1. Bowery Bagels

    Bowery Bagels

    (Portland, OR)

    Bowery Bagels in Portland, Oregon is creating Portland’s best Kosher bagels with delicious schmears and a full Stumptown barista set-up to boot. Brooklyn, N.Y. native Michael Madigan moved to Portland some 28 years ago and he had yet to find a bagel as perfect as the ones he enjoyed every Sunday with his family on the East Coast. Eager to take on the challenge, Madigan opened Portland’s premier New York style bagel bakery-meets-sandwich shop with an eclectic retail space featuring food products from local artisan producers who work out of KitchenCru. With one-of-a-kind special bagels mimicking classic sweet and savory flavor combinations as well as staple sandwiches featuring house roasted meats and house cured meats and fish, Bowery Bagels ups the ante when it comes to bagels in Portland. The beautiful shop is mirrored after a 1960’s New York bagel shop with custom tile works from the store’s namesake subway station.

  2. Don Froylan Creamery

    Don Froylan Creamery

    (Albany, OR)

    Don Froylan Creamery proudly produces the most authentic and highest quality Mexican line of cheese in the U.S. American Cheese Society winners include Queso Fresco, Queso Panela, Queso Botanero, and their distinguished hand stretched Queso Oaxaca.

  3. Durant Olive Mill

    Durant Olive Mill

    (Dayton, OR)

    Durant Olive Mill is the premier purveyor of estate-milled Extra Virgin Olive Oil and home to the only Olioteca (olive mill) in the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 2008, Durant Olive Mill is home to 17 acres of olive trees and a state-of-the-art Italian mill. Our oils are a premium blend of carefully sourced olives from our own grove in Oregon’s Dundee Hills and outstanding growers in Northern California.

  4. Face Rock Creamery

    Face Rock Creamery

    (Bandon, OR)

    Bandon Oregon has been home to cheese making since the 1800’s. According to Eileen at the city Museum there were 10 cheese makers in the area during the 1880’s. Since then, a series of fires and other troubles has repeatedly removed the cheesemaking industry from Bandon. But the cheesemakers always come back! In 2011, citizens teamed up with the city to reclaim an old property and bring cheesemaking back to Bandon — again! As the developers build, they are utilizing local staff wherever possible. The community involvement with the building and operation of the finished factory is expected to be high. We are ALL looking forward to that first bite of the reestablished cheese made in Bandon. The name of the factory is Face Rock Creamery; write it down, tell your friends. Let’s continue to support Bandon together!

  5. Frankie & Jo’s

    Frankie & Jo’s

    (Seattle, WA)

    At Frankie & Jo’s we want to radically shift the way you think about ice cream. The focus is simple- we use plant-based and gluten free ingredients to make the most delicious and creamy ice cream in the country using the highest quality and seasonal ingredients without the use of gums or stabilizers.

  6. Goose Point Oysters

    Goose Point Oysters

    (Bay Center, WA)

    Nisbet Oyster Co., Inc. is a privately held Washington State seafood farming, processing and marketing company located in Bay Center on the Willapa Bay, trading under the “Goose Point Oysters” brand since 1975.  Offerings include fresh and innovative value added shellfish products, specializing in oysters farmed on the outer south coast of Washington State. As a vertically integrated oyster hatchery, farm and processor, they’re very fortunate to sustainably grow and harvest their own oysters year-round. They produce and process a range of hand-shucked oyster meat sizes and packs, live and frozen in-shell Goose Point™ oysters, fresh BlueSeals™, naturally pre-shucked High Pressure Pasteurization oysters, and signature Oyster Shooters™. The pristine growing waters, SQF certified and inspected processing facility and novel processes mean that all of their products achieve the highest levels of and safety and quality.  Whether you’re a chef, retailer or distributor, they’re here to help.  Learn more at or visit at The Oystery™ on scenic coastal Highway 101.

  7. Ground Up PDX

    Ground Up PDX

    (Portland, OR)

    Ground Up PDX is a small-batch nut butter company with a mission to spread good by providing job skills training to women overcoming adversity in the Portland area. Our almond and cashew butters are free of added oils and sugars, and available in flavors such as Lavender Honey and Coconut Cardamom with Chia Seeds. Each batch is made from local ingredients where possible, and sweetened with just a touch of honey. Our new cookbook Nut Butter: Over 50 Clean and Simple Recipes to Fuel a Healthy Lifestyle is launching in September 2019.

  8. Honey Mama’s

    Honey Mama’s

    (Portland, OR)

    From our beginning, Honey Mama’s has tried to be the best at being ourselves, and to put that out to the world – a wonderful, healthy idea bringing a strong sense of celebration to nutritious eating. That spirit infuses everything we do as a company – each choice we make reflects on how well we are achieving our core values. We’re committed to using only the highest quality, direct–trade, non–GMO, and organic ingredients available and have developed long lasting relationships with suppliers, supporting the local economy as well as prioritizing non-toxic, nutrient-dense, flavor-rich foods that are grown using practices that sustain life, harmony and balance.

  9. Hoss Soss

    Hoss Soss

    (Salem, OR)

    Hoss Soss creates high quality hot sauces with Heat You Can Handle! Matt Kuerbis and Catharine Sutherland built Hoss Soss to solve a mouthwatering dilemma: how to find a hot sauce that spices things up without eclipsing every other taste on the plate and igniting a raging inferno in the belly? Don’t be afraid to pour Hoss Soss on everything — you’ll be amazed by the depth of flavor topped off with a kick of heat. Please enjoy what one reviewer called “one of the coolest, stand alone, unique sauces I have tasted in a very long time!”

  10. Jacobsen Salt Co.

    Jacobsen Salt Co.

    (Portland, OR)

    Founded in 2011, Jacobsen Salt Co. is the first company to harvest salt in the Pacific Northwest since Lewis & Clark built their salt works in 1805. Since then Jacobsen Salt Co. has transformed from a local, small business to a nationally recognized brand as America’s leading salt maker. Harvested from the cold, pristine waters of Netarts Bay on the Oregon Coast, our flake and kosher sea salts have garnered worldwide favor for their beautiful presentation and pure taste by professional chefs and home cooks alike.

  11. Kate’s Ice Cream

    Kate’s Ice Cream

    (Portland, OR)

    Kate’s Ice Cream is a plant-based and gluten-free ice cream company in Portland, OR. Founded by Katelyn Williams in an effort to make an ice cream everyone can enjoy, Kate’s collaborates with local makers and PNW farms to create delicious seasonal ice creams. Find their scoops, pints, and waffle cones at local events around Portland.

  12. La Mariposa

    La Mariposa

    (B Albany, OR)

    One of Albany’s best kept secrets is the fact it is home to not one but two great cheese makers. You can find La Mariposa and Ochoa’s Querseria cooperatively sharing the same equipment and making high quality cheese in a little cheese factory nestled between historic down town Albany and the breath taking Willamette River.

  13. Mizuba Tea Co.

    Mizuba Tea Co.

    (Portland, OR)

    Committed to pure and traditional, farm-direct Uji Japanese matcha green tea, Mizuba Tea Co.® stands to honor the beautiful craft of shade-grown and stone-milled matcha! Based in Portland, Oregon Mizuba shares how exceptional matcha can be made accessible and enjoyed by all. Mizuba is the matcha of choice for over 200 specialty coffee shops nationwide and has been featured in publications such as Vogue Magazine, Vanity Fair, The Washington Post, Edible Magazine,, etc. Mizuba is recognized by our matcha producers via the Kyoto Chamber of Commerce as one of America’s only “official Uji-cha Tea Dealers.”

  14. Nineteen27 S’mores

    Nineteen27 S’mores

    (Portland, OR)

    Using a variety of flavorful handmade grahams, marshmallows and spreads, Nineteen27 presents gourmet s’mores. Nineteen27 S’mores partners with other local purveyors for a Portland take on our camping favorites! Flavors such as Bourbon Salted Caramel using Bull Run Distillery’s Double Barrel Bourbon or Raspberry with real Oregon raspberries are just some of the treats. Each s’more is roasted to order using a culinary torch and served to you in a pastry bag for convenient munching.

  15. NOLA Doughnuts

    NOLA Doughnuts

    (Lake Oswego, OR)

    Since 2014, NOLA Doughnuts has been adorning the Portland area with its handcrafted La’ssant doughnuts, New Orleans classic beignets, chicory coffee, small batch pralines, and smooth, rich gourmet hot chocolate accompanied by house made marshmallows. The La’ssant dough is crafted over a three day period using a layering technique commonly found in French croissant making. Throughout this delicate three-day process, the dough is able to build a great complexity of flavor and by using only the finest grass fed European butter, the dough also develops a deep richness, a tender interior, and flakey exterior. Our newest location, in the heart of downtown Portland’s Pearl District, offers a complete espresso bar with many selections being influenced by its New Orleans roots.

  16. Petunia’s Pies & Pastries

    Petunia’s Pies & Pastries

    (Portland, OR)

    Petunia’s Pies & Pastries is a flourishing gluten free and vegan baking business that was started from the ground up by its current owner, Lisa Clark. Lisa creates a plethora of innovative pastries, desserts and savory dishes featuring fresh, seasonal, local and wholesome ingredients that are ENTIRELY gluten free and vegan. Petunia’s Pies & Pastries® treats are available at the downtown brick and mortar bakery, in many major Portland area retailers, by order for weddings and events and to ship across the country. Lisa and Petunia’s Pies & Pastries® have been featured in Food & Wine, Bon Appétit and Sunset magazines, The New York Times, and has competed on The Cooking Channel’s Sugar Showdown. Lisa loves the challenge of creation out of necessity, and to show people how to enjoy the sweeter side in life!

  17. Pinolo Gelato

    Pinolo Gelato

    (Portland, OR)

    Pinolo Gelato opened its doors in Southeast Portland’s popular Division neighborhood on the first day of summer 2015. With Pisa-born native Sandro Paolini at the helm, the Rose City was treated to authentic, handmade Italian gelato. Using traditional gelato making methods he learned from his hometown, Sandro and his team create simple, authentic Italian gelatos like Fior de Latte, Cioccolato, Pistachio, Stracciatella and Hazelnut, as well as dairy free sorbettos made with fresh seasonal fruits from nearby farms. But Pinolo’s cult-like fanbase will tell you that Sandro’s seasonal specials based on classic Italian desserts are where his creative genius and attention to detail really shine. Pinolo’s goal is to source the best varieties of ingredients in order to respect tradition and make the finest quality gelato—like it used to be.
  18. Portland Creamery

    Portland Creamery

    (Portland, OR)

    Portland Creamery believes in producing simple, excellent, handcrafted goat cheese for the Portland community and beyond. The creamery prides itself on creating a fresh and creamy goat cheese that appeals to a wide range of personal palates.

  19. Rogue Creamery

    Rogue Creamery

    (Central Point, OR)

    Inspired by a sense of place for over 85 years, Rogue Creamery draws from the beauty and flavors of Southern Oregon’s Rogue River Valley to create organic, handcrafted cheeses that have won international acclaim. Our award-winning blues and cheddars are made with milk from our USDA Certified Organic dairy farm, where our cows graze in pastures that border the rugged Rogue River. Rogue Creamery: people dedicated to sustainability, service, and the art and tradition of creating the world’s finest organic, handmade cheese.

  20. Ruby Jewel Ice Cream

    Ruby Jewel Ice Cream

    (Portland, OR)

    Ruby Jewel was founded in 2004 at the Portland Farmers’ Market by sisters Lisa Herlinger and Becky Burnett and has grown to include four Portland ice cream shops. The shops feature ice cream sandwiches made to order; ice cream cones and sundaes with rotating seasonal ice cream flavors; and classic ice cream flavors, including Oregon Strawberry, Cookies & Cream, Caramel with Salted Dark Chocolate, Oregon Mint Flake and Double Chocolate. Ruby Jewel ice cream is proudly made using local and thoughtfully sourced ingredients and supports community and educational organizations, local farmers and makers, and creates a work environment that is fair and equitable. Ruby Jewel ice cream sandwiches are available at grocers and attractions throughout the Pacific Northwest, including New Seasons Market, Whole Foods, PCC Markets, Food Front, Fred Meyer, Safeway, and seasonally at the MODA Center, Century Link Field (Seattle), OMSI and the Oregon Zoo.
  21. Sharetea


    (Beaverton, OR)

    Founded in 1992 in Taiwan, Sharetea offers tea based drinks with ingredients shipped directly from Taiwan along with ingredients sourced locally to ensure all products are fresh and of the highest quality. Every drink is hand crafted for each customer and made to their specifications. The Beaverton location is focused on family: family owned and designed for the family in mind. Located in Cedar Hills Crossing, the store is located in a safe and convenient shopping center with ample parking, family friendly games, a large customer gathering area, and surrounded by numerous retail shops. The brother team of owners, Hubert and Albert Liu, are in the store daily to ensure the quality stays high and to stay connected with the local community. We are always seeking local businesses and organizations to support and collaborate with in our store. We look forward to seeing you at Feast and in our Beaverton store!

  22. Small Barrel Shrub Natural Balsamic Soda

    Small Barrel Shrub Natural Balsamic Soda

    (Portland, OR)

    At Drink Shrub we challenge the premise that soft drinks should feel juvenile. We believe mindful consumers should have access to the craft spirit of our region normally reserved for beer, wine, and spirits, but in a ‘zero proof’ beverage. Our complex and delicious concoctions exude sophistication via our innovative use of twelve-year aged Italian balsamic vinegar; eliminating the need for refined sugars or chemical preservatives. A “mocktail in a bottle,” our product consists of three simple ingredients: flavored white balsamic vinegar, coconut water, and lightly carbonated water. Offered in four flavor profiles, we invite you to celebrate without sacrifice.

  23. Smith Teamaker

    Smith Teamaker

    (Portland, OR)

    Smith Teamaker celebrates 10 years as an industry leader in the premium tea category in 2019. Since 2009, the brand has revolutionized the premium tea industry with its mission to elevate the American tea experience by creating teas made with transparency, exceptional blending technique and constant innovation. Beloved for brewing up uncommon, curated teas and herbal infusions, the experts at Smith continue to develop teas made in small batches at its Portland headquarters and tasting room, where they source, blend, manufacture, pack and ship all under one roof. Smith was founded by the late legendary entrepreneur of this generation, Steve Smith, who was the founding craftsman behind two of the nation’s biggest tea brands, Stash and Tazo. Steve Smith’s legacy is carried on by Head Teamaker Ravi Kroesen, who brings more than 20 years of tea experience and shares Steve Smith’s passion for transparency to the source. Smith is available online at and in select hotels, restaurants, retail and specialty grocery stores across the nation.

  24. Tân Tân Cafe and Delicatessen

    Tân Tân Cafe and Delicatessen

    (Beaverton, OR)

    Bringing flavors made popular from their restaurants to home cooks, the family behind Beaverton’s iconic Tân Tân Cafe introduces the first Certified Vegan and Gluten-Free Certified Vietnamese sauces on the retail market. The lineup includes Hoisin Sauce, Peanut Sauce, Sweet “Fish” Sauce, and Mom’s Hot Chili Sauce which are great for marinades, stir-fry, dipping, finishing and are delicious with just about everything. The entire line of sauces are available at all New Seasons Markets as well as other local purveyors. Proudly woman/minority/immigrant-owned, “Tan Tan” means “New Beginnings” and the Tân Tân Family looks forward to Getting Saucy with you! 

  25. Taylor Shellfish Farms

    Taylor Shellfish Farms

    (Shelton, WA)

    Taylor Shellfish Farms is the largest producer of farmed shellfish in the United States. Under the leadership of the Taylor family, our business has grown to over 750 dedicated employees and 15,000 acres of owned and leased tidelands in the Puget Sound, Hood Canal, Willapa Bay and British Columbia. We also operate hatchery and nursery facilities in Quilcene, Hawaii and California, as well as a shellfish distribution business in Hong Kong and 4 Seattle area Oyster Bars. We grow multiple species of oysters, along with clams, mussels and geoduck. We’ve dedicated over 120 years to perfecting and innovating the art of mariculture and we pride ourselves on providing the freshest shellfish experience.

  26. Tea Bar

    Tea Bar

    (Portland, OR)

    Tea Bar was founded in late 2014 by CEO Erica Indira Swanson with a simple mission: to make high-quality tea feel more approachable to everyone. Their organic and fair trade teas are sourced from family farms all over the world and contain zero powders or artificial flavors. Tea Bar has continued its mission by expanding to four locations in the Portland area and, through collaborations and events, is passionate about cultivating a strong community centered around tea.

  27. Villa Jerada

    Villa Jerada

    (Seattle, WA)

    Villa Jerada is a Seattle-based artisanal food company that specializes in Moroccan and Levantine pantry essentials. We source and create a line of award-winning gourmet spice blends and rubs, high quality single origin spices and organic olive oils such as our famed Harissa, Ras El Hanout, Dukkah, Aleppo, and Sumac. We proudly work closely with chefs around the PNW and nationwide and share our humble culinary heritage. We are also proud to be a bridge between the Moroccan olive oil makers, saffron farmers and the American market.

  28. The Water Kefir People

    The Water Kefir People

    (Bend, OR)

    The Water Kefir People handcrafts six delicious sparkling Water Kefir flavors here in the PNW. All of our beverages are traditionally fermented using real organic fruits, roots, herbs and botanicals. Each bottle of Water Kefir contains billions of LIVE probiotics with a wide variety of probiotic strains. We first started selling our Water Kefir at farmers markets in Hawaii where we perfected each recipe before moving all of our production to Oregon. Our original mission still holds true today, to create the tastiest, highest quality Water Kefir on the planet!

  29. Willamette Valley Cheese Co.

    Willamette Valley Cheese Co.

    (Salem, OR)

    Willamette Valley Cheese is owned by Rod Volbeda, and makes handmade cheeses including Gouda, Havarti, Jack, Cheddar, Brie, Fontina and Mozzarella. Rod has a passion for producing the highest quality handmade cheese.

  30. Xocolatl de Davíd

    Xocolatl de Davíd

    (Portland, OR)

    David Briggs is the Owner and Chocolatier of Xocolatl de Davíd in Portland, Oregon. While mainly growing up in the Bay Area, he did spend four of his younger years living in Australia and Singapore. This led to extensive travels through Asia, which heavily influenced both his childhood and culinary interests. After working in kitchens in Napa and Portland, David set out to work on his pet project, Xocolatl de Davíd, full time. While exploring the savory side of chocolate and using ingredients like bacon, foie gras, Parmigiano-Reggiano and sourdough bread (although not all together), he has created a chocolate style that is distinctly his own. Xocolatl de Davíd has won four Good Food Awards and seven International Chocolate Awards for David’s creative blend of unconventional ingredients with single origin chocolates. David Lives in Portland with his hairless cat Frida.

  31. Zenner’s Sausage Company

    Zenner’s Sausage Company

    (Portland, OR)

    Authentic, original and hand-crafted with care in small batches; Zenner’s has been producing quality sausages and smoked meats in Portland for over 90 years. To this day, Zenner’s hand-blends spices, grinds top quality cuts of local meat and slow smoked sausages over real hardwood to perfection. From traditional frankfurters and brats to Cajun andouille & spicy chorizo to a wide assortment of breakfast sausages; in all, Zenner’s produces over forty unique products, as well as custom recipes for Portland’s top chefs. We firmly believe in supporting our local community, businesses and sports teams and as such, Zenner’s is the official sausage of the Timbers, Blazers, Hillsboro Hops and Portland Pickles. Zenner’s is Oregon made, crafted with care and always delicious!