Share the Legume Love
Good food is grown and served with love. For us, this love story starts on our farms.
Located within a 60-mile radius of Pullman, WA, and Moscow, Idaho, our 100-year-old family farms are rooted in sustainable agriculture. When you meet our growers, they’ll gladly tell you about their history of nurturing the land through crop rotation, soil conservation, and reduced tillage. The results? The farmers who grow PNW Co-op Specialty Foods use up to 50 percent less fossil fuel, greatly reduce the use of toxic chemicals, sequester carbon, and conserve water.
It all adds up to rich, healthy soil, which allows PNW Co-op to grow healthy garbanzo beans, lentils, and split peas.
“We know there is a real and growing concern about the food we eat and the methods under which those foods are grown and handled,” says Bill Newbry, chief executive officer of PNW Farmers Co-op. “We select the food products we grow as carefully as we select food for our own families.”
PNW Co-op Specialty Foods are also verified by the Non-GMO Project, certified Kosher, and pass the toughest food safety inspections in the industry.