The premium soils of the Pacific Northwest combined with warm days and cold nights make ideal conditions for growing a variety of unique, fresh fruit and produce items. We partner with growers around the world to offer flavorful produce your customers will love.
The Chocolate Persimmon is a unique variety of the Japanese persimmon. It’s oblong with a bright red skin and speckled brown flesh which darkens as it reaches maturity. The flavorful Chocolate Persimmon is ready to eat when the fruit is firm. The fruit becomes much sweeter and juicier as it softens and ripens.
The Hawaiian ginger root, with a rich yellow flesh color, has a pungent flavor. The root has tan skin, ivory to pale green flesh, and a peppery, slightly sweet flavor with a fresh spicy aroma. Whole fresh roots provide the freshest taste. Ginger is usually grated into everything from teriyaki sauce to cakes.
This Hawaiian ginger is certified organic. The Hawaiian ginger root, with a rich yellow flesh color, has a pungent flavor. The root has tan skin, ivory to pale green flesh, and a peppery, slightly sweet flavor with a fresh spicy aroma. Whole fresh roots provide the freshest taste. Ginger is usually grated into everything from teriyaki sauce to cakes.
The natural sweetness of Hawaiian Purple Sweet Potatoes is a staple of Hawaiian cuisine. Although the skin can be light brown or almost white, the flesh is a deep purple when cooked. They are flavorful with a unique, sweet yet earthy taste and a creamy flavor and texture. They’re sweeter than the more common orange sweet potatoes.
Grown near Mt. Hood in Oregon, the Lady Apple is only available in limited quantities during the fall. The flavor of this juicy apple ranges from tart to sweet and its size varies from 1 inch to 2.5 inches in diameter.
Oregon's chestnuts are certified by The Food Alliance as "sustainably grown". The chestnuts have a polished and deep sheen appearance without any additives. The meat has a buttery taste that is enhanced when roasted. A limited offering is available November through December.
Rambutan is one of the most exotic fruits in the world. The fruit is oval and approximately 1 - 2 inches long with a thin rind covered with multiple tubercles which look like spines. Remove the skin to reach the juicy, milky-white flesh which is translucent surrounding a central seed. Rambutan is usually sweet though some are sweet and sour. It also has many nutritional benefits.
Luscious, sweet, succulent blackberries are summer delicacies. Their flavor is milder than raspberries. Each blackberry is a cluster of tiny, juicy black sections. Blackberries are packed with numerous vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber essential for optimum health. Like raspberries, they’re delightful fresh, mixed with other berries, or cooked into pancakes or desserts.
Blueberries are loved for their sweet taste, aroma and unique indigo-blue color. Blueberries are a very good source of vitamin K, vitamin C, and manganese. They’re also prized for their extremely high levels of antioxidants. Blueberries are wonderful fresh by the handful and often used in baking—from pancakes to biscuits, muffins and desserts. Their firm skin helps them stay fresh longer than raspberries or blackberries.
Raspberries are a tender, juicy berry. They boast a distinctive flavor that is both sweet and tart. These berries offer a punch of flavor and important nutrients for a healthy diet. Serve them fresh with cream and sugar, add them to cereal or pancakes, or cook them down for a jam or sauce to intensify the flavor. A single serving of raspberries is high in fiber with half the daily recommended allowance of vitamin C, plus other important nutrients like folate, iron, and calcium.