Pinemelon.com Loves Local

Our Sourcing Philosophy

At Pinemelon.com, we pride ourselves on offering the quality you expect from a local gourmet store at reliable everyday prices. From organic produce, to meat and seafood, to bar-setting natural brands, we love introducing our customers to new products—while still stocking the old favorites they’ve come to rely on.

Nurturing relationships with local farmers, vendors and producers is central to our goal of humanizing e-commerce and building a more sustainable food system. We champion independent businesses and are always eager to share their small business stories. Read on to learn about a few of our current Colorado partners.

Hazel Dell | Mushrooms are having a moment, from superfood coffee and tea alternatives, to jerky and other meat replacements.

Founded in 1997, Hazel Dell’s organic farm in Fort Collins has been one of Colorado’s leading sources for both everyday and exotic mushrooms.

From fresh, hand-picked fungi, to dried and even powdered mushrooms, they offer an incredible array of locally grown options.

TEAKOE | Now entering its second decade of business, TEAKOE started as a weekend side hustle.

Waking up at 5am every Saturday and Sunday (for 3 years!), founders Pete and Ryan would share their vision for more flavorful teas at Denver greenmarkets.

From whole leaf blends, to refreshing fizzy teas, they’ve since earned a deserved local following among Colorado’s health-minded, active community.

FishSki Provisions | If you live in Colorado, you may have seen FishSki’s wacky, colorful branding in your pasta aisle.

Their GMO- and rBST-free macaroni and cheese (and gluten-free grits!) come ready-to-cook, with no artificial flavors or fake colors added.

Beyond championing beloved local flavors like our state’s iconic green chili, they also donate 3% of every sale towards conservation efforts and recreational access.

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