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Chukar Cherries, Seattle, took home silver in the Food Processor of the Year category at the 2013 Washington Manufacturing Awards.
Favorable weather in Washington state has given Walla Walla sweet onion growers there a leg up during the 2013 production season.
This year, the Beaverton, Ore., farmers market will operate a “Local Liquid” garden which features beer, spirits and wine.
brokerage Madison Lane, Portland, Ore., recently signed an agreement to represent The Deli Source.
"Suspended coffee," in which a customer buys an extra cup of joe that a business will give to a future customer in need, has been making a worldwide comeback.
Washington state growers and packers expect to see volumes of asparagus pick up in the next few days after a halting start to the 2013 season caused by cool weather.
Starbucks plans to introduce branded coffee kiosks, called "signature aisles," to supermarkets across the U.S. in the coming months.
Convenient and encouraging of a healthy lifestyle, accompanying grocery stores are the latest must-have amenity for high-rise residents.
California dominates the list of 109 finalists for Part 1 of this year’s sofi Awards competition, with 38 specialty foods and beverages from the state selected by a national panel of specialty food experts this month.
The chocolatier debuts wedding-specific offerings.
Übrlocal is a Seattle organization that aims to provide a network for urban growers and producers to connect with local consumers.
Seattle's food forest will be filled with edible plants, and everything from pears to herbs will be free for the taking.
Demitri’s Gourmet, Seattle, introduces new all-natural Traditional Margarita Mix.
Meianna Bakery & Cafe, Portland, OR, creates confections with inspiration from Japan, France and Hong Kong.
Northwest specialty food brokerage Madison Lane will begin representing Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company in Oregon and Washington.
Baristas Coffee Company is rolling out its collection of coffee ice cream.
Restaurants are starting to see the benefits of a mobile operation.
It's the city's first completely gluten-free bakery.
Cherries has helped three nonprofits through its Social Responsibility Program in 2012.
Over the past three years, the Portland, OR district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration has helped 17 breweries obtain start-up or expansion loans totaling more than $14 million.
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