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Pickup available at several locations throughout Tillamook County!

Enjoy harvest-to-order goods from local farmers and producers year-round! 

We accept SNAP/EBT (food stamps), FDNP, cash, debit and all major credit cards for payment. SNAP and FDNP customers can reserve their orders online and pay at pickup; all other orders can be paid online with credit card.

Tillamook Storefront

Food Roots' downtown Tillamook store
 

Tuesday through Friday

2:00pm - 5:30 pm

Saturday hours seasonally June-Sept

113 Main Avenue

Tillamook, OR

503-815-2800

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

We support almost 50 local producers, and welcome new north coast food entrepreneurs to join us! Visit the bottom of this page for more information on selling through FarmTable.

Call us at 503-815-2800 to place a phone order, or stop by to order at the door!

 
 

We welcome SNAP/EBT customers and offer special discounts!

 

Our online store allows you to pay with a credit card, or reserve your order and pay with SNAP/EBT or Farm Direct Nutrition Program checks at pickup. We also provide a 2 for 1 SNAP Match: spend $10 with EBT, receive $20 from Food Roots to spend on eligible food items!

We also offer Double Up Food Bucks Bounty Boxes for SNAP/EBT shoppers: Bounty Boxes offer a selection of locally produced food, catered to your family size and dietary preferences. SNAP customers receive 50% off the listed price!

Delivery Service Available for Online Marketplace Orders

 

Order weekly by Saturday at midnight for Tuesday fulfillment to the following locations:


Tillamook Storefront: Tuesday 2:00pm - 5:30 pm
113 N. Main Ave, Tillamook
$1 fee

Cloverdale Feed Store Tuesday 11:30am - 4:00pm
34295 U.S. 101 South, Cloverdale
$3.50 delivery fee 

The Schooner: Tuesday 1:00pm - 3:00pm
2065 NW Boat Basin Rd, Netarts
$3.50 delivery fee

The Salmonberry: Tuesday 3:00pm - 5:00pm
380 Marine Dr, Wheeler
$3.50 delivery fee

Home Delivery: Tuesday 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Available to homes in Tillamook county on/near the 101 between Nehalem and Pacific City
$10 delivery fee

Coming soon: Free home delivery for SNAP customers, please inquire.

*if interested in paying with SNAP and using a pick up site or home delivery, please call our office.  

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Community Supported Agriculture

CSA Shares offer a way for communities to buy produce directly from local farmers.

 

CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, is a model that provides customers with weekly boxes of fresh, seasonal produce, while supporting farmers with income early in their growing season. 

We partner with local farms to make these CSA Shares available at our FarmTable Storefront. At this time, CSA shares generally run from June through October or November. Each farm selects their own dates. 

 

How CSA shares work

 

  1. Customers sign up for a CSA Share at the beginning of the growing season. They pay up-front or on a payment plan. Sign-ups for these generally start in late winter or early spring. Food Roots will list information for partnering CSA farms to this webpage when that information is available from the farms.
     

  2. The CSA shares are harvested on a weekly basis, and are delivered to pre-determined locations. This provides customers with regular access to the freshest produce around. Farmers harvest whatever is in season, offering consumers a chance to try a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and herbs. 
     

In addition to bringing fresh produce to consumers, CSA Shares offer a commitment to farmers that provides them with income and steady customers, allowing them to offset some of their early-season costs and manage some of the risks inherent to farming. 

Full-sized CSA Shares usually provide enough food for three to five people; most farms also offer half shares that feed one or two people, or other more flexible options.

 

Details on participating farms can be found at the bottom of this page. Customers can choose to pick up their shares at our location in downtown Tillamook, or at another convenient pickup point determined by the farm!

Participating Farms

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CSA Details

  • 18 weeks, July to October

  • Pickup at Food Roots on Wednesdays starting June 30 (or pickup in Lincoln City, Neskowin, or home delivery)

  • Pay in 1 or 3 installments, we accept SNAP benefits and offer half priced shares 

  • Full share $36/week, Half share $25/week

  • Flower share option: 10 weeks of fresh flower bouquets direct from the farm 

(541) 418-2281 | visit website

CORVUS LANDING FARM

NESKOWIN, OREGON

CSA Details

  • 18 weeks, July to October

  • Pickup at Food Roots on Wednesdays starting June 30 (or pickup in Lincoln City, Neskowin, or home delivery)

  • Pay in 1 or 3 installments, we accept SNAP benefits and offer half priced shares 

  • Full share $36/week, Half share $25/week

  • Flower share option: 10 weeks of fresh flower bouquets direct from the farm 

(541) 418-2281 | visit website

MOON RIVER FARM

NEHALEM, OREGON

How CSA shares work

 

  1. Customers sign up for a CSA Share at the beginning of the growing season. They pay up-front or on a payment plan. Sign-ups for these generally start in late winter or early spring. Food Roots will list information for partnering CSA farms to this webpage when that information is available from the farms.
     

  2. The CSA shares are harvested on a weekly basis, and are delivered to pre-determined locations. This provides customers with regular access to the freshest produce around. Farmers harvest whatever is in season, offering consumers a chance to try a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and herbs. 
     

In addition to bringing fresh produce to consumers, CSA Shares offer a commitment to farmers that provides them with income and steady customers, allowing them to offset some of their early-season costs and manage some of the risks inherent to farming. 

Full-sized CSA Shares usually provide enough food for three to five people; most farms also offer half shares that feed one or two people, or other more flexible options.

 

Details on participating farms can be found at the bottom of this page. Customers can choose to pick up their shares at our location in downtown Tillamook, or at another convenient pickup point determined by the farm!

Participating Farms

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CSA Details

  • 18 weeks, July to October

  • Pickup at Food Roots on Wednesdays starting June 30 (or pickup in Lincoln City, Neskowin, or home delivery)

  • Pay in 1 or 3 installments, we accept SNAP benefits and offer half priced shares 

  • Full share $36/week, Half share $25/week

  • Flower share option: 10 weeks of fresh flower bouquets direct from the farm 

(541) 418-2281 | visit website

CORVUS LANDING FARM

NESKOWIN, OREGON
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CSA Details​

(still accepting SNAP customers)

  • 22 weeks, May to October

  • Pick up at Food Roots on Wednesdays (or in Nehalem, Rockaway, Cannon Beach or Seaside)

  • Choose the share that works best for you (customize your items or have the farmer pick)

  • Prices average $25 - $28/week

  • SNAP customers get half off price and can pay monthly

(503) 753-6327 | visit website

MOON RIVER FARM

NEHALEM, OREGON
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CSA Details
 

  • 18 Weeks

  • June 30 - November 3rd

  • Pick up on Wednesdays at Food Roots

  • Full Share $750

  • Half Share $400

  • SNAP customers get up to $200 off price of full share and $100 off half shares

(503) 300-0085 | sign up here

MOSS CREEK FAMILY FARM

BAY CITY, OREGON

SNAP/EBT Payments for CSA Shares

Food Roots accepts SNAP payments for CSA Shares on behalf of our partnering farms! In addition, we provide SNAP customers with Double Up Food Bucks to reduce the overall cost of the CSA share, further increasing the affordability of local food. There are flexible purchasing options, please ask. 

Register for your CSA Directly with Farms

Please note that this year registration for all CSA shares (including SNAP CSAs) will occur directly with farms. Please visit the farm websites below to choose and register for a share plan that works best for you.

For shares purchased with SNAP/EBT and Double Up Food Bucks, Food Roots will work with farms and SNAP customers to process those payments.