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Updated: May 4th, 2020 at 12:30 pm
Eat Local: Farm-direct (in alphabetical order)
2 Sisters Ranch: MEAT: Curbside pickup of all products on website and local delivery for Bend! On sale now: fajita boxes, Osso Bucco boxes, grillers box with amazing burgers and more. We want to ensure that you all are able to get our meat during this time of social distancing. Order through our website and select local pickup at checkout. We will coordinate with you the best time and day to get your meat.
Boundless Farmstead: VEGGIES, EGGS: Boundless will be offering week-to-week online purchasing options delivered to a central location in Bend. Choose weekly between Small, Large, or Salad box options, then choose optional add-on (including additional produce, eggs, and more). Also offering a limited supply of Community Offering Boxes; free produce shares to those feeling food insecure.
DD Ranch: MEAT, EGGS, HONEY Become a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) member. Customize your order to exactly what you want. Locally raised grass fed/grass finished beef, heritage pork, grass fed lamb, raw honey and farm fresh eggs to choose from! When you sign up and your order reaches 75$ we automatically put a 10% discount on your order! Go to our website and sign up
Double F Ranch: MEAT: Mixed Meat CSA with monthly Bend pickup the 3rd Friday of the month. Each share contains a mixed variety of grass-finished beef, pastured pork and chicken with free-range eggs. Share sizes in 10 and 20# per month. Summer CSA season starts soon with only a few shares remaining though we are working to add new memberships. Secure your food source, learn new recipes and grow more confident in the kitchen. Sign up online.
Larkin Valley Ranch: MEAT: Ranch raised beef and lamb. A 3rd generation family ranch, right here in sunny Central Oregon! We pride ourselves on our honesty and integrity of how we manage our business and our animals. Ground beef is ALWAYS $5.00 per pound *Free Delivery in Central Oregon with a $50 order. Call/text (541-480-5606 or 541-420-0879) or email your choices and we will respond with your total based on weight of the cut and arrange delivery. Delivery to Bend Wednesdays and Redmond areas daily.
The Stand on Adams: Farm Direct produce stand in downtown Sisters, brought to you by Mahonia Gardens. 254 E Adams Ave, self-pay station and COVID protocols in place. Open Daily!
North 44 Farm: MEAT, EGGS: Grass fed & finished lamb, eggs, and poultry. By appointment only, contact us through our website. Visit our online shop for all available products! Free deliveries in Bend on Mondays and Thursdays for orders above $30. Free curbside pickup from the farm, we will coordinate a pickup time with you after checkout. Follow on Instagram: @north44farm
Pine Mountain Ranch: Meat & Eggs: Ranch Store open on Fridays from 11-2. Farmers Market Wednesdays at the Bend Farmers Market downtown from 2-6. Buffalo, yak, elk, beef, bacon, and handmade sausages. Duck eggs, chicken eggs and goose eggs. On Highway 20 just six miles east of town in the big barn.
Pioneer Ranch: MEAT & MORE: Farm Store with many local products and online order pickup open W-F 11am – 6pm and Saturday 10a.m – 5pm – 64702 Cook Ave, Tumalo. Deliveries to the greater Bend/ Tumalo/ Sisters area, free on orders over $175. Order beef and pork and other local products online at PioneerRanch.com.
Rainshadow Organics: MEAT & VEGGIES: Farm Store hours, 11am-3pm on Saturdays and Sundays for people to come and pick up groceries. Winter CSA program through April and May. We’re still accepting members for our Summer CSA program. Our summer farm to table events are still on the schedule. We’re still cooking and creating new recipes to share. We are planting more food than ever to secure the food of our future.
Sungrounded Farm: VEGGIES: CSA Shares are now sold out! But stay tuned, we are currently adapting to the best way to get you fresh, nutritious food this season given the evolving COVID-19 situation. This could mean online presale of customized boxes for market pickup or more CSA shares made available! For now you can sign up under ‘not quite ready to be a member’: for on-demand farm stand share notifications when we have extra produce to offer, and even get 25% off your first delivery!
Vaquero Valley Ranch: MEAT: all cuts of beefand lamb available for pick up or delivery. Instagram @vaquerovalleyranch, phone 541 350-2520
Volcano Veggies: Local food subscription + grocery essentials (free home delivery in Bend & Sisters for purchases over $25 (more locations coming soon- please inquire if interested). Subscription includes: Volcano Veggies greens, microgreens & herbs, plus other local food and locally processed food options. In order to help everyone “Stay Home, Save Lives”, we have added grocery essentials (e.g. bananas, apples, carrots, etc.) As local food becomes available, we will source from local farmers instead of grocery suppliers. We plan to offer a full farmer’s market selection of products as soon as they are available. Healthcare workers, essential workers and anyone in financial need can request a 10% discount. Email Shannon with questions or call 541-728-3355.
Eat Local: Stores
Agricultural Connections: Online purchasing options: 1) Household Harvest Boxes, 2) Household A la Carte menu including bulk, 3) Commercial portal
— BEND, Wednesdays: No minimum order. Warehouse pickup or Home Delivery
—REDMOND/SISTERS, Thursdays: minimum order to a single household $100. ($400 area aggregate minimum. Household delivery fee is $8.00.)
If you have any questions please contact our office at (541) 903-2502 or info@agriculturalconnections.
Central Oregon Locavore: Has fresh, locally grown produce, frozen local meats, bulk grains, beans and dry goods, herdshare and CSA pickups. and your favorite locally made products. Open Monday-Friday 10-6, Saturday and Sunday 10-4.
Newport Ave Market : Open 7 am – 9 pm, Senior/high-risk shopping 6-7:30 am M, W, F.
Oliver Lemon’s (Sisters & Terrebonne): Open regular shopping hours.
Savory Spice: Still open daily to spice up your home cooking adventures. Phone, online and walk-up orders with curb-side pickup from 10-3 daily. Check out savoryspiceshop.com to help you make your shopping list. 375 SW Powerhouse Dr #110, Bend. Phone (541) 306-6855.
Whole Foods Market: Store open at 8am for seniors—one hour before the regular hours. 2610 Hwy 20, 541-389-0151.
Eat Local: Local Products
Blissful Spoon Gluten free goodies — including our granola, cakes, muffins. Order by phone, email or website by Monday morning for home deliveries within Bend on Wednesdays, or we can organize pick up times. Follow us on Facebook or Instagram for up-to-date information. 458-206-9607 or firstname.lastname@example.org
HolmMade Toffee: Oregon Hazelnut Toffee in 7 flavors, Whole Roasted Hazelnuts in 2 flavors. Offering free shipping for orders over $20. Order online at www.holmmadetoffee.com. Contact: Randi Holm email@example.com, Facebook https://www.facebook.com/homemade, Instagram https://www.instagram.com/holmmadetoffee/
Josie’s Best Gluten Free Mixes: Gluten free and Top 8 allergen free baking mixes. Local stores are kept stocked to the best of our abilities. Free shipping nationwide orders over $25. Free local porch delivery in Central Oregon every Wednesday (details at check out – use promo code “local”); Available on Amazon Prime (we are on the prioritized list so we are able to keep stocking as of 3/20)
Eat Local: Restaurants / Food Carts
10 Barrel Brewing Company: Takeout 7 days/week 11 AM to 8 PM on weekdays, and 11 AM to 9 PM on Fridays and Saturdays. Delivery options: online and Ubereats. 62950 NE 18th St./1135 NW Galveston Ave., Bend. 541-678-5228.
Ale Apothecary: Offering a discount on most beer and curbside pick up; order online and pick up your order 3pm-6pm Thursday through Saturday. Same location as Sunny’s Carello. 30 W Century Drive & Commerce. 541-797-6265.
Barrio Bend: Takeout 7 days/week, hours may vary. Downtown – Delivery/Take Out – 2-6pm: Downtown Food Truck – Take Out Only – 12-5pm: East Side Food Truck – Delivery/Take Out – 11am-8pm: Family Meal for $15 per person, available for take out and delivery.
Bonta Gelato: both the Downtown Scoop Shop and Tasting Room will be open for take out. Of course, you can still find our pints at local Central Oregon grocery stores like CO Locavore, Newport Market and Whole Foods. Downtown Shop, Open Every Day, Mon-Thursday: Noon – 5 PM, Friday – Saturday: Noon – 8 PM, Sunday: Noon – 6 PM. Creamery Tasting Room, Monday – Friday: 11 AM – 4 PM
Foxtail Bakeshop: Closed for four weeks, as of 3/23/2020.
Inferno Food Cart: Open Tuesday – Sunday 1 pm until sundown; we’ll keep serving until the cows come home. Looking at breakfast takeout shortly. 535 NE Irving, (541) 633-8311
Jackson’s Corner: Open 10-8 Wed-Sun, closed Mon, Tues. West Side location only for to-go items; pre-order bread online for Friday pick up.
Lone Pine Coffee: Open normal hours for to-go.
Palate: CLOSED TUESDAYS, OPEN Wed-Mon from 8am-2pm. We are selling take away beverages, COAVA coffee beans, Metolius Tea jars, Seahorse Chocolate, Picky Oats and Bars, Mizuba Matcha and other delicious take away items.
The People’s Pies: Underground Pasty Club! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join and place orders for April pickup at Central Oregon Locavore.
Rockin’ Dave’s Bistro & Backstage Lounge: Takeout: 4-8pm for orders to-go from the regular dinner menu. Please call in advance. 661 NE Greenwood Ave., 541-318-8177.
Scoutpost: Takeout: Open regular hours/days til further notice. 310 SW Industrial Way, Bend.
Spork: Open for takeout daily 3-8PM starting May 4th.
Sunny Yoga Kitchen: Delivery through Door Dash or Postmates or call to pick it up. Monday-Friday 11am-2pm; 2748 NW Crossing, Bend. 541-678-3139.
Sunriver Brewing Co. Galveston Pub: Noon-8pm. Crowlers, growlers and cans! 1005 NW Galveston Ave., Bend. 541-408-9377
Wild Oregon Foods: Currently closed, planning to re-open in late April with a new menu – stay tuned!
Worthy Brewing: 12-8 Daily, subject to change. Limited menu, available on GoTab on website. 495 NE Bellevue Dr., Bend. 541-639-4776.
Worthy Taps & Tacos: Open Noon-7 or 8ish. Delivery through Doordash, Bend Takeout, Curbside 806 NW Brooks St #110, Bend. 541-678-6268.
In the spirit of our belief that local food should be accessible to everyone, and our food connects us to each other, we wanted to share some gratitude for the farmers, ranchers, and food businesses that are still producing local goodness in these unprecedented times.
Need lunch? Call in to Jackson’s Corner and they’ll have it ready for you to pick up. Looking to create more meals at home? You can get local meats and fresh greens at Central Oregon Locavore. Local value added producers are still creating their delicious products – sauerkrauts, toffees, jams and jellies, salsas, broths, and more – and you can find them across town at various locations (see our Food & Farm Directory for details)./
Our farmers and ranchers work hard year round to plan and grow food for our communities; the food you purchase from a local producer represents months of investment in time, effort, hard-won skills, and money. Farmers count on the sale of one harvest to fund the production of the next one When restaurants and stores have to cut back on orders, farmers and ranchers are affected. When markets are cancelled or postponed, farmers and ranchers are affected. If you have the means and the ability to continue to support our local growers and businesses, know that every dollar invested in our local community has a positive ripple effect, and that this is true all year long. We love our producers, our business partners, and our community. We hope you’ll continue to join us in supporting a healthy and thriving food and farm network in Central Oregon.