January is flying by, and we’re still basking in the grateful glow a new year brings with it.
So to keep the goodwill going, we’re celebrating seven well-known, local suppliers who provide Farm to Fit with the fresh, quality ingredients needed to make our meals delicious, sustainable, and healthy!
Sauvie Island Growers
“Sauvie Island Growers sells high quality produce to local Portland restaurants, college/corporate campuses, and grocery/coops…
…We grow over 50 different crops and have well over 200 unique varieties that provide the very best in taste, texture, aroma, vigor, and visual appeal.
We enjoy growing limited amounts of specialty items that add unique variety to our restaurant offerings. “
Gathering Together Farms
“Over thirty years ago, John, Sally, and a few friends started Gathering Together Farm to provide one local restaurant with a wider selection of organic produce than was available at the time.
Since then, GTF has become so much more, providing some of the finest organic produce in the Willamette Valley to farmers markets, restaurants, grocery stores, and through CSA and our own restaurant.
Beyond taking care of the land, growing good food, and supporting our employees with home-cooked meals every day, we are proud to play an interactive role in our community by collaborating with both students and researchers. From simple school projects and interactive tour groups to statewide breeding and dry-farming trials, we maintain our original mission to gather together over good food.”
“The Portland Seedhouse was founded in 2014 in Portland Oregon, where it maintains a diverse seedbank of culturally significant varieties with remarkable flavors and stories.
We find and breed rare, diverse and resilient seed varieties with the most wonderful flavors for farmers, gardeners and seed savers alike.
Thank you for supporting biodiversity!”
Whole30 Approved: Tails & Trotters
“Inspired by the regional cured hams of Europe, Tails & Trotters is the Pacific Northwest’s first signature pork producer developed from pork finished on local hazelnuts.”
“Tails & Trotters partners with Pure Country Pork in Ephrata, Washington, a second-generation family farm whose larger clients include Puget Consumer Coop and New Seasons. Pure Country Pork operates on a production system certified by the Food Alliance for sustainable practices and has third-party verification for non-GMO feeds. “
Plant-based: Earthly Gourmet
“Earthly Gourmet is a wholesale distributor of vegan, gluten-free, & raw gourmet foods, catering to restaurants, bakeries, independent cafes, food carts, food processors, and natural food stores along the I-5 corridor (currently servicing Oregon, Washington, Northern California, and Idaho).
We strive to bring independent businesses naturally flavorful foods, consisting of only the highest quality ingredients, from independent, artisan food makers while remaining compassionate to all living beings and the environment in the process.”
Retail partner: Dana’s Healthy Home⇒
Other meats and goodies: SP Provisions
“We are committed to running a smooth and sustainable supply chain so our clients can put the freshest goods from the finest local farms in front of their customers. This also adds value to the local economy while reducing our global footprint. When we commit to our neighbors, our community flourishes.
SP Provisions is committed to ethical and humane treatment of animals. We conduct our business with a thoughtful, minimally processed approach that supports a regional, renewable resource in a respectful manner.”
“Grand Central Bakery ignited a bread revolution in 1989 by introducing rustic artisan loaves to Northwest tables. Values are at the heart of our company and sustainability touches everything we do – from where we buy ingredients to how we care for our employees and invest in our communities.
Our hand-crafted artisan breads and pastries are beloved locally and recognized nationally.
As the first Pacific Northwest bakery to become a Certified B Corporation, Grand Central Bakery is part of a global movement of purpose-driven businesses dedicated to social and environmental issues.”
Farm to Fit 2021
Signature Menu Meals
Signature Breakfast Sandwich
Start with a whole wheat English muffin, then melt gouda cheese over a caramelized-onion and egg disk, and top it all off with roasted red bell pepper & Canadian bacon. That’s what we call healthy morning munchies on the go!
Signature Tortilla Espanola
Salud! Start your morning in shades of Spain with a slice of our Tortilla Espanola, smeared with lemon-sweet paprika cream and finished with Canadian bacon.
Signature Chicken & Shrimp Paella
Saffron, Spanish rice, stir-fried vegetables, and seared chicken and shrimp. One of the world’s favorite one-dish meals, delivered to your door.
Signature Farm to Fit Kitchen Salad
A tangy, protein-packed lunch. Grilled chicken breast, BBQ-spiced garbanzo beans, edamame, and fresh veggies. Sprinkled with blue cheese and zesty house dressing.
Signature Beef Tuscan Stew
Stay warm until Spring’s here with a hearty bowl of our Tuscan style beef stew, complete with creamy polenta and wilted greens.
Signature Poached Salmon
A perfectly poached salmon fillet with a dill reduction drizzle. Served with a side of simple mashed potatoes and quick braised vegetables.
Fancy? Delicious? Easy?
Yes, yes, and always.
What People are Saying
“I am loving the meals!”
“Everything is so good and I’m trying and enjoying things I’ve never tried before. Eating is fun again!” – C.P.
“I have lost 53 pounds so far because of Farm to Fit.”
“After 9 months on Farm to Fit, my doctor now says I am no longer pre-diabetic.” – H.N
“I appreciate the variety.”
“Also, I noticed the ingredients on the nutrition labels which helps educate me as well as confirm that your ingredients are healthy and wisely sourced.” – K.S.
“I LOVE Farm to Fit.”
The meals are fantastic, and the customer service has always been outstanding… It’s like the best aspects of cooking at home and eating out combined.” – J.L.
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FRIDAY 3 PM
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