Articles tagged with "Washington"
Hummus' rising popularity increased chickpea farming in states like Washington and Idaho, where about two-thirds of the nation's supply is grown.
Top Pot Doughnuts will open a new location above Post Alley in Seattle, selling pastries and sandwiches to ferry passengers and pedestrians.
Daniel Washam started making hard cider for his wife and co-workers last year, which turned into his business, D's Wicked Cider.
Beef sales to Japan from Oregon, Washington and Idaho totaled more than 3.2 million pounds during the 2013 marketing efforts by the three states and the U.S. Meat Export Federation.
Mirracole Morsels bakery in Kingston, Wash., best known for its granola and trail mixes, has gone gluten-free.
The Pacific Northwest offers an array of cheeses from small-scale, family farms that boast high-quality production.
Fonté Café, across from the Seattle Art Museum on First Avenue, is the first cafe for Fonté Coffee, which has been roasting coffee beans in Georgetown for two decades.
Some small craft brewers are having trouble securing hops for their beers, even though Washington state farmers have boosted production of the crop in recent years.
Zoopa, the first organic buffet style restaurant, will open its doors in Tukwila, Wash., January 2014.
Lively Olive in Port Townsend, Wash., opened in the beginning of December and offers 30 varieties of oils and vinegars, along with gourmet olive oil tastings.
Seattle bar Sun Liquor will start bottling its signature eggnog.
Inventure Foods plans to purchase two state-of-the-art IQF (Individually Quick Frozen) freezing tunnels for an estimated total purchase price of $3.9 million in 2014.
New organic juice and smoothie bar Blend Urban Juicery is now open in Seattle.
Bill the Butcher, with six "new-school" butcher shops in Seattle, has launched its redesigned website and simultaneously introduced a new logo.
Starbucks opened its second Teavana tea bar in Seattle, an expanded version of the traditional mall stores it acquired in last year’s $616 million acquisition.
Theo Chocolate is expanding distribution beyond the U.S. to retailers in Canada.
After a fire closed the Rill Foods Grocery in Thorp, Wash., owner Ninon Wheatley kept the soup business going with Rill Specialty Foods.
More than 90 tons of prepackaged salads and sandwiches were recalled by a Richmond, Calif., catering company because a bacterial strain of E. coli has been linked to its products.
The ballot measure requiring labeling of genetically modified foods sold in Washington was defeated Nov. 5.
Seattle Chocolate Company is expanding its signature chocolate truffle bar line and increasing retail availability for its chocolates along the West Coast.
Korean BBQ Crunchy Chickpeas
by Saffron Road Foods