A Food Hub is a business or organization that actively manages the aggregation, distribution and marketing of source-identified food products primarily from local and regional producers to strengthen their ability to satisfy wholesale, retail, and institutional demand.
Information drawn from the Oregon Food Hub Network map, published by OSU Extension and the Oregon Community Food Systems Network.
A Bend-area food hub offering year-round retail and wholesale sales of local and regionally-sourced foods.
Featuring cold storage, aggregation, distribution, year-round retail, and a commercial kitchen to serve regional food producers and food businesses.
A value-added food business incubator space and coworking commercial kitchen in Cottage Grove.
A local food storefront in Tillamook connecting small-scale producers directly to consumers.
Year-round aggregation, distribution, and infrastructure services for Southern Oregon farms.
Direct-to-consumer sales of Wallowa County foods.
A farmer-owned and operated, direct-to-consumer online marketplace in Hood River.
The Mobile Farmers Market, supported by Gorge Grown Food Network and the Columbia Gorge Food Security Coalition, sources locally grown produce from more than 30 small farmers to sells to consumers in low- access, rural neighborhoods.
Year-round, online direct- to-consumer sales of local Klamath Basin foods.
Year-round, online direct- to-consumer sales of local Lane County foods.
Year-round, online direct-to-consumer sales of food and plants from vendors around the mouth of the Columbia River.
OtterBee’s sources locally grown, harvested, raised, and produced foods – year-round – from farms, ranches and artisanal food makers who operate within 200 miles of our Brookings, Oregon, location. We offer what we find via our website to customers in and around Brookings, Gold Beach & Smith River. Then, every Saturday, we deliver what our customers order.
Umpqua Valley Farm to School has partnered with Rogue Valley Food System Network and Otterbee’s Market along with assistance from Blue Zones Project – Umpqua to develop SOFA, a regional food hub that encompasses the five-county region of Southerwestern Oregon: Jackson, Josephine, Douglas, Coos, and Curry counties. Together, we aim to expand the capacity of our local farms while creating the infrastructure that is needed to provide fresh, local foods to buyers throughout the region.
The Redd on Salmon Street, a project of Ecotrust, is designed to help scale a more restorative, equitable, and delicious, regional food economy across the Pacific Northwest. The Redd offers infrastructure and amenities, as well as a vibrant community, to a growing network of food businesses, connecting chefs, foodservice directors, grocery buyers and entrepreneurs to independent farmers, ranchers and fishermen that supply them.