Support Local Food & Beverage Women Makers & Save 20% Off Select Products
There is a strong and growing community of women owned businesses across Oregon thanks to our Amplify Partners, OEN, Xcelerate for Women, Built Oregon, and others. We want to thank all of our customers that support these amazing entrepreneurs in realizing their full potential. Through this month long promotion, we hope to introduce you to the exciting flavors and provide opportunities to experience the amazing products that we’re proud to support on our shelve. Make sure to look for the Women-Owned Business icon on tags throughout the store.
We are celebrating Women’s History Month with 20% off select products! Stop by your Market and pick out some of your favorites or try something new! The sale runs February 28th thru March 26th.
Secret Aardvark sauces can be found in over 5,000 roadhouses, eateries, and groceries across the nation. Some flavors are sophisticated and classic, while others are fun and unexpected.
Secret Aardvark – Portland
In an effort to combat a life-long struggle with indigestion and heartburn, Sascha Archer turned to drinking vinegars, but found the flavor and acidity hard to stomach. That’s when she started experimenting with fruits, spices, and herbs from her garden mixed with apple cider vinegar.
Sauvie Shrubs – Portland
Saëna Baking Co. offers a range of high-quality products to complement their macaron mix, including a buttercream frosting mix and flavor extracts. Razi Nassib uses only the best ingredients for all Saëna products, often scouring the earth to find them.
Saëna Baking Co. – Portland
Pink Cloud is a Premium Non-Alcoholic Functional Beverage with a swell of real tropical fruit juices (a nod to Sierra’s former life as a surfer and student at Hawaii Pacific University).
Pink Cloud Beverages – Lake Oswego
Eleni’s Kitchen of Hillsboro, Oregon, is dedicated to crafting authentic Ethiopian spice blends and sauces for adventurous vegan and vegetarian cooks. Owner Eleni Woldeyes chooses the very best natural ingredients for her Ethiopian spice blends, Berbere, Mitmita and Kurerima.
Eleni’s Kitchen – Hillsboro
Morgan Lerner and Annie Slabotsky met as students at the University of Michigan, bonding over their love of food and baking. When finding healthy treats on campus became a challenge, they set out to “healthify” one of their favorites from childhood, classic banana bread and created a banana bread mix perfect for at-home bakers.
GoNanas – Portland
From the start, 32 years ago, Danielle’s Sauces has been a family business, crafting all natural, low-salt gourmet sauces perfect for dipping, marinating, glazing and finishing foods.
Danielle’s Sauces – West Linn
Flourish Spices & African Food in Salem, produces packaged African foods with the goal of making African food more accessible for everyone to enjoy.
Flourish Spices & African Food – Salem
Sourced directly from India and found at your Market of Choice, The Spice Collective’s vegan spice blends include four varieties: Makhani Masala, Chana Masala, Tikka Masala and Chai Masala.
The Spice Collective – Lake Oswego
Kinergy Kombuchas are made with all organic, vegan ingredients that are sourced from local and regional vendors.
Kinergy Kombucha – Bend
Ripped Cream contains “as much protein as an egg,” Robin says, plus 11 amino acids and 50 percent of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin D3. It has no trans fats or hydrogenated oils.
Ripped Cream – Bend
Josie’s mixes are made in a dedicated gluten-free facility that is also free of other food allergens, such as tree nuts, peanuts, soy, egg, dairy and more.
Josie’s Best Gluten-Free Mixes – Sisters
Medford-based Birdseed For Humans crafts gluten-free granolas with sprouted buckwheat that adds plant-based protein and prebiotics to your morning routine.
Birdseed For Humans – Medford
Sugarpine Drive-In, a destination eatery on the banks of the Sandy River in Troutdale, is known for its savory comfort foods and custom ice cream treats that come piled high. Fans can now find some of their favorite ice cream toppings, as well as Sugarpine’s flagship sweet-and-smoky barbecue sauce, at Market of Choice.
Sugarpine Drive-In – Troutdale
Growing up in the cities of Northern India, both Sukhdev Singh and Rupinder “Rippy” Kaur loved eating the foods sold on bustling street corners.
Khalsa Salsa – Beaverton
From the start, in 2019, Holly Ong and Patricia “Pat” Lau were introducing Singapore’s multi-cultural cuisine to Portland-area diners by hosting their farm-to-table, private supper clubs.
Sibeiho – Portland
Leslie Regalado’s mother cooked a lot after she moved from the Philippines to the United States – especially lumpia, a type of savory or sweet egg roll.
Leslie’s Lumpia – Portland
Elsy Dinvil started her company, Creole Me Up, in 2017 to bring a taste of her native Haiti to Portland.
Creole Me Up – Portland
After watching a documentary about the food industry in 2008, Lucinda Whitacre decided to take a close look at some of the ingredients in her pantry.
Great Life by Lucinda – Depoe Bay
Sarah Frost-McKee and Paul Trendler have created a one-of-a-kind business in Bend, Super Belly Ferments, the only probiotic dressing company on the market.
Local Culture and Super Belly - Bend
Charmed by the peaceful tea fields of Uji, Japan, Lauren Purvis made it her mission to share her fondness for matcha tea with her own Portland community, through the meaningful connections she’s made overseas.
Mizuba Tea Co. - Portland
Artisan-crafted Heavenly Fire Salsa combines the heat of jalapeños and other fiery peppers, along with tomatoes, lime, cilantro, onion, bell peppers and spices to create salsas that are mild to wild.
Heavenly Fire Salsa - Southern Oregon
Angie Farynnyk, owner of Killer Keto Snacks in Ashland, Oregon, is passionate about nutritious and wholesome food. Focused on creating grain-free, low-carbohydrate, nutritious seed-based snack crackers, she chooses only the highest quality ingredients.
Killer Keto Snacks - Ashland
Lucy De Leon remembers traveling to the United States with her parents, Anselmo and Francisca, and her siblings as children. They were an agriculture family, but always dreamed of settling down and owning a business, making and selling their mother Francisca’s delicious, authentic recipes.
Salsas Locas - Portland
Popular throughout West Africa, hibiscus flower tea is a tradition that Hibisbloom owner Affouet Price wanted to share with the world. This Portland-based company was started by Affouet and her mother in June 2019 to do just that.
Hibisbloom - Portland