Sourcing Local

Keeping it Local

We're proud to source as many local ingredients as possible. This keeps money in our local economy, provides the freshest fruit and ingredients for our pies and helps farmers and producers in our region stay in business and provide for their families.

Here are some of the businesses we love to support throughout the year! 

Caramel Kitchen, Coeur d'Alene, ID
A family run business that creates the best caramel sauce we've ever had. It takes our Salted Caramel Apple pie to a whole new level.

Evans Brothers Coffee, Sandpoint, ID
These guys willingly said "let's do it!" when we asked about opening our bakery inside their existing Coeur d'Alene shop. We love the heart they have for our community and cultivating relationships with the coffee farmers they work with. We're proud to use their coffee in our Coffee, Cookies & Cream Pie Cup.

LINC, Spokane, WA
We love these guys! They're often the first place we start when looking to source a product locally. They're all about keeping it local to our region!

Small's Family Farm, Walla Walla, WA
A multi-generational family farm with a strong commitment to sustainable farming practices. Their flour is a huge part of the magic that makes up our crust and crumb.

SM Produce, Spokane, WA
Fresh, local rhubarb makes our strawberry rhubarb handpies pop!

Melt, Boise, ID
The best vegan butter there is! We love their commitment to sourcing ethical, sustainable ingredients and think it makes our gf/vegan cookies extra delicious.

OPMA, Okanogan, WA
A group of 5 family farms that provides us with organic Granny Smith apples in the fall and delicious peaches in the summer.

Tonnemakers, Royal City, WA
Some of the best fruit in our region - and it’s certified organic!

Pacific Produce, Wapato, WA
We met this family run farm at some of our local farmers markets and fell in love with their perfect peaches.

Bob's Red Mill, Milwaukie, OR
Proud to use Bob's in our gluten free/vegan cookies.