Northwest Wild Foods

Northwest Wild Foods has been bringing hand picked wild foods from the forests of the Pacific Northwest to tables of restaurants and households across the United States for over 20 years. Our small family owned business specializes in providing the best quality wild foods the Northwest has to offer while maintaining the personal service and attention you deserve. Northwest Wild Foods Co., Inc. is located in Burlington, WA a short drive from the Cascades. Wild Harvest berries, jams, syrups and mushrooms can be found in the best restaurants and gourmet foods stores across the country. Some of the gourmet foods we offer include wild huckleberries, wild blackberries, wild blueberries, wild salmonberries, wild black raspberries, wild cranberries, red currants, black currants, white currants, lingonberries, Canadian blueberries, gooseberries and more. We also harvest seasonal wild mushrooms including morels, chanterelles, lobster, porcini, black trumpets and more.

Listing last updated on Jun 26, 2014

Northwest Wild Foods is a small family run company who has specialized in harvesting only the best wild foods and specialty foods for over 25 years now. Our signature berry is the Little Wild Blackberry which is handpicked in the Pacific Northwest Mountains each summer. We also specialize in harvesting wild huckleberries. We harvest Wild Blue Huckleberries and Wild Red Huckleberries as well as Wild Blueberries. These unique berries are all naturally grown wild and make us who we are.



Schedule and Location:

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday- Friday




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spent a lot of money on these berries..very disappointed.. no taste..owner very nice but did not help much


We recently visited Washington on vacation. One of the things that we discovered about Washington is its delicious blackberries. So when we returned home, we ordered your blackberry syrup (for ice cream topping) and your wonderful jam for breakfast toast/biscuits.... [more]


I like the thought of this farm. I hav'nt visited it yet , although.

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