PCC Produce: fresh, local, organic
Top-quality fruit and vegetables of unrivaled flavor
Did you know more than 90 percent of our produce is organic? PCC builds long-term relationships with growers to connect you with gloriously fresh fruits and vegetables.
Read our quality standards and meet our producers. And remember: Kids 12 and younger get a free serving of fruit each visit to PCC.
These antioxidant-rich powerhouses are an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese, and a good source of dietary fiber and essential nutrients which contribute to overall health and wellness.
You'll find three different, locally grown organic varieties at PCC — feast on them in July because they'll be gone before you know it!
At PCC, we do our best to bring you organic, tree-ripened varieties — fruit that’s not removed from the branch until it’s reached a level of maturation that won’t compromise flavor.
Strawberries provide more than just refreshing, juicy flavor: Packed with antioxidants, they help protect the heart and contain anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties.
Enjoy these tender stalks steamed, stir-fried, grilled, roasted and in soups or atop pasta. Our local asparagus hails from Inaba Produce Farms in Wapato, Wash.
Sweet and juicy, mangoes are a treat any time of day. At PCC, we're proud to offer delicious organic mango varieties throughout the year, from Tommy Atkins in early spring to Keitt in fall.
Radishes typically keep a low profile in this country, relegated to salads and crudite. But other cuisines elevate these peppery, rosy roots to a starring role.
Dainty and light as a feather are the herbs of springtime, those first tender tendrils that lend our cooking the unmistakable flavor and fragrance of freshness and green.
Each time you purchase GROW organic bananas you help fund projects that benefit the children and families in the communities where these bananas are farmed.
PCC Farmland Trust secures, preserves and stewards threatened farmland in the Northwest, to ensure that generations of local farmers productively farm it using sustainable, organic growing methods. The Trust takes its mission one step further than most land trusts by working to place farmers on the property, actively producing food for the local community.
PCC works to raise awareness of the importance of family-owned farms throughout the Puget Sound region by supporting the Puget Sound Fresh program and by featuring fresh, locally grown produce in our stores.
PCC supports Washington organic farmers through Tilth Producers of Washington, an organization that fosters and promotes ecologically sound, sustainable agriculture. Learn more »
Meet our producers
- Inaba Farms Asparagus
- River Valley Organics - Lapin cherries
- Citrus: A breakdown of varieties, with selection tips
- Building relationships
- Organic practices in action
- Inaba Produce Farms
- Summer corn: How to pick a fresh ear
- Pineapple: How to know when it's ripe
- Beets: Bountiful flavor and nutrition
- Chiles: Make your own roasted chile paste (Part 3 of 3)
- Chiles: How to slice and seed (Part 2 of 3)
- Chiles: Know an Anaheim from a Poblano (Part 1 of 3)
- Orange you glad it's citrus season?
- Mushrooms: Varieties and selection tips
- Cooking with Winter Squash
- Winter squash: Meet your new favorite!
- Romanesco: Cauliflower's tasty cousin
- Cooking with apples!
- Full Circle
- Apples: The best for eating, baking
- Inaba Produce Farms, Inc. (Extended Version)
- Avocados: How to select and slice
- Watermelon: An easy way to slice it
- Melon: How to choose a ripe one