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Help support Common Threads and encourage our students' advocacy for nutrition and our local food system by purchasing some healthy local products made by local artisans! All proceeds will go to Common Threads to support their amazing programming at our school. Pick up at the end of the school day ... read more
Happy Valley FarmRaiser Spring 2016's Market
Locavore Meal Kit
Enjoy a locally sourced, hearty family meal! Kit will include ingredients for our favorite Smoked Salmon Chowder served with a Green Salad and crusty Breadfarm Rolls. See just how simple, fun + delicious it is to eat local and support dozens of local farmers and artisan producers with a single purchase. This is a great opportunity to see what our popular Locavore Boxes are all about. This Locavore Meal Kit includes local ingredients and a recipe to cook one dinner from scratch along. This kit will contain fish, gluten and dairy. *NOTE:: The image shown is representative of a full Locavore Box [5 meals] and not necessarily indicative of the type or amount of product that will come in the single Meal Kit.
All you need for a perfect, local PB&J! Blueberry jam from Bow Hill and a 1 lb jar of honey roasted peanut butter from Bellewood Acres.
Tony's Cafe Carmelita
12 oz, whole bean, roasted right here in Bellingham! Carmelita is Tony's "go-to brew" and is guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser.
Organic Blueberry Jam
Organic blueberry jam from Bow Hill Blueberries in Skagit Valley. Low sugar.
Bellingham Pasta Voucher
Good for 1 package of fresh pasta! Redeem at Bellingham, Anacortes, Mount Vernon or Everett Farmers Market booth. Gluten Free is $2 extra.
Organic Dried Blueberries
7 ounce bag of organic dried blueberries from Bow Hill Blueberries in Skagit Valley. No sugar, no oils, pure blueberries.
$20.00 Community Basket
Support the cause AND help your community! When you purchase a Community Basket, FarmRaiser purchases healthy, local food to give to your area food bank. The cause you are supporting keeps 50%, and the remainder goes to purchasing healthy local food for community members in need. Community baskets are a great way to support local causes while also supporting everyone's right to have access to healthy food.