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Taste Matters

Taste Matters!

Green Truck Grocery celebrates the flavors of Oregon in everything we sell, buying locally whenever possible. We go out of our way to partner with regional farmers and producers, even when there may be easier and cheaper options. We’re spoiled in Oregon with amazing terroir that produces an abundance of fresh and seasonal produce. Additionally, we stock the staples you need, when you need them, year-round. When something is out-of-season, you can feel confident that whatever you need has passed through stringent quality and sourcing standards in a supply chain that’s as short and sustainable as possible. No compromises.

supply chain transparency


Many grocery store products and food often travel long distances before reaching their shelves, and ultimately, your home. Even worse, sometimes these products are grown and harvested under questionable and unfair labor practices. This is unacceptable to us. Green Truck Grocery won’t work with a supplier that doesn’t meet our standards.

best products

The Goods

If it isn’t good enough to feed our own families, we won’t sell it. That’s our promise. This means that whenever possible, we carry products that are certified organic. We also understand that for a handful of small, local producers, organic certification isn’t feasible. They still uphold high standards that often exceed organic certification. We advocate for our suppliers and trust the care they put into their products.

Healthy Animals

Got Standards?

Green Truck Grocery’s commitment to quality is evident in our selection of dairy, eggs and meat. We prefer all-natural products, including poultry, our beef is grass-fed, and our certified humanely raised pork is fed a non-gmo, 100% vegetarian diet. We believe happy, healthy animals helps ensure quality products, and that leaves us and our customers happier and healthier.

true cost of food

The Real Cost

Commitment to quality comes at a price. Whether it’s the environment or humans, there’s a cost to be paid for cheap food. Paying a premium supports farmers who are doing things the right way, making for an overall healthier and more sustainable food ecosystem. This benefits the entire community.