Fishline’s Market is a grocery store-style Market stocked with fresh fruits and vegetable, canned goods, dairy, eggs, meat and bakery items. Clients may shop as often as two times per week.
Healthy Foods Market
The Healthy Foods Market is a grocery-store style shopping experience. It is stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, dairy, dry/canned good, baby food and diapers, and a variety of miscellaneous products. The Market is open 5 days/week (see hours of operation). Registered in-area Clients may shop two times per week. A “Fishbucks” system determines shopping capacity for each family, allowing greater shopping capacity for larger families.
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Donations directed to this program allow Fishline to make weekly purchases to ensure that products such as milk, eggs, yogurt and greens are available to our clients.
Fishline’s Grow-A-Row program encourages community gardeners to set aside part of their gardens to grow healthy fruits and vegetables for our clients. Thanks to enthusiastic growers, an abundance of fresh from the garden produce arrives at our donation door daily during the garden season. Poulsbo Farmers Market vendors donate unsold produce at the end of each Saturday, plus PFM shoppers often buy a little extra to donate to Fishline. Fishline’s very own raised garden beds in our backyard also provide a beautiful harvest for the Market shelves.
Cooking Demos, Samples and Recipes
Twice per month, a Volunteer Chef cooks up a delicious recipe using ingredients from the Healthy Foods Market. Clients can sample, discuss cooking tips, and receive healthy recipes.
Clients may register for and receive commodities at Fishline each time they shop, in addition to shopping in the Market.
Clients who are homebound, or temporarily unable to come to the Market, may sign up for Home Delivery. Volunteers will call Clients to get a weekly grocery order, and will then deliver the groceries to their door.
No Permanent Address/Homeless
Clients who are homeless, may shop at Fishline in the Market. Plus they are eligible for a selection of groceries and personal care items specifically purchased for clients who may be living in a tent or car.
The USDA’s SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) registration is available at Fishline.Learn More
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