What’s Fresh

Find a fresh sheet here each week — a list of what’s available at the stand, prices, and the farm that grows each item. Don’t see your favorite thing? Email us at roarseattle@gmail.com with requests and we’ll do our best to track it down!



Apples, honeycrisp – $2.50/pound – Collins Family Orchard, Selah

Apples, Tsugaru – $2.50/pound – Cloud Mountain Farm Center, Everson

Grapes, Jupiter table – $2.50/pound – Sauk Farm, Concrete

Watermelon – $1/pound – Magaña Farm, Sunnyside

Raspberries & Blueberries – $2.50/half pint – Sidhu Farms, Puyallup

Peaches, yellow, freestone – $2.25/pound – Collins Family Orchard, Selah

Plums & pluots – $2/pound – Amador Farm, Yakima & City Fruit, Seattle


Parsnips – $1.75/pound – Ralph’s Greenhouse, Mt. Vernon

Peanuts – $4.50/pound – Alvarez Organics, Mabton

Potatoes, new Red Thumb – $2/pound – Alvarez Organics, Mabton

Carrots – $2/bunch – Cabrera Farm, Skagit Valley

Onions, “Walla Walla” sweet – $1.30/pound – Cloud Mountain Farm Center, Everson & Alvarez Organics, Mabton

Garlic – $8/pound – The Crows Farm, Skagit Valley


Radicchio, Chioggia – $2.50/head – The Crows Farm, Skagit Valley

Rainbow Chard – $2/bunch – CityGrown, Seattle

Kale, Lacinato – $2/bunch – CityGrown, Seattle

Winter Squash, red kuri & spaghetti – $1.75/pound –

Leeks – $1.50/pound – Ralph’s Greenhouse, Mt. Vernon

Scallions – $1.50/bunch – CityGrown, Seattle

Sweet Corn – $.50/ear – Hopewell Farm, Everson

Summer Squash, 8-ball – $2.50/pound – Alvarez Organics

Mushrooms, shiitake – $8/pound – Cascadia Mushroom Company, Bellingham

Tomatoes, heirloom varieties – $3/pound – Xai Cha Farm, Woodinville & CityGrown, Seattle

Tomatoes, sungold cherry – $3/pint – Faithbeyond Farms, Enumclaw

Tomatillos – $3/pint – CityGrown, Seattle

Eggplant, Japanese – $3/pound – Xai Cha Farm, Woodinville



Check out The Beet, our veggie newsblog, for more info about featured farmers, upcoming events, and food justice news.

Looking for inspiration? The Recipes page has a few examples of how to prepare fresh produce; please email us your pics and recipes so we can share that collective wisdom with the community here!