Products of the Month
Earthy Northwest grown pumpkins and the sweet spices of cinnamon, clove, and cardamom give this classic its irresistible flavor-so good you'll be eating it by the spoonful.
No Sales Tax in Oregon
Made in collaboration with Portland Oregon's Dragonfly Chai - our Chai Spiced Pumpkin Butter combines the aromatic blend of exotic certified Organic spices like Cardamom, Ginger, Clove and Black Pepper to create a lively and balanced fruit butter that you will be sure to love. Use on waffles and biscuits, stir into yogurt, or eat strait from the jar - we won’t tell.
No Sales Tax in Oregon
PBJ's Grilled Gourmet Peanut Butter Jelly Creations
Keena and Shane moved to Portland a year and a half ago to start PBJs, picking this beautiful city for the friendly people and awesome wine, beer and food. Providing products that are natural and organic whenever possible, conscious of the environment and supportive a local markets PBJ's likes to assist the inner economy.
Their jams are produced by Oregon Growers & Shippers, the peanut butter is made from organic peanuts and the hazelnuts are grown locally in the Willamette Valley. Even the chocolate is organic Dagoba and Gabriel's Bakery is responsible for the bread.
Take a look at their incredible menu at: pbjsgrilled.com
New Seasons Market
Three families and 50 friends founded New Seasons Market with a mission to build a community both inside and outside of their stores. We love working with this fun, friendly, and dedicated local company. Now with 13 unique neighborhood locations throughout the greater Portland area, they offer everything from fresh organic fruit and wild-caught salmon to Coca-Cola and Kettle Chips.
As a locally owned business, they also share our passion for supporting local farms and sustainable agriculture. Through their Home Grown program, they offer a wide variety of products grown, raised, or produced in Oregon, Washington, and Northern California. The Home Grown symbol and signs throughout the store spotlight all the best the region has to offer, making it easy to choose local goods first and give back to the community.
To learn more about New Seasons Market, visit them at http://www.newseasonsmarket.com.