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Past Sponsors


Sugar Mountain
Sugar Mountain is a family of businesses that share a passion for, and commitment to, a philosophy of wholesome nutrition. This family includes Beecher's Handmade Cheese in the Pike Place Market, Bennett's Pure Food Bistro on Mercer Island, and Pasta & Co. , a local icon in Seattle neighborhoods for over 25 years. Sugar Mountain contributes 1% of all Beecher's, Bennett's and Pasta & Co sales to the Flagship Program, founded by Sugar Mountain in 2004, which supports non-profit organizations that provide education about the benefits of pure, all-natural foods.

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Seattle Chefs Collaborative
Chefs Collaborative works with chefs and the greater food community to celebrate local foods and foster a more sustainable food supply. The Collaborative inspires action by translating information about our food into tools for making knowledgeable purchasing decisions. Through these actions, our members embrace seasonality, preserve diversity and traditional practices, and support local economies.

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Full Circle Farm
Full Circle Farm is a 140 acre organic farm located in Carnation along the banks of Griffin Creek and the Snoqualmie River. Full Circle Farm cultivates over 75 varieties of fruits, vegetables, and herbs year round. The farm's organic produce is featured on the dinner menus of many fine Seattle restaurants and is also available at Seattle-area farmer's markets. Full Circle Farm also sells produce through its Community Supported Agriculture program, where customers subscribe to weekly or biweekly boxes of fresh organic produce.

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Patagonia
Established in 1972, Patagonia is well known for its excellent outdoor clothing and gear, but it is equally committed to improving the environment with a pledge to donate 10 percent of its pre-tax profits to grassroots environmental groups. This program, begun in 1985, commits at least one percent of sales or 10 percent of pre-tax profits to such causes, whichever amount is higher. The Seattle Patagonia store gave Seasonal Cornucopia a $5000 grant to support this website as a means of educating our community about sustainable, seasonal and local food.

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