Kiyokawa Family Orchards is back with juicy peaches!

This week we are excited to welcome back Kiyokawa Family Orchards! Kiyokawa Family Orchards has operated in Parkdale, OR since 1911, growing some of the highest quality cherries, peaches, plums and over 120 varieties of apples and pears. Randy Kiyokawa is a third generation farmer whose parents were able to return to the Hood River Valley and purchase the founding 25 acres of the farm after being released from Japanese internment camps. This week they have their delicious Flamin’ Fury Peaches, and Rainier, Regina, Black Pearl and pie cherries.

We have an amazing spread of gourmet mushrooms, hummus, dips, bouquets, craft kombucha and tamales for the road. Greenville Farms has their first cucumbers and green beans today, as well as the freshest onions which are just perfect to caramelize or grill. Unger Farms and Valley Berry Farm have a full spread of strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. Yum!

See below for a full list of today’s vendors; we’re open today until 2pm. See you at the market!

Cheng Summer Bloom (formerly Mom’s Flower Farm) – bouquets of fresh cut flowers
Greenville Farms – strawberries, raspberries, Marionberries, Bing cherries, produce, honey, eggs, sausages, jerky, cookies
Mindful Mushrooms – cultivated and wild-foraged mushrooms, mushroom powders and tinctures
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Kardia Kombucha – Locally brewed kombucha with seasonal flavorings
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches and cherries
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Unger Farms – strawberries, blueberries
Valley Berry Farm – strawberries, red and golden raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, Bing and Rainier cherries


Online preorders are available through our Whatsgood App! More info here, orders must be placed by 11pm Sunday for Tuesday pickup.


Please read the shopper guidelines on this page before coming to the market; we are asking everyone to attend responsibly to limit the risk of coronavirus transmission.