PCC produce: meet our growers

Fresh, organic produce is one of PCC's hallmarks. We're proud of the fruit and vegetables you'll find in our stores. We couldn't do it without the relationships we've built over the years with our fine team of local farmers, some of whom farm organic farmland preserved for future generations by the PCC Farmland Trust.

We hope you enjoy getting to know the men and women behind our spectacular produce!

Full Circle

You'll find remarkably fresh produce from Full Circle throughout PCC, from their ever-popular mesclun salad mix to kales, chards and braising greens.

GROW bananas

When is a banana more than a banana? When it's raised by farmers who are treated fairly and given opportunity and respect.

Inaba Produce Farms

Growers of delicious, organically grown asparagus, watermelon and green beans from sunny Eastern Washington.

Johansen Ranch

Rich Johansen grows our juicy, organic Satsuma mandarins and Navel oranges within sight of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountain range.

Nash's Organic Produce

Nash Huber and his team work more than 200 acres of rich, organic soil in the Dungeness River Delta, on the north Olympic Peninsula, growing delightfully sweet carrots that kids and adults adore.

Origin Organic Farms

Origin Organic Farms produces rich, flavorful, organic tomatoes inside 33 acres of greenhouses.

Pride of the Umpqua Organic Produce

Inhale the scent of local, organic slicing tomatoes from our grower in Oregon's sunbelt. They're a family tradition.

Ralph's Greenhouse

Tender, glowy and sweet, the fresh organic leeks from Ralph's Greenhouse are a treat in winter soups and salads. Get to know the "Leek King."

Rent's Due Ranch

It's fair to say that PCC wouldn't be what we are today without the produce grown by Mike Shriver and his team at Rent's Due Ranch.

River Valley Organics

George and Apple Otte grow crunchy local and organic apples and pears, just right to eat out of hand or transform into a fragrant fruit crisp.

Scott Leach Orchards

Taste the crisp delights from Scott Leach's organic apple and pear orchards.

Twin Springs Farm

In search of the plumpest, perfect peach? Look no farther than grower Bob Berryman's local orchards.


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Meet Joe Hardiman. He's PCC's longtime produce merchandiser, which means long days on the phone talking with farmers to make sure the fruits and vegetables you find at your local store are of the highest quality and fresh as can be.

He's proud to report that more than 90 percent of our produce is organic, and much of it hails from farms right here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

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