegetables are organic, most of their beef is grass fed, and their oils are non-GMO. external link
  • LesaCooks
    LesaCooks is a personal chef service; Lesa does catering, cooking classes, and in-home meal preparation. Lesa Sullivan is a Certified Personal Chef and graduate of the Seattle Culinary Academy. She specializes in Northwest seasonal cuisine, and can be found preparing local goodies everywhere from community halls to restaurant kitchens, up at the farmers market and down on the farm. external link
  • Liberty Bottles
    Liberty Bottles are the only metal bottles made in the USA. They are made from recycled material and are themselves totally recyclable. Liberty Bottles are completely safe and chemical-free, using only food-grade coatings & ink. They operate out of a state-of-the-art zero waste manufacturing facility and are committed to sustainable practices. external link
  • Little Brother
    Little Brother is a seasonal neighborhood restaurant and part of the Deru family (see Deru Market entry in the Green Resource Directory). Little Brother food is cooked from scratch daily with local and organic ingredients. Little Brother also has a farmer’s market, giving Kirkland access to the best locally grown and produced food in the region. external link
  • Local Harvest
    Local Harvest connects people looking for good food with local farmers who produce it. external link
  • L'Oursin
    L'Oursin is a highly acclaimed French restaurant that specializes in sustainable, Northwest seafood and natural wines. external link
  • Madres Kitchen
    Madres Kitchen is a woman owned and operated full service catering and events company based in Seattle. They work closely with 21 Acres and the Puget Sound Food Hub to source fresh, seasonal and organic produce from local farms, E.C. Wilson to find top quality meat, and other food purveyors such as Ayako and Family JAM, That Brown Girl Cooks Hummus, Macrina Bakery, Beecher's Cheese, and more. Madres Kitchen is a certified Green Business by the City of Seattle, they work strategically to minimize food waste, use compostable products, and frequently give back to the community by donating to non-profit organizations, sponsoring community events, and more. external link
  • Ma'ono
    Ma’Ono is a Seattle restaurant that serves Hawaiian-inspired fried chicken dinners made from fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. external link
  • Meadowlark Vineyards and Alondra del Rio
    Meadowlark Vineyards, in Santa Ynez, California, offers a fine selection of earth friendly wines. They are a Certified Organic grower with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. external link
  • Modern Steep Tea Company
    Modern Steep Tea Co. (formerly Remedy Teas) sources premium organic pure leaf and custom blended teas. Their expansive collection of organic teas are available in bulk by the ounce or brewed up and ready to enjoy. external link
  • Molly Moon’s
    Molly Moon’s makes delicious ice cream from local, organic ingredients. If an ingredient is not grown bountifully in the Pacific Northwest—like chocolate, vanilla, coffee, and tea—they work with local companies like Theo Chocolate and Union Coffee to buy organic, fair-trade for life ingredients. From kitchen to cone, every scoop is the result of hard working, happy staff, strong local partnerships, sustainable practices, and the finest ingredients they can source. external link
  • Mom Made Foods
    Mom Made Foods work with experienced food professionals and nutritionists to ensure they use wholesome ingredients to provide the protein, vitamins and minerals growing kids need. They strive to make their products high protein, low calorie and low sodium. Mom Made insists on using: organic ingredients (when commercially available); added fruits and vegetables; Non-GMO vegetables and dairy; and natural sweeteners. Mom Made avoids using allergens when possible and never uses: antibiotics in their meats; preservatives; artificial colors or flavors; bleached flour; partially hydrogenated fats or oils; high fructose corn syrup; or MSG. external link
  • Nash’s Organic Produce
    Nash’s Organic Produce is a farm in Sequim that sells fresh, organic produce at 7 local farmers markets and wholesale to PCC Natural Markets (Seattle), Organically Grown Company (Portland), and Discovery Organics (Victoria, B.C.). Over the years, Nash's Organic Produce has won recognition and awards from many local organizations on the Olympic Peninsula, as well as various prominent state and national awards. external link
  • National Honey Board
    The National Honey Board is an industry-funded agriculture promotion group that educates consumers about the benefits and uses of honey and honey products. Their Honey Locator is a great resource that helps people find local honey. external link
  • Nature's Path Organic
    Nature’s Path Organic provides USDA certified organic, non-GMO project verified granola products. external link
  • Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance
    The Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance is a non-profit organization that operates 7 Farmers Markets in Seattle: U-District, West Seattle, Lake City, Broadway, Columbia City, Magnolia, and Phinney. The Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance is committed to supporting and strengthening Washington's small family farm businesses by creating and operating vibrant, successful neighborhood farmers markets. external link
  • Novelty Hill Januik
    Novelty Hill Januik provides a number of salmon safe wines that practice at a certifiable level. external link
  • No Waste
    No Waste is a food inventory app that helps you keep track of everything in your kitchen, and its expiration date. The app lets you manage grocery lists and meal plans, and sends you a notification when something is about to go bad to cut down on food waste. With lists for your freezer, fridge and pantry, you can easily check what food you have left, see what food you need to use first, plan your meals, avoid unnecessary purchases, reduce food waste and save a bunch of money. external link
  • Numi Tea
    Numi tea is organic and fair trade. Numi is rooted in the principle of creating a healthful product that nurtures people and honors the planet. The company’s numerous initiatives and philanthropic activities serve to foster a healthy, thriving global community while bringing customers the purest, best-tasting organic tea. external link
  • Organic Valley
    Organic Valley dairy is produced with no added hormones, antibiotics or toxic pesticides. Their produce is grown the organic way, with none of the toxins or synthetic fertilizers. And their cheese is made by farmers and artisans who care about the environment, the animals and the customers. external link
  • Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center
    Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center is a non-profit that inspires people to eat healthy, sustainably grown food and to steward our natural resources for future generations. Located in the Snoqualmie Valley, Oxbow practices ecological farming and native plant production, educates children about food and farming, restores native habitats, facilitates environmental research, and provides citizen science/volunteer opportunities. Oxbow’s produce is available through a Member Program, at their Farm Stand on select days, and at several grocery stores, food co-ops, and restaurants in the Seattle area. external link
  • PCC
    PCC is the largest consumer-owned natural food retail co-operative in the United States. PCC is a sustainable business that supports local and sustainable agriculture and sells a lot of healthy, organic and local food; a sustainable business. external link
  • Peaceful Valley
    Peaceful Valley provides organic berries and vegetables. You can find their plants at City People’s Mercantile. external link
  • Perdue Farms
    Perdue Farms enhances lives through quality branded chicken, turkey and pork products distributed through retail, food service and international customers. Their offerings include the leading names in natural chicken and turkey; antibiotic-free chicken, turkey and pork; and USDA-certified organic chicken – including the Perdue, Harvestland, and Coleman Natural brands. external link
  • Pike Place Market
    Pike Place Market is more than a beloved public market, it is a vibrant neighborhood comprised of hundreds of farmers, craftspeople, small businesses and residents. In addition to preserving and protecting the historic buildings and character of the district and serving as an incubator and supporter of farmers, artisans and small businesses, the Pike Place Market was chartered by the City of Seattle to provide services for low-income individuals. external link
  • Portage Bay Café
    The Portage Bay Cafe serves breakfast, brunch, and lunch foods made from local, organic, and sustainable ingredients. external link
  • Ravenleaf Public House
    Ravenleaf is a family-friendly, American-style Public House serving food and drinks that are local, seasonal, and responsible. external link
  • Revolve True Food and Wine Bar
    Revolve is a Bothell-based bar and restaurant that serves only natural (no antibiotics or added hormones), humanely-raised animal proteins, organic farm fresh eggs, seasonal organic produce, and wild seafood. All menu items are free of gluten, grains, MSG, preservatives, trans fats, refined or cane sugar, emulsifiers, GMOs and soy. external link
  • Richard's Too Good Sauce
    Richard’s Too Good Sauce is a gluten free, low sodium, high fructose free and vegan Barbeque sauce. external link
  • Salmon-Safe
    Salmon-Safe is an eco-label run by a nonprofit that works with farmers throughout the Pacific Northwest to promote conservation practices and habitat restoration. To qualify for certification prospective farms and other entities must meet rigorous and site specific criteria regarding their water use, erosion control, chemical practices and animal management, based on an independent third-party assessment. Once part of the program, participating properties must undergo periodic reviews to make sure they are maintaining their commitments. See their website for a list of Salmon-Safe sites and products. external link
  • Salted Grape Café
    The Salted Grape Café is a Bothell café and deli that uses fresh, locally-made, natural, and organic ingredients whenever available. external link
  • SaltWorks
    SaltWorks is a Woodinville based company that sells high-quality, all-natural specialty salts to wholesale, retail, and consumer markets around the world. Their process involves no washing, no chemicals, no additives, no artificial flavors, no bonding agents and no processing aids. They employ sustainable, energy-saving practices at their salt processing facility in Woodinville and strive to reduce waste by reusing and recycling their packaging. external link
  • Samfuego Foods
    Samfuego Foods makes salsas and hot sauces. All of their products are vegan, all natural and gluten free with no added sugars. external link
  • San Fermo
    San Fermo is a Seattle-based Italian restaurant that specializes in homemade pastas and uses simple, seasonal ingredients. external link
  • Scratch Deli
    Scratch Deli uses only the freshest, seasonal ingredients and cooks in small batches to ensure amazing flavor and prevent waste. Scratch supports local family farms and other small local businesses whenever possible. external link
  • Seafood Watch
    The Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program helps consumers and businesses choose seafood that's fished or farmed in ways that support a healthy ocean, now and for future generations. Their recommendations indicate which seafood items are Best Choices or Good Alternatives, and which ones you should Avoid. Seafood Watch produces a smart phone app and seven regional pocket guides for the U.S. so everyone can have access to local seafood information. external link
  • Silver Hills Sprouted Bakery
    Silver Hills Sprouted Bakery is a family-run Canadian bakery that crafts sprouted, organic, non-GMO breads, bagels and buns, using a unique sprouting process of pure quality ingredients. external link
  • Simply Real Health
    Simply Real Health is a healthy lifestyle company run by Sarah Adler—nutrition coach, healthy lifestyle expert, food blogger, top selling healthy cookbook author, and real food lover. Sarah offers one on one coaching, a group program, home study online courses, and downloadable seasonal meal plans that encourage clients to eat real (i.e. natural or whole), simple (5 ingredients or less) food. Her website has a list of Seattle-area restaurants with healthy food, links to her favorite cookbooks, and an impressive recipe index. external link
  • Sizzle and Crunch Vietnamese Grill
    Sizzle&Crunch is a Seattle-based Vietnamese restaurant that serves delicious house-made Vietnamese food made from all-natural, seasonal ingredients. Their food is prepared fresh in small batches to ensure quality and prevent waste. Sizzle&Crunch is run by UW alum, Paul Nguyen. external link
  • Skagit River Ranch
    Skagit River Ranch is a family-owned, Certified Organic farm located in Sedro-Woolley. They are committed to providing customers with the most wholesome, best tasting, organic grass-fed beef, organic chicken, turkeys and eggs. They don’t use antibiotics, steroids, growth hormones or animal by-products. external link
  • Sky River Mead
    Sky River is a woman-owned Washington winery that uses local honey and fruit to make its mead. The meadery uses environmentally-friendly packaging, recycling, and building practices. external link
  • Snoqualmie Winery
    Snoqualmie Winery is committed to sustainable and organic winemaking practices, beginning in the vineyard and carrying through to the winery and their packaging. external link
  • Standard Bakery
    Standard Bakery specializes in organic sourdough sandwich loaves and classic American treats. The Seattle-based bakery sources their varietal grain and primary ingredients from Pacific Northwest farms. external link
  • Stock Seattle
    Stock Seattle is a farm-to-table café that pairs fresh, organic, and locally-sourced ingredients with carefully-selected regional products from beyond their backyard. The café offers a seasonal variety of soups, sandwiches, and salads and features local beer, wine, and Tony's Coffee (from Bellingham). external link
  • Stone House
    Stone House uses ingredients provided from local farms and vendors. Their eggs are local and free range, and their dairy products are all GMO free. The majority of their produce is local and organic. external link
  • Stonyfield Organic
    Stonyfield Organic products are certified organic and made without the use of artificial hormones, toxic persistent pesticides and GMOs. external link
  • Tall Grass Bakery
    Tall Grass Bakery in Ballard sells handmade artisan bread & granola made from high-quality, organic ingredients. external link
  • Terra Plata
    Terra Plata is a restaurant that operates with an "earth to plate" concept and is known for creating delicious plates inspired by the seasons and made possible by local growers and artisan producers. Terra Plata offers a full selection of wines by the glass, seasonally-inspired hand-crafted cocktails, local spirits & ciders, and locally-brewed draft beer. external link
  • The Organic Center
    The Organic Center is a non-profit research and education organization. Their mission is to conduct and convene credible, evidence-based science on the environmental and health effects of organic food and farming and communicate the findings to the public. They cover up-to-date studies on sustainable agriculture and health, and collaborate with academic and governmental institutions to make sure they have the best information available. external link
  • Theo's Chocolate
    Theo's Chocolate is made from the purest ingredients and in the most sustainable ways possible. Everything they make and sell meets the highest standards for organic, Fair Trade and Fair for Life products. In 2006 Theo's organic chocolate became the first ever made in the US. external link
  • The Pantry
    The Pantry is a community kitchen that provides various services to the Seattle community, including: five-course, family-style dinners; catering; cooking classes that focus on traditional food crafts and technique; culinary camps for kids; and more. The Pantry uses small-scale, sustainable ingredients. external link
  • Thrive Market
    Thrive Market is on a mission to make healthy living easy and affordable for everyone. At Thrive Market, you can buy the best-selling, ethically sourced, healthy foods (organic and GMO-free) and wholesome products in everyday sizes, always up to 50% off retail prices, delivered to your home for free. Try their certified organic, chemical free coconut oil. external link
  • Tilth Restaurant (of Maria Hines Restaurants and Catering)
    Tilth is a Seattle-based restaurant serving New American cuisine prepared with certified-organic or wild ingredients sourced from various local farmers. external link
  • Trellis Restaurant (at the Heathman Hotel)
    Trellis Restaurant crafts their menu based on what is fresh and in season. They also serve Washington wine! external link
  • Tuk Muk Farm
    Tuk Muk Farm, run by SAgE graduates and located in the beautiful Sammamish Valley, specializes in unique and hard-to-find Asian vegetables. They use cover crops to preserve and protect the soil, rotate crops annually to naturally break cycles of pests and disease, and avoid using store-bought fertilizer. external link
  • Vacuvita
    Vacuvita is an easy access vacuum food storage system designed to keep food fresh longer. external link
  • Vendemmia
    Vendemmia is an Italian restaurant that uses fresh, locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible. external link
  • Vertical Harvest
    Vertical Harvest is a collaborative project to grow produce locally using vertical greenhouse technology and sustainable energy systems, and to create an inclusive working environment for our citizens with disabilities. external link
  • Viva Farms
    Viva Farms is a non-profit farm business incubator and training program operating in Skagit and King Counties. They lower the barriers for beginning farmers by providing (bi-lingual) training in holistic and organic farming practices, and access to land, infrastructure and equipment, training, marketing and capital. They are committed to preserving sustainable farming and creating a strong and just local food system. external link
  • Washington State Farmers Market Association (WSFMA)
    WSFMA supports and promotes sustainable farmer’s markets in Washington State. They are a national leader in the movement to increase access to local foods and are dedicated to promoting and supporting healthy local food systems and economically and environmentally sustainable farms. external link
  • WhiteWave
    WhiteWave Foods provides customers with organic, responsibly produced foods. The company’s history is rooted in the spirit and principles of small food, but the company has the scale and resources of big food, which allows them to bring better food to more people. WhiteWave works to reduce waste, water usage and greenhouse gas emissions throughout their operations, focusing on their plants and company-owned farms. They are also champions for food security, lending their support to national hunger relief organizations and those that operate in local communities. external link
  • Wholefoods Market Whole Trade Guarantee Program
    Products in the Wholefoods Market Whole Trade Guarantee program must meet specific criteria that demand quality in four areas of responsibility: meets quality standards, provides more money to producers, ensures better wages and working conditions for workers, and cares for the environment. Whole Foods works with TransFair USA and the Rainforest Alliance to ensure the transparency and integrity of the program. One percent of proceeds from Whole Trade certified products will go to the Whole Planet Foundation to support micro-loan programs in developing countries. external link
  • Wilridge Winery
    Wilridge Winery provides a number of certified sustainable, certified salmon safe wines including all varietals. external link
  • Winejam by The Tispy Sisters
    The Tipsy Sisters make delicious winejam by pairing special vintages of wine from local, Woodinville wineries with fresh local berries for deliciousness beyond belief! external link
  • Woodhouse Wines
    Woodhouse Wines practices at a certifiable level and provides a number of sustainably produced wines, such as the Granache. external link
  • World Centric
    World Centric is a socially responsible company that provides zero waste solutions to reduce environmental impact. They sell high quality, certified compostable products (21 Acres uses World Centric products in our deli) and strive to be a model of sustainability by supporting grassroots organizations and non-profits through product and monetary donations, encouraging fair wages, ensuring proper working conditions in their manufacturing facilities, and powering their office using renewable energy. external link
  • WSDA Organic Food Program
    The Washington State Department of Agriculture’s Organic Food Program provides a list of USDA Organic farms & Community Supported Agricultures (CSA) programs. external link
  • Zocalo
    Zocalo is an upscale, modern Mexican restaurant inspired by the flavors of Mexico City and located in the heart of Pioneer Square. Zocalo uses fresh, locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible. external link
  • Zulu’s Board Game Café
    Zulu’s Board Game Café is a community-oriented board game restaurant that serves local tap beers and ciders, along with American-style meals for hungry gamers and their families. Zulu’s uses locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible. external link