Where to buy organic food in Grays Harbor


gHarbor Rays County has witnessed a booming organic and natural food movement in recent years as consumer demand for organic products has increased.

The county is the proud home of an organic brewery (Steam Donkey Brewing Company), farm-to-table restaurant (Restaurant Rediviva) and a number of companies selling organic and natural food products. Let’s take a closer look at some of the companies in Grays Harbor leading the organic food movement.

Le Marché Inc.

For over thirty years the Le Marché Inc. in Aberdeen has supplied Grays Harbor with a wide selection of organic and natural products. As you walk through the abundantly busy aisles, you will be pleasantly surprised by the quantity and variety of products they offer. Among a wide selection of vitamins, bulk items, canned and dried foods, frozen foods, dairy products and almost everything in between, you can find it in the market if you are looking for organic food. In addition to these basic products, you will also find organic essential oils as well as supplies for making your own tinctures. The market also offers organic grazing eggs from Stiebrs Farms in Yelm. Whether you are a seasoned organic shopper with a specific shopping list or a newcomer interested in learning more about organic and natural products, the Marketplace is here for you.

Grays Harbor Organic Foods The Market
Treat yourself to the large selection of bulk bin items at The Marketplace. Photo courtesy of the Marketplace

Le Marché Inc.
822 East Wishkah St, Aberdeen
Monday to Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Organic Market 101

Since its opening in 2014, Bio 101 Marlet in Montesano has supplied a diverse range of organic and natural food products. Located on Main Street in downtown Montesano, the market offers a wide range of goods for health conscious shoppers. In addition to organic produce, snacks, and dried foods available seasonally, they also have a deli, smoothie bar, and juice bar. You will also find a wide assortment of coffee items such as sandwiches, paninis, soups and salads as well as organic and natural household and beauty products. You can also find Townshend’s Brew Dr. organic kombucha here. Organics 101 Market also sells raw milk from Cozy Vale Creamery – a pasture-based dairy in Tenino. Come visit this dynamic company with friendly and informative staff.

Grays Harbor Organic Foods Organic Market 101
Enjoy a delicious and refreshing smoothie at the Organics 101 Market. Photo courtesy of Marché Bio 101

Organic Market 101
316 S Main St, Montesano
Monday to Saturday: 10 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Grays Harbor Farmers Market

Since its creation in 1974, the Grays Harbor FarmerMarlet is a reliable supplier of local crafts and food products. The market is home to a number of arts and crafts vendors, Deidras charcuterie, Nancy bakery, and you can also find a steady supply of organic fruits and vegetables when they are available in season.

Grays Harbor Organic Food Grays Harbor Farmer's Market
In season, the Grays Harbor Farmers Market offers a wide variety of organic fruits and vegetables from local producers. Photo courtesy of Grays Harbor Farmers Market

Grays Harbor Farmers Market
1956 Riverside Avenue, Hoquiam
Monday to Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Elma farm stand and public market

The Elma farm stand and public market is a gem of East Grays Harbor County. Since opening in 2014, they have provided residents of Grays Harbor with a plethora of organic and natural food products. In addition to a wide selection of organic fruits and vegetables available in season, you will also find a wide selection of local Pacific Northwest cheeses, wine and beer, and a plentiful selection of organic snacks. The farm stand also offers milk, heavy cream, half and half, chocolate and strawberry milk from Twin Brook Creamery – a pasture-based dairy in Lynden. There is even a kombucha bar with various taps of the delicious fermented drink. Elma’s farm stall and public market are worth a visit whether you’re traveling to Grays Harbor or living nearby.

Grays Harbor Organic Foods Elma Farmstand and Public Market
Elma’s farm stand and public market offer an abundant selection of fruits and vegetables. Photo courtesy of the Elma farm stand and the public market

Elma farm stand and public market
617 E Young Street, Elma
Monday-Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Jay’s farm stand

Jay’s Farm Stand in Aberdeen offers a year round supply of fresh fruit and vegetables. Buyers can find a mix of organic and non-organic products, and you will be pleasantly surprised at the selection of products.

Jays Farmstand offers locally grown fruits and vegetables. Photo courtesy of Jays Farmstand

Jay’s farm stand
307 E Heron Street, Aberdeen
Monday-Sunday: 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.


At Safeway in Aberdeen, savvy shoppers can find a number of organic staples. The store offers a robust assortment of organic fruits, vegetables and snacks as well as Organic Valley dairy products. Shoppers can also find organic cold cuts, spices, baked goods, and a large collection of organic fruit juices. In addition to organic foods, Safeway also offers natural and chemical-free cleaning, body and bathing items.

Grays Harbor Organic Foods Safeway
The Aberdeen Safeway is well stocked with organic items.
Photo credit: Justin DeCristofaro

221 W Heron St, Aberdeen
Monday-Sunday: 6 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Grocery store

Although discount grocery stores are generally not known for offering organic products, The Grocery store in Aberdeen offers a surprising assortment of organic snacks, drinks and even vegetables. In addition to organic foods, you will also find natural cleaning and bath products. If you’re looking for discounted organic items, be sure to stop by the Grocery Outlet.

Grays Harbor Organic Food Grocery
The Aberdeen Grocery Outlet offers a wide selection of organic items at affordable prices. Photo courtesy: Grocery

Grocery store
2715 Pacific Ave, Aberdeen
Monday to Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

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