PCC Produce: fresh, local, organic
Explore our produce department by clicking the links below. You'll find recipes, selection and storage tips, and profiles of many of our growers. Curious what locally grown and organic produce is in season right now? Check out our seasonal produce chart!
From great relationships, great quality
Did you know more than 90 percent of our produce is organic? PCC makes it happen by maintaining close relationships with growers both local and farther afield to connect you with the best-tasting, freshest fruits, vegetables and culinary herbs possible. Learn more about our quality standards.
Our Northwest producers
We support many local growers, including: Farmer Nash Huber of Nash’s Organic Produce (Sequim, Wash.); farmer Mike Shriver of Rent’s Due Ranch (Stanwood, Wash.); Farmers Andrew Stout and Wendy Munroe of Full Circle in Carnation, Wash.; The Inaba family of Inaba Farms in Wapato, Wash.; Pride of the Umpqua Organic Produce (Roseburg, Ore.); and many more. See all our growers »
We support local agriculture
PCC Farmland Trust secures, preserves and stewards threatened farmland in the Northwest, to ensure that generations of local farmers productively farm it using sustainable, organic growing methods. The Trust takes its mission one step further than most land trusts by working to place farmers on the property, actively producing food for the local community. Learn more about PCC Farmland Trust »
PCC is committed to supporting local farmers through the Puget Sound Fresh program. By participating in this program — and by featuring fresh, locally grown produce in our stores — we are working to raise awareness of the importance of local, family-owned farms throughout the Puget Sound area. Learn more about Puget Sound Fresh »
PCC supports Washington organic farmers through Tilth Producers of Washington, an organization that fosters and promotes ecologically sound, sustainable agriculture. Learn more at www.tilthproducers.org »