Haggen Food & Pharmacy

Farm Fresh Produce

Farm Fresh Produce

Fresh, seasonal produce

Haggen has developed a large network of farmers across the Northwest to supply our stores with the most abundant, fresh, nutrient-rich selection of seasonal produce. Farm fresh produce is just one more way Haggen is committed to supporting our local communities. We work hard to source our produce from hyper-local farmers whenever possible—that means stocking our produce department with the fruits and vegetables grown close to each of our neighborhood stores. We believe the stories of our local producers are an integral part of our story.

Visit our Local Producers page to meet our local farmers and producers

produce-livinglettuceLiving Lettuce

We think fresh, locally grown lettuce should be available all year long. With hydroponically grown living lettuce from Mount Vernon, Washington, it can be! This method uses 90% less water than traditional growing. Learn more…

produce-portabellaPortabella Mushrooms

As one of the largest mushroom varieties available, the Portabella has a longer growing cycle which boasts a very meat-like texture, making it an excellent choice for grilling. Get our Mushroom Grilling Tips

produce-navelHeirloom Navels

As one of the best eating oranges, Heirloom Navels from Rising C Ranch are sweet and easy to peel. Now is peak season for this citrus so enjoy them while they’re fresh.

produce-caracaraCara Cara Oranges

These seedless, fresh citrus fruits are sweet with a spicy tang and overtones of raspberry and strawberry.  Eat fresh out of hand or add juice to sauces.

produce-asparagusFresh Asparagus

Considered a delicacy since ancient times, asparagus is great in a stir fry, baked into casseroles or served as an elegant side. It’s rich in protein, Vitamin K, C & A, folic acid, potassium and manganese. Try it in our recipe for Asparagus and Mushroom Tart.

produce-mangoJuicy Mangos

Liven up your salsa and chutneys by adding the most widely consumed fruit in the world—Mango! Did you know color doesn’t always indicate ripeness? Like an avocado, a mango that gives to pressure is ripe.