Farmers & Producers

At Rogue Produce, we strive to deliver only the highest-quality food products from our region. We seek out partners who use sustainable, organic methods throughout their production process. We are proud to introduce you to our growing family of farmers and producers. Below is a partial list of local farms and small businesses we work with as well as details about their activities, methods, and philosophies.

Our Partners

Here is a partial list of the farmers and producers we work with. See below for details about some of these partners. We will continue to update this page as we expand our partnerships and gather more information about these folks.
  • Amy's

    We choose what’s best for our customers, our farmers, our employees and our planet. It’s a tall order, but we wouldn’t have it any other way.

  • Ashland Food Co-op
  • Azure

    What began as a small organic farm has grown as we found more ways to meet the needs of those who are enthusiastic about eating well. We are still dedicated to organic farming – our farm has spread to about 4,000 acres and has diversified! We now grow an assortment of ancient grains, beans, fruits, fresh produce, and specialty seeds, as well as the grain and cattle we started with. Over the years, we expanded our operation to do our own processing. We mill our grain using our special Unifine mill to supply you with the finest flours you can find anywhere. We also package many products in small and large quantities, make our own mixes, pack our fruits and vegetables, and manufacture our unique carob products. We grow and package our own line of garden seeds to preserve and improve the availability of heirloom varieties. We developed our own brand of green cleaning supplies and other products. Most recently, we started our own trucking company to serve our customers better! We are always innovating and learning how to do more with less.

  • Becky's Pickles
  • Bionaturae

    In 1995, Bionaturae was introduced as one of the first organic Italian food brands in the American market when Carla Bartolucci and Rodolfo Viola fully committed to their passion for organic foods and their personal connections to traditional Italian cooking.

  • Bright Star Bakery

    Bright Star Bakery is a gluten-free and mostly vegan & grain-free facility. We operate with a gluten-free mixer and oven to produce our goods in a dedicated gluten-free facility. We also feature menu items that are cane sugar free utilizing ingredients such as maple syrup, plant based fruits and monk fruit for those who are low carb or diabetic.

  • Cindy Yi
  • Coquette Bakery
  • Dauenhauer Cattle
  • Diggin' Livin'

    A large part of our success as beekeepers is the lovely farms and farmers we get to know while tending bees and making honey. It’s an absolute joy and honor to work with dedicated organic farms and farmers of Southern Oregon. We place our bees on the certified organic lands of Pacific Botanicals, Herb Pharm, Oshala Farm, Plaisance Ranch, Siskiyou Seeds, Ground Up Farms, Alexandre Family Farms, and many other smaller organic farms.

  • Eden

    Eden Foods is the oldest natural and organic food company in North America, and the largest remaining independent manufacturer of dry grocery, organic food.

  • Ella Bella Farm
  • Evers Ridge Farm

    Mimicking natural ecosystems to grow healthy food that benefits our local community.

  • Fog Hollow Farm
  • Fox & Squirrel Farm

    We are a small farm located in the Applegate Valley, Oregon. The farm is run by 2 friends (David the “Fox and Jennifer the “Squirrel”) who share a passion for growing beautiful, nutritious produce that inspires culinary delights. We use regenerative, organic (non-certified) practices and organic/heirloom seeds sourced from the Pacific Northwest. We lovingly tend the soil, our plants, and the land. Our mission is also to collaborate with other small farms to enrich our local food system and create more regional food sovereignty.

  • Fry Family Farm
  • Fry Family Farm Store

    Fry Farm CSA Members get access to all of the products for sale at the Fry Family Farm Store, which include unique products created in the Fry Family Farm Store kitchen!

  • Gervasi Family Farm

    A small 5-acre family owned and operated farm nestled in Wimer, OR, along East Evans Creek. We strive to bring you the best in locally grown organic produce, eggs, and a variety of animal proteins. We are urban farmers that relocated from Las Vegas, NV, to follow our dream and expand our farming practices.

  • Gimme

    We’re a family company with a real passion for creating healthy superfood snacks that taste great.

  • Gimme More Gabby's
  • Higher Power Raw Foods
  • Hilltop Coffee

    Hilltop Coffee is an Ultra-Micro Roastery in beautiful Ashland, Oregon. This Diedrich IR-3 Drum Roaster produces 5 pound batches of the world’s finest coffees. My goal: Improve the quality of your life…one bean at a time. Everyone is different. Every coffee is different. At Hilltop Coffee, I have the perfect, unique coffee for the discerning coffee lover in you.

  • Honey Mama's

    Honey Mama’s are honey-cocoa bars made from five nutrient-rich ingredients. We make each flavor from the same delicious base of raw honey, unrefined coconut oil, cocoa powder, Himalayan pink salt, and sprouted almonds, shredded coconut, or sesame seeds. That’s it! Our unique way of making these delectable chocolate-truffle-like bars ensures that we preserve all the nutrition and natural enzymes found naturally within our prized ingredients. We’re committed to sourcing the highest quality direct–trade, organic, and non–GMO ingredients we can find to make a treat that allows your body to thrive and your tastebuds to celebrate.

  • Joey's Hot Sauce

    Joey’s Hot Sauce is made locally here in Medford, Oregon. There are no additives, preservatives, binders or sugar. We use all roasted fire-blazed peppers for a very flavorful sauce.

  • Joy Luck Farm

    Nestled in the west hills of Talent, Oregon, Joy Luck Farms is passionate about growing the highest quality produce and developing high quality soil amendments.

  • Kimbra's K9 Crunchies
  • La Peetch Farm

    La Peetch Farm is a small farm located on our 2-acre property along the Rogue River. We started our farm out of a desire to become self-sufficient and feed ourselves food free of chemicals and in human practices. We raise all our animals with the goal of raising happy and healthy animals who produce delicious food products. We believe that it’s important to fuel our bodies with local fresh food.

  • Little Pink House

    Locally made krauts in small batches!

  • Little Shop of Bagels
  • Lundberg

    Since 1937, this family has been growing wholesome, great-tasting rice while tending to soil, air, water, and a wildlife as carefully as the crops.

  • McLane Family Farms

    Our family is passionate to produce quality livestock with methods referred to as “non-certified organic” that are humanely pasture raised, grass fed, and watered by aquifers from the majestic Mount Shasta. Located in far Northern California, we started raising our own beef to give our family great tasting meat with no antibiotics or growth hormones and we have expanded to give you the same quality products. Our family has been raising beef since the 1800’s and we strive to continue raising superior meat for our family and yours!

  • Mido's Miso

    Mido’s Miso is Southern Oregon’s first and only miso company. Truly handcrafted, our product uses traditional Japanese techniques. We grow our miso starter, koji rice, then mix in beans and salt to ferment for six months to over years. Mido’s signature Chickpea Miso contains Oregon-grown beans, and all the products are made with high quality organic ingredients.

  • Mushrooms All Year

    Picked yesterday. On your plate today.

  • Nettle Man

    Bach Thor, a.k.a, The Nettle Man, has spent the last 15 years carefully developing a process for combining Wild-Harvested herbs in ways that help promote wellbeing. In his travels, he has studied with Master Herbalists to combine their knowledge and experience so that you can bring the amazing effects of these herbal remedies into your home.

  • Organic Valley

    Fed up with the growing rate of factory farming, a group of Midwestern organic farming purists banded together to create a co-op: Organic Valley. With such high standards, Organic Valley has even influenced the USDA’s organic rules. Organic Valley is the nation’s leading producer of organic dairy, committed to producing organic products using only sustainable, ethical practices.

  • Organicos

    Organicos Bakery is a locally owned wholesale bakery specializing in organic, vegan, and gluten-free breads. They are dedicated to producing delicious, quality products made with the finest organic ingredients.

  • Oshala Farm

    We consider it an honor to grow herbs that support community health. Oshala is a certified organic farm that uses regenerative, sustainable cultivation practices. We are stewards of the land farming with generations to come in mind. Thank you so much for supporting our crew – we are delighted to continue to provide you with quality herbs, grown in harmony with the land and with an amazing team.

  • Pacific Foods

    We exist to make delicious foods with uncompromising care to nourish and delight from field to table. We consciously craft our products to enhance the well-being of people. And we believe that organic and plant-based options are critical ways to start to create a regenerative food system.

  • Pasture 42
  • Pennington Farms
  • Pickled Planet
  • Rise Up! Bakery
  • Riverdog Farm
  • Riverland Family Farms

    Riverland Family Farms, previously known as Denison Farms, is family owned and operated. Tal, Inder and Tyler manage farm operations with support from rest of the family. Our 20-acre farm is located just north of Corvallis, overlooking the Jackson- Frazier Wetland. We aim to grow top-quality Organic produce for our local community. We grow well over a hundred different varieties of Organic fruits and vegetables. The land we use has been Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth since 1988.

  • Rogue Creamery

    In 1933, a small creamery opened its doors in Southern Oregon, making cheese and supporting local dairy farmers in the midst of the Great Depression. Nearly a century later, Rogue Creamery is one of the country’s most iconic artisan cheese brands. They produce award-winning blues and cheddars many consider among the best cheeses in the world. Driven by a commitment to sustainability and service to their community, Rogue Creamery aims to make the world a better place, one wedge of cheese at a time. They operate a Cheese Shop at their cheesemaking facilities in Central Point’s Artisan Corridor and a Farm Stand at their Organic Dairy in Grants Pass.

  • Rogue Produce
  • Rogue Produce Farm Collective
  • Rumiano

    With a deep commitment to healthy products, care for the land, and animal welfare, Rumiano is the first plant on the West Coast to produce Organic cheese at scale. Continued reinvestment in farming capacity and sustainability result in new organic lactose and whey protein products and zero waste.

  • Salant Family Ranch

    Salant Family Ranch home-grown, natural beef is raised on native grass pasture irrigated by the fresh snowmelt water of the Little Applegate River, and alfalfa hay fed in wintertime. No hormones or antibiotics are ever fed to our Angus-crossbred black cattle or dairy steers. Our cows, calves and bulls are managed using best husbandry practices. Yearlings in our beef program are custom grain-finished, 75-90 days prior to harvest, and produce all ranges of retail and food service cuts of the highest quality.

  • SAN-J

    It starts with our Tamari. Unlike typical soy sauce, which contains about 40-60% wheat, Tamari is a type of soy sauce that is made with 100% soybeans and no wheat. This means more soy protein is contained in the finished product, resulting in a milder taste and higher complexity of flavors in the sauce. It is said that Tamari is the origin of Japanese soy sauce, and our brewing methods continue to provide authentic food experiences in today’s kitchens.

  • Sherry's Pasta
  • Starwalker Organic Farms

    This 3rd generation Certified Organic, Certified Humane, and family owned organic farm is built on tradition, integrity, and love!

  • Sweet Creek Foods
  • TerraSol Organics
  • The Bread Stop Bakery

    Our mission is to produce healthful bakery products, to uphold the art and craft of bread making, and to continually improve on our business to benefit our customers and the community. For our more than 30 years of business, our main goal has been to serve our community with our high-quality products. We aim to produce healthy, nutritious food; we look to partner with local food producers and wholesale providers; we strive to work with and support local businesses; we seek to connect with our community.

  • The Mcmaemic Company

    The Mcmaemic Company is a young family from Southern Oregon who became passionate about food, how our food is raised and grown, and how our food effects our bodies.
    Food is home to us. It should smell good, taste good and make you feel good. That’s why we decided to take the foods we love and make them taste like they should.
    We like it organic, chemical free, and preservative free. Nothing hidden. No big words. Just small batch spice blends, sourdough breads, farm fresh eggs and pasture raised chickens. We like it simple. We are The Mcmaemic Co.

  • Varies
  • Victory Garden

    Victory Garden is a small family farm based in the Upper Rogue of southern Oregon. All of our fruits, vegetables, and plant starts are grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. Instead, we focus our efforts on soil health and crop biodiversity so that our land may thrive today and for many years to come. We use only non-GMO seeds with many of our seeds being heirloom varieties

  • Vida Baking Co

    A Brazilian inspired Gluten-free Bakery. We make clean food from scratch using mainly organic ingredients.

  • Wandering Roots Farm
  • Whistling Duck Farm

    Whistling Duck Farm is located in the Applegate Valley of Southern Oregon between Medford and Grants Pass. The Alionis’ home, farmstead, and livelihood, the farm is certified organic by the Oregon Department of Agriculture. It is ecologically based and located on 22 acres of fertile, deep-loam soils at an elevation of 1,149 feet. Their farming methods—coupled with excellent soils and an ideal climate—allow them to grow high-quality, nutritious produce for the local community and the highest-quality certified organic seed garlic for their fellow farmers and gardeners. They have been farming in Southern Oregon since 1991 and at their current location since 2003. Whistling Duck Farm grows a wide range of produce for their Farm Store, local growers’ markets, fine restaurants, and natural foods stores. They grow most vegetables that thrive in our Mediterranean climate, including salad greens; gourmet garlic and other root crops; brassicas; nutrient-dense leafy greens; tomatoes; peppers; melons; squash; and small fruits.

  • White Oak Ranch
  • Wild Oasis Bison Ranch

    Wild Oasis Bison Ranch is 100% woman owned and family operated.
    ​We have committed to raising these amazing animals with minimal human intervention in a natural environment, without hormones, antibiotics, or pesticides. Our Bison are 100% grass fed, grass finished lovingly raised and humanely harvested.

  • Wild Planet

    We’re committed to caring for both the health of our oceans and our consumers. You’ll find a full spectrum of nutrition inside every can, including rich proteins and healthy EPA and DHA Omega-3s that you can feel good about eating.

  • Wilderness Poets

    Since 2006, Wilderness Poets has been manufacturing raw, Organic nut butters, trail mixes, and superfoods. We are currently based in Ashland, Oregon and strive to inspire mindfulness and good health through energizing, life giving foods. We believe that sharing delicious, wholesome, organic foods can help heal people, our communities and planet.

  • Yamhill County Mushrooms, Inc

    We are a third-generation farm located in Oregon’s bountiful Willamette Valley. Founded over 30 years ago by Bill Darm the farm is now run by his son Bob along with two of his grandsons.