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Acme Valley Foods crafts ice cream, cheeses, granola and meats

Acme Valley Foods produces Jack Mountain Meats, as well as Acme Ice Cream, Acme Farms Cheese, and Chuckanut Crunch granola
Acme Valley Foods produces Jack Mountain Meats, as well as Acme Ice Cream, Acme Farms Cheese, and Chuckanut Crunch granola Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

What is Acme Valley Foods? Acme Valley Foods is an artisan food collective devoted to building companies that share a dedication to locally sourced and crafted quality food.

Acme Ice Cream (premium ice cream), Acme Farms Cheese (soft-ripened and Alpine-style cheeses), Chuckanut Crunch (handcrafted granola) and Jack Mountain Meats (fresh, smoked and cured meats) are part of Acme Valley Foods.

What is used to make Acme products? Washington sources for Acme products include Moka Joe Coffee, Edaleen Dairy, Holmquist Hazelnut Orchards, Twin Brook Creamery, Pure Country Pork, Rader Farms, BeeWorks Farm, and Barbie’s Berries.

Where can I buy them? Whatcom County outlets are Bellingham Farmers Market, both Community Food Co-op stores in Bellingham, and independent grocers and co-ops.

What’s new? Acme Farms Cheese announced the release of its aged Gruyere, an Alpine-style Swiss cheese that’s firm and nutty, with flavors that deepen with age.

Details: Acme Valley Foods on Facebook, 888-ACME-381, and acmevalleyfoods.com, acmeicecream.com, acmefarmscheese.com, chuckanutcrunch.com, and jackmountainmeats.com.

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