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Salmonberry Family Box
Salmonberry Family Box
Salmonberry Family Box

Salmonberry Family Box

Large-size version of the Salmonberry Farm Box. Our weekly selection of the best farmers market haul for 3-4 people. Truly seasonal regional produce, directly from our favorite small family farms:

We regularly work with Colin & Genine at Kirsop Farm (Tumwater, WA); Joseph and Asha at Wobbly Cart (Rochester, WA); Brian Collins of Collins Family Orchards (Selah, WA); Melissa and Josh of Newaukum Valley (Rochester, WA); Amy and Jacob of Boldly Grown (Everson, WA), and more, depending on the season. 

We almost always include 1 lb. mushrooms from Rowan and Will at Sno Valley Mushrooms (Duvall, WA), 1 dozen eggs from Stokesberry Sustainable Farm, and fresh microgreen and culinary herb mixes from our own Salmonberry herb garden.  

Subscriptions include options of the following: Wildflower Honey Granola, Baker's Box, Buckwheat Banana Bread, Willpower Chai, or Farm-to-table Kombucha.

Imperfect Produce is a venture-backed Silicon Valley-based startup that takes away business from independent farms, disrupting the CSA model with well-marketed sales of cheap, poor quality commercially grown produce.

We buy from small, independent, organic or organic-practice family-operated stewards of the land here in the Puget Sound region. Vote with your dollar and have it feed you with beautiful nutrient- and flavor-dense crops that didn"t travel across the country, but were grown by your neighbor with care for the soil and love for the earth.

Produce Sourcing

Imperfect Produce is a venture-backed Silicon Valley-based startup that takes away business from independent farms, disrupting the CSA model with well-marketed sales of cheap, poor quality commercially grown produce.

We buy from small, independent, organic or organic-practice family-operated stewards of the land here in the Puget Sound region. Vote with your dollar and have it feed you with beautiful nutrient- and flavor-dense crops that didn"t travel across the country, but were grown by your neighbor with care for the soil and love for the earth.