Places to shop for unique and/or island-based food.

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    Greenbank Cheese Specialty Foods & Gifts

    Come explore a world of tastes at Greenbank Farm!  The Greenbank Cheese Specialty Foods and Gifts has a variety of cheeses including raw, organic, sheep, goat, & cow milk cheese.  There’s also picnic foods, candy, dry salame, puzzles, magnets, maps, jam, and more! Stop by for a free tasting! Open every day!

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    Island Trollers

    Since 1967, Island Trollers offers dolphin-safe, sashimi grade troll caught albacore. It’s caught by American fishermen off the West Coast and canned in Washington State.  Then, it’s shipped daily from beautiful Whidbey Island. Shop online here or at markets throughout the Northwest including: 3 Sisters Market bayleaf Payless Grocers Note: the map below takes you to 3 Sisters Market.

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    Mutiny Bay Blues

    Fresh from Whidbey Island, the blueberries of Mutiny Bay Blues have become a regional and chef’s favorite.  Liberty, Duke, Draper, and other mouthwatering varieties are grown organically and farmed sustainably at their scenic farm just north of Freeland. You can find Mutiny Bay blueberries here: Star Store in Langley – frozen blueberries, granola, preserves, dried blueberries Whidbey Pies in Greenbank ... Read More

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    Penn Cove Shellfish

    Whidbey Island’s world-famous fresh Penn Cove mussels are served in homes throughout the Pacific Northwest and fine restaurants around the country.  Raised and harvest in Penn Cove, these mussels are known for being soft and tasty; not chewy.  Fresh mussels are available in grocery stores and fish markets throughout the region.  Penn Cove Mussels grows and harvests more than two ... Read More

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    Popsies

    Popsies is a gourmet popcorn, ice cream and specialty sweet shop in downtown Oak Harbor. Popsies has a little sweetness for everyone!

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    Primal Island Foods

      It’s the goal of Primal Island Foods to make eating a grain-free and organic paleo diet like our ancestors did, easy in the modern world. Products include: Blueberry Grain Free Granola CocoaPepp featuring the tastes of cocoa and peppermint Cranberry Grain Free Granola Dark Cocoa Grain Free Granola Find their products in gourmet shops and supermarkets in Washington and ... Read More

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    Salt & Sea Provisions – Pop-up Bakery & Market

    Salt & Sea Provisions is a one-stop pop-up shop with fresh baked goods, grab & go ready to eat foods and picnic items, pantry staples, bottled beer & wine, cocktail kits and more. It’s brought to you by the Prima Bistro, Saltwater and Seabiscuit family. HOURS: Friday – Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – Noon You’ll find it at Saltwater Fish House ... Read More

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    Star Store

    South Whidbey’s favorite market is also a gift-giver’s dream, with unique items for everyone.  The mercantile features an eclectic collection of fashionable apparel, shoes, and accessories for men, women, and children of all ages.  There are also items for the home and kitchen gadgets along with gourmet dinnerware, glassware, cars, toys and just plain old fun stuff!

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    Sweet Mona’s Chocolates

    Sweet Mona’s creates extraordinary confections in small batches using only the finest quality ingredients and made in the Belgian tradition.

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    Walden Lane Gourmet

    Walden Lane Gourmet seeks out the highest quality all natural non-GMO ingredients and handcrafted each item in small batches to ensure peak quality and flavor.  From aged balsamic vinegars to infused oils to tasty salts, and more, Walden Lane Gourmet seeks to inspire you to cook with abandon! Check their innovative seasonings to inspire new tastes in your kitchen. With ... Read More

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