(503) 815-2800

113 Main Ave

PO Box 1275
Tillamook, OR 97141

Design by Deer Island Studio

Primary Photography by Broken Banjo Photography

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113 Main Avenue

A local food storefront that connects small-scale farmers, ranchers, fishers and other agricultural producers & their products directly to consumers in Tillamook County.

FarmTable is open year-round:

Monday through Friday 

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Open Saturdays, June through October:

10:00 am - 2:00 pm


FarmTable is sponsored in part by local businesses, individuals and organizations including deGarde Brewing, Visit Tillamook Coast, Oregon Food Bank, Erica Rubin and Tom Swanson. 


Shopping at FarmTable

Come visit this local food store for a diverse array of local products, including fresh in-season produce, cheese, eggs, milk, meat products, honey, salt, canned tuna, herbal teas, lavender products and more! Please scroll down this page to find information for food producers about selling your products at FarmTable.












Selling at FarmTable

Interested in selling your products through FarmTable? We're always accepting applications for new vendors at our storefront! Eligible products for sale at FarmTable will have been grown, fished, or produced on Oregon’s north coast. ​

Vendor Application Procedures:

  • Read and understand our FarmTable Operations, Policies, Eligible Products.

  • Fill out the Vendor Application Form with as much detail as possible

  • Complete a brief orientation with FarmTable. We'll contact you once we've received your application; you MUST go through this orientation before you can begin selling products.

  • Submit an administration fee of $20 to Food Roots. We accept cash or checks made payable to Food Roots (memo “FarmTable vendor fee”).

  • New producers of edible food products must acquire necessary product liability insurance and applicable Oregon Department of Agriculture issued licenses. Please review the "Resources for Producers" below for more specifics.


Resources for Producers

If you're just getting started or want to learn more about selling your products, the Oregon Department of Agriculture has some great Farm Direct Resources for growers: