Posted on Tuesday, May 24th, 2011 by Megan

Fresh Sheet for Sellers | May 24-30

The FoodHub Fresh Sheet is a rundown of what’s popping in the community this week.

This week focuses on strawberries, beets and fennel (oh my!) and  getting your products to market.

How-To FoodHub: Ear to acre or head to herd – you can now specify your production capacity in your FoodHub profile! Click to edit the About Us section and answer the question that fits you best: acres in production, number of head or pounds of fish/seafood harvested per year.

Product Alerts

Strawberries, beets and fennel, oh my!

STRAWBERRIES – Beaverton School District in Beaverton, OR is looking for farms to supply fresh strawberries for their “super strawberry hungry students”!

BEETS AND FENNEL – Sassafras Catering in Portland is looking for red, golden, and candy cane beets and fennel for a busy summer of canning and preserving.

Marketplace Updates

How do you get your product to market?

Bremerton WIC in WA is seeking farm stores in Kitsap County that will be accepting Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program vouchers this year.

Poverty Ridge Cranberries in Sixes, OR is looking for a distributor for their cranberries to be harvested this fall.

Write your own post! Looking to source a specific item? Put a “Wanted” post on Marketplace to find a regional producer.

Featured Members

Get moving with these logistics and transportation providers.

Hammell Transport Service, Inc in Hermiston, OR provides refrigerated transport services to a food and beverage customers nationwide. They primarily deliver from the Pacific Northwest to Central and Southern California and back.

KRUJEX Transport Systems LLC offers general commodity freight, dry and temperature controlled, truckload and LTL, and container transportation services in OR, WA, CA, and the East Coast.  They have locations in Portland, OR, Fontana, CA, and Buffalo, NY, to service customers with freight consolidation and cross-docking.

Salish Sea Trading Cooperative, based in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, mainly relies on wind and tide to transport locally produced goods up and down Puget Sound by sailboat. Throughout the summer and fall they transport produce and other products to Seattle by sail and electric mini-truck.

To be featured in a future Fresh Sheet, update your profile! Member profiles are reviewed each week in search of the new, the fresh and the seasonal. Want help? Call or email our Help Desk: (503) 467-0816 or

Community Events & Updates

May 26 Rickreall, OR “Mock Audit” for GAP Certification
June 24-25 Corvallis, OR Regards to Rural 2011
June 24-26 Cottage Grove, OR Intro. to Permaculture (for women)
July 30-31 Cottage Grove, OR Creating an Edible Food Forest

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