ROAR sources only from Washington producers using sustainable practices. We prioritize purchasing from farmers of color, beginning farmers, and women/LGBTQAI+ farmers. We direct source from the following producers, and also make good use of aggregators and co-ops like the Puget Sound Food Hub. If you’re a Washington farmer looking for a wholesale account, we’d love to meet you!
Clean Greens – Duvall
P-Patch Market Gardens – High Point & New Holly, Seattle
Sweet Hollow Farm – Woodinville
Sariwa Farm – Woodinville
Regeneration Farm – Woodinville
Tuk Muk Farm – Woodinville
City Fruit – Seattle
FaithBeyond Farm – Enumclaw
Nurturing Roots Farm – Seattle
A community farming program focused on educating youth & community members on healthy food choices. Creating community through gardening, this farm is on-site at the Black Power EPICenter in south Beacon Hill.
Kamayan Farm – Duvall
A vegetable, medicinal herb, and flower farm just 25 miles east of Seattle, Washington. We strive to do work that connects food, medicine, and culture. Kamayan is a Tagalog word for eating with your hands, traditionally in a communal meal with many different dishes served on banana leaves. It is a reminder of the intimate connection between ourselves and our food, the joy of a large meal cooked with love and shared with family, and food as cultural resilience.
Alvarez Organics – Mabton
Alvarez Organic Farms has been in the agriculture business for well over 30 years. In those same years much of the small, environmentally friendly family farms have morphed into large-scale agribusinesses, without regard on the adverse environmental effects. Being certified organic for over 20 years, sustainable agriculture is one thing that the Alvarez Family has embedded into their farming tradition. Biodiversity is something common in organic agriculture, but at Alvarez Organic Farms we heavily promote it. By specializing in over 200 varieties of peppers and 300 different varieties of vegetables, we built our own level.
Sidhu Farms – Puyallup
Sidhu Farms is a small family-run berry farm in the heart of the Puyallup Valley. Sidhu grows certified organic blueberries as well as raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, marionberries, boysenberries, tayberries, loganberries, red and black currants as well as gooseberries. A berry bonanza, with bargain prices.
Viva Farms – Mount Vernon
The Viva Farms Incubator started in 2009. The Port of Skagit leases 33 acres to Viva Farms that are subleased to new farmers to launch and grow their businesses. Viva minimizes prohibitive start-up costs by providing access to shared resources: education, training, equipment, technical assistance, capital, land, and markets. Ongoing agricultural and entrepreneurial support from Viva Farms’ staff, local agricultural support groups and peers increases the likelihood of early-stage success.
Cloud Mountain Farm Center – Everson
A nonprofit community farm center dedicated to providing hands-on learning experiences to aspiring farmers, experienced farmers, and home gardeners. We have more than 35 years’ experience, and by working together with people like you, we can keep our local food system healthy and thriving. Cloud Mountain conducts field trials to test different varieties and growing systems of fruit and vegetables in an ongoing effort to discover what grows well in our region and to expand farm and garden productivity for a year-round healthy food supply. We offer workshops and events for the public, and maintain a retail nursery.
Collins Family Orchard – Selah
A fourth generation family farm, our focus is the fruit. We offer a wide range of the most delicious varieties we can find, and we do things right — from planting to pruning to harvesting — to bring you the best fruit possible. For more than 100 years, Collins Family Orchards has been bringing you fruit with a-peel!