Welcome to the Marketplace!

Summer Hours

June 5th - September 11th
Every Day 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

We are more than a Marketplace...

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit and a way that we keep that status is through
our Marketplace which is a physical store and year-round farmers market.

But we are so much more than that! See our Get Involved page
to learn about all the ways Central Oregon Locavore is
working in our community.

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Our Lovely Marketplace

Food Access

We Accept SNAP EBT Cards!


We are proud to support community access to fresh, local foods. SNAP, WIC and OHP recipients are provided with an additional 5% discount on all food purchases.

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Double Up Food Bucks Program

Double Up Food Bucks

We now offer Double Up Food Bucks, a program that allows SNAP participants a $1 for $1 match on purchases of fresh fruits and vegetables, up to $20 a day.

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Farm Direct Vouchers

Farm Direct Vouchers

The Oregon Farm Direct Voucher Program provides vouchers to families that are participants of the Women, Infant’s and Children Program and Limited Income Seniors.

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Locavines - Central Oregon Locavore
Locavore supports local food and local farmers, including those wonderful farmers who grow the grapes for the wines we all love and enjoy. Locavines is Locavore's newest initiative to highlight Northwest artisan wineries while educating you about Northwest viticulture, food pairings and what makes those local flavors pop. Our carefully selected wines have been vetted for their sustainability, affordability and delicious profiles. The Locavines Wine Corner has been lovingly curated to bring some of Oregon's best wines directly to you. Come and check it out today. Selection varies with the season.

Gift Certificates

Central Oregon Locavore - Gift Certificates

Get and give! Available in $35 - $250 and will be mailed within 3 business days.

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Our Sourcing Policy:

Locality of food is most important. We make every effort to give precedence to locally produced Central Oregon foods when available. Organic practices that support healthy soils and ecosystems outweigh costly and often unattainable organic certification labels. After Central Oregon local products, regional and then NW regional products are given precedence. Products sourced from regions farther than the Pacific Northwest are chosen carefully based upon sustainability practices and nutrient-density. Whole foods that aren’t locally available are purchased as close to home as possible and/or through local distributors who share our mindful purchasing practices. These practices include sourcing from small-scale farmers and producers that follow organic growing practices and are socially responsible in ways that support their local communities.
  • Central Oregon Local: Products that are grown, raised, or sourced from within Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson County.
  • Regional: Products that are grown, raised, or sourced from within 150 miles of Downtown Bend. This included much of the Willamette Valley, Portland area, and Klamath Basin area.
  • Northwest Regional: Products that are grown, raised, or sourced from within 375 miles of Downtown Bend. This includes much of Idaho, Northern California, and Washington.
  • Closest sustainable source – every attempt to secure organic, biodynamic, fair-trade, and sustainable is made.