Produce Pipeline: 1 Million Boxes
July 16, 2020

Play Video

Over 1 Million USDA Farmers to Family Food Boxes Distributed!

Monday, July 16, marked 1 MILLION U.S. Department of Agriculture Farmers to Families Food Boxes that have been distributed to families across the Northwest. We are in our ninth week of distribution which equates to over 2 million pounds weekly. To commemorate this milestone Senator Ron Wyden helped hand out boxes at St. Anthony Catholic Community in Tigard, Oregon.

Local Picks

Click Here for Full Local Lists


Best In Season

  • 23919 Keitt Mango 6ct
  • 25933 Red Long Hot Pepper 6#
  • 23993 Maryhill Peaches 44ct
  • 23941 Walla Walla Onions 40#


Fun Stuff

  • 20729 Pitted Dates 12/120oz
  • 20663 Organic Bi Color Corn 48ct
  • 21864 Samba Papaya 8/9ct
  • 29869 Nectaberry 4/3cup


Coming Soon

  • New crop of NW Colored Potatoes will be here next week 
  • NW Carrots will be starting next week, but will be limited based off availability. 
  • Washington Nectarines and Donut Peaches should be arriving in 1-2 weeks. 
  • Local Bell Peppers will be coming soon. 

Market Update

Local Farms: Western Washington had a unusually rainy June which has not only damaged crops but pushed back planting/harvesting for the remainder of the season.  This is the first week of good weather temp/sunwise that we’ll see volumes start picking back up mid August. 

Pineapple: We are seeing steady supplies with good quality which is making the market firm up a bit. 

Strawberries: The strawberry market is very short due to high demand and warm growing area temperatures. 

Citrus (Lemons): The lemon markets is active and firm on fancy grade. Choice market is still looking steady. More supplies will be available out of the Oxnard/Ventura area. 

Potatoes: There is a limited supplies of 40 CT – 70 CT on the market. USDA box demand has tightened up availability on non-a sized russets. New crop will be available in early August.


Subscribe to

* indicates required