PRIVATE LABEL WITH A PURPOSE
In the Aisle and at the Table, Partner Brand Cultivates Good
We call our New Seasons Market private label Partner Brand. That’s because we’re committed to partnerships with small regional producers who share our value of bringing good food to our community. More than 80% of Partner Brand products are made within 500 miles of Portland. We thank you for helping us empower our communities with double points for Neighbor Rewards members on all Partner Brand purchases.
Introducing our ever-inspiring partners
Meet our local heroes. These hardworking, regional producers are responsible for all of the different Partner Brand products you know and love. By supporting them and purchasing their quality products, you can feel good about boosting our local economy. We’re all in this together — strengthening our local supply chain one yummy product at a time.
Don Pancho Foods
This is Ricardo Baez. He’s president of Don Pancho Foods and the maker of your favorite New Seasons Market tortilla chips. The Puentes family launched their business in 1979, specializing in the delicious, authentic Mexican foods we consider ourselves lucky to carry.
Meet the 4th generation rancher who co-founded Carman Ranch, Cory Carman. Along with Carman Ranch’s exceptional grass-fed beef, they make all of our tasty Partner Brand bone broths and beef jerky. Carman’s co-op of family ranchers is Regenfied verified and we’re big fans.
Adam Berger owns Rallenti Pasta, and crafts all of our slow-dried, high-quality Partner Brand dried pastas from local ingredients. Years ago, he trained in pasta making in Piedmont, Italy. These days, Berger owns Montelupo Italian Market.
Heidi Ho Foods
As founder of Heidi Ho Foods, Heidi Lovig’s passion is making whole food ingredients into awesome plant-powered products. Did you see her on Shark Tank?! Every Partner Brand plant-based dip and sauce recipe comes from her kitchen. Plus they’re all soy, gluten, dairy, and corn-free.
Fans of our Partner Brand fresh and creamy whole milk mozzarella already know how talented Daniel Wavrin is. He’s the 2nd generation cheese artisan and Ferndale co-founder making it. All of their feed-to-cheese cheeses are crafted from milk from their farm and Italian cultures.