Redmond’s Natural & Organic Grocery Store

Why We Love It Here

Our Redmond store is surrounded by hundreds of acres of farmland — perfect for a company that prides itself on close-knit relationships with local farmers and ranchers. Thanks to them, we always have hyper-seasonal specialties like microgreens and zucchini blossoms, and organic meat that’s free of antibiotics and hormones.

If you notice customers arriving to the store by horseback, don’t be surprised. We often see riders (in addition to runners and cyclists) coming in to refuel, seeking out things like freshly made sides from the deli, ice-cold energy drinks and direct-from-the-farm produce.

Store Features

  • Pizzeria with hot slices and whole pies
  • Full-service meat and seafood counter
  • Locally sourced craft spirits
  • Grass-fed yogurt bar
  • Café with organic espresso and tea
  • Kombucha on tap
  • Fresh-cut fruits and vegetables
  • Hot food and soup bar
  • Salad bar
  • Antipasti bar
  • Full-service cheese counter
  • Grilled sandwiches
  • Bulk food section
Take a store tour
Kids forage freely

Let your little one delight in something new. Kids under 12 get a free veggie or piece of fruit on the house.

LOCAL CRAFT SPIRITS

In addition to beer, wine and ciders, pick up a bottle from our carefully curated selection of local craft spirits, hand-selected by Seattle Magazine’s 2017 Wine Steward of the Year.

THE CREAM OF THE CROP

Stop by our PCC Yogurt Bar for a cup of organic, grass-fed yogurt produced by Pure Eire Dairy and add on a bounty of seasonal toppings.

Pop in for a piping hot pizza

Whether you’re seeking classic or vegan slices, you’ll find ready-to-eat and take-and-bake pies to round out pizza night, made from scratch daily.

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MEET THE STORE DIRECTOR

“I know that each day I come to work for PCC, I am helping to support local farmers, local businesses and sustainable practices. I have grown up in this community and work with my team to continue building on the strong relationships that we’ve established, as well as to find new ways to further connect with our neighbors.”

Eric, Store Director
Redmond PCC