Everyday Essentials for Everyone on Your List
At your friendly neighborhood grocery store, you can find everything from pasture eggs and organic baby food to Frosted Flakes and Coca-Cola in our aisles. We're here to please the whole family. If you don't see something on our shelves, just ask us — we'll do our best to get it for you.
Fire on the Mountain
Since 2005, Fire on the Mountain (FOTM) has earned its reputation as a local favorite. This Portland-based Buffalo wing joint has some of the best sauces west of the Mississippi (River and Avenue), and we carry most of them. Try their sauces on our chicken drumettes or on a rack of ribs. You can also simply kick back with a cold beer and enjoy their fare at one of FOTM’s many Portland locations.
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Bob’s Red Mill
Oddly enough, Bob’s Red Mill was founded after Bob Moore had retired. In the 1970s, he and his wife had left their California flourmill behind for a peaceful retirement in Oregon, but the “For Sale” sign on an old mill was too much to resist. Bob quickly built a business run by a tight-knit family of employees, and Bob’s has since become an Oregon institution. It’s one of our favorite sources for top-notch, carefully packaged beans, grains, cereals, mixes and gluten-free foods.
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Founded by Lisa Herlinger-Esco in 2004, Ruby Jewel is a local gem. Their all-natural ice cream sandwiches have a loyal following, and for good reason. Sustainably made with only the freshest local ingredients, their treats are simply extraordinary. We love working with Ruby Jewel not only for their use of local, handmade ingredients and their commitment to sustainability, but also because of the quality of their products.
At this Northeast Portland coffee company founded in 2012, small-batch coffee is roasted, weighed, and hand-packed for a great cause. In addition to offering top-notch beans worthy of any coffee connoisseur’s mug, Happy Cup creates competitive-wage work for adults with disabilities at their Northeast Sandy Boulevard roasting facility, and donates 100% of proceeds to create recreational activities and social engagement for the local disabled community. From labeling the recycled-paper packages and adding twist ties, to serving coffee at farmers’ markets, Happy Cup’s employees learn work skills that enable them to play an active role in the workforce — a necessary step for the 78% of unemployed adults with disabilities. What’s more, Happy Cup’s mission of empowerment and equality extends beyond the Pacific Northwest, reaching small farms where beans are ethically sourced through humanitarian-based Kabum Coffee. With every pound of Happy Cup coffee purchased, java lovers are part of a truly inspiring chain of Home Grown compassion for “people with potential.” We’ll drink to that!
Beaverton Foods Inc.
Established in 1929 as a way to keep the family afloat through the Depression, Beaverton Foods has grown over three generations into a wildly successful family-run business. Today, Beaverton Foods makes popular condiments under the brand names of Beaver, Inglehoffer, Napa Valley and Tulelake, in addition to creating secret sauces for local burger joints and hot mustard for Chinese restaurants nationwide. Their mustards and horseradishes have won dozens of awards worldwide, including six medals at the World-Wide Mustard Competition this April. Congratulations to a Home Grown favorite!
Wild Friends Nut Butter
Created by Keeley and Erika, two University of Oregon students whose near-empty pantry sparked innovation, these nut butters pack a unique punch! With flavorful ingredients like espresso powder, coconut and pretzels to choose from, you’re sure to find a new favorite spread for your bread. With its grassroots beginning, Wild Friends Nut Butter is yet another Oregon-based small business we’re pleased to support as it continues to grow. Congratulations Keeley and Erika!
Grocery Stories Podcast: Nancy's Yogurt
Find out why Nancy's Yogurt is a long-time Northwest favorite. Grocery Stories is an interactive podcast produced and conceived by guest artists Nolan Calisch and Molly Sherman, PSU MFA in Social Practice students
About the Artists
Nolan Calisch is a photographer currently earning his MFA from Portland State University's Art and Social Practice Program. He lives on his organic farm near Portland, Oregon where he grows food for 30 families through a CSA (community supported agriculture) program.
Molly Sherman is an artist and designer living in Portland, Oregon. She is also a co-director of Farm School. As a designer, she has worked with a wide range of clients including the Hammer Museum and Portland Art Museum. Molly is currently an MFA candidate in Portland State University's Art and Social Practice Program.
Nolan and Molly are the co-founders and co-directors of Farm School, an ongoing series of projects that bring together site-specific learning, art, and agriculture.
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