Food & Drink

Khala & Company brand reusable food storage wrap -- yellow and vegetable pattern fabric.

Provisions: Khala & Company Reusable Food Wraps

Handmade by a small business in Colorado, Khala & Company’s, reusable and artistic food storage products reduce plastic consumption.

Kate's Real Food organic energy bar in a magenta-colored wrapper.

Provisions: Kate’s Real Food Energy Bars

Kate’s Real Food organic energy bars are good for calorie-burning adventures or as on-the-go meal replacements.

Cans for Fat Tire Torched Earth ale.

Provisions: Fat Tire Torched Earth Ale

New Belgium’s Torched Earth ale is made from limited ingredients from a climate-ravaged future and profits benefit “Protect Our Winters.”

O-Yaki Grilling stainless steel accessories, including skewer, tons, and spatula, in a black carry-case.

Provisions: O-Yaki Grilling Accessories

Grill-on-the-go at a campsite, beach, or even for game-day tailgating with O-Yaki Perfectly Portable Grill Set and Skewer System.

NomadiQ brand compact, portable grill -- black with base and vertical grill top.

NomadiQ Portable Grill

Made for modern-day grillers on the go, the NomadiQ is a lightweight, compact, portable propane grill, good for campsites and park picnics.

Box of vegetables and lemons and other food items from Imperfect Foods subscription box delivery.

Provisions: Perfectly Ugly Produce Delivery

Misfits Market and Imperfect Foods are two subscription box services that deliver food that would otherwise go to waste.

Round, bite-sized protein balls.

Provisions Recipe: Easy No-Bake Protein Bites

The ideal trail snack is something that provides lasting energy and is easy to carry and eat, like this easy-to-make protein bites.

Two colored bottles of Warrior Liquor, including Huckleberry and Peanut Butter Cream.

Warrior Liquor Peanut Butter Cream & Huckleberry Cream

Spokane-based small business Warrior Liquors creates small-batch, premium-crafted spirits, Peanut Butter and Huckleberry Cream.

Two children sitting down and eating fresh peaches at a local farmers market.

Inland NW Farmers’ Markets Bounce Back

Food access and grocery shopping were considered essential services in 2020, so farmers markets adapted, focusing even more on supporting local farmers and producers while also making produce, food, and value-added products as accessible as possible. Regional Farmers Markets are looking forward to slowly getting back to normal in 2021.

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