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Behind the Food: Casa Rosa Farms Producer Profile

Behind the Food: Casa Rosa Farms

Full Circle works with the best farmers, ranchers and artisan producers in the industry to source only top-quality organic produce and other all-natural foods for our members. This week, we’re… Continue

Field Roast Producer Profile

Behind the Food: Field Roast

Full Circle works with the best farmers, ranchers and artisan producers in the industry to source only top-quality organic produce and other all-natural foods for our members. This week, we’re… Continue

Pride of the Umpqua's Harmon Walker

Meet a Full Circle Farmer: Pride of the Umpqua

The perfect tomato tastes of sunshine: juicy and exuberant, an encapsulation of all that is ripe and lovely about summer. And summertime is what’s inside each fresh, organic tomato from… Continue

Charlie's Produce

Meet a Full Circle Grower: Farmer’s Own Organics

The Farmer’s Own label started with a grower cooperative in Olympia called Farmer’s Wholesale Cooperative. Charlie’s Produce, a Seattle based distribution company, purchased the label in 1991 to provide a… Continue

Bruschetta

Master Your Kitchen In 9 Amazing Classes

These days every home cook with half a dozen delicious recipes thinks they belong on the Cooking Network challenging grand masters. There are so many cooking shows that Gordon Ramsey… Continue

Ralph's Greenhouse

Meet a Full Circle Farmer – Ralph’s Greenhouse

Ralph’s Greenhouse is a family farm located in Western Washington’s Skagit Valley. The de Vries family moved from the Netherlands in the late 1950’s. From 1960 to 1980 Ralph dairy… Continue

Sabatier Elephant Knife

5 Tips to Care for Your Knives

1. Start by treating them with respect Even with constant use a knife that is protected and handled with care can serve a chef/cook for 50 years or more. And… Continue

OPMA Farm landscape

Meet a Full Circle Farmer: Okanogan Producers Marketing Association

Organic Producers Marketing Association (OPMA) is a group of six farmers in Okanogan County who have joined together to form a co-op that allows them to pool their resources and… Continue

Compost

6 Tips to Eating More Sustainably for Earth Day

1. Delete the Meat! Meat production is inefficient and environmentally costly: It takes 1,799 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of beef, whereas most vegetable crops require only 38… Continue

Tieton Creamery herd

Meet a Full Circle Farmer: Tieton Farm and Creamery

Tieton Farm & Creamery is a 21-acre farm located in the beautiful Yakima Valley in Eastern Washington owned by Farmer Ruth Babcock and Cheese Maker Lori Babcock. Ruth Babcock graduated… Continue