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Michael Freyman
(mfreyman) - MLife
Bulk Foods? on 12/17/2005 17:28:47 MST Print View

Anyone have a good online (or even generally local) source for bulk foods?

I always like to do a little background checking. You never know who might be on the shadier side of selling potato flakes. :)

David Bonn
(david_bonn) - F

Locale: North Cascades
Bulk Foods on 12/17/2005 17:50:54 MST Print View

http://www.maryjanesfarm.com/ -- Spendy, but excellent food. All organic.

http://www.adventurefoods.com/afsearch.asp -- Has a lot of bulk dried vegetables and meat like REI sold when I was a kid.

Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
Re: Bulk Foods? on 12/17/2005 20:59:55 MST Print View

I get my veggies from www.justtomatoes.com (they make Just Veggies).
Locally, I live in the Seattle area, so I shop at WinCo, which has the best bulk section around. Otherwise, I get a lot of bulk stuff at local natural food co-op's :-)

Mike Storesund
(mikes) - F
RE: Re: Bulk Foods? on 12/19/2005 15:39:36 MST Print View

I agree that just tomatoes is a good source. My local natural food store carries them in a pint size container. Yet another plug for the local natural food store!

cat morris
(catt) - F

Locale: Alaska
Re: Bulk Foods? on 01/01/2006 15:56:48 MST Print View

I buy my bulk foods through a local health food coop or food buying club. All cities seem to have them. Even when I lived isolated on the Navajo reservation we started our own food buying club and just met the truck. Now we have the luxury of simply ordering online &picking up our food at a garage.

Thomas Travis
(tbtravis) - F
Re: Bulk Foods? on 01/05/2006 03:15:19 MST Print View

Try harmonyhousefoods.com for dehydrated veggies and beans.

Tom