CHOMP! celebrates all that is fresh, delicious, local and sustainable in King County. Taking place at the picturesque Willowmoor Farm at King County’s Marymoor Park, the event supports King County Executive Dow Constantine’s Local Food Initiative by highlighting local farms and farmers, chefs and restaurants using locally-sourced food, and local organizations specializing in healthy and affordable foods, farmer and farmland support, sustainability, and social justice.  

CHOMP! returns to King County’s Marymoor Park on August 17th!


CHOMP! 2023 Lineup (2024 Info coming soon!)

CHOMP! Beneficiary

Each year CHOMP! partners with a local organization working to improve access to healthy, locally grown food in King County. 2024 Beneficiary info coming soon!

2023 CHOMP! Beneficiary: Plant Based Food Share

Plant Based Food Share (PBFS) is a Community focused Food Systems Organization that began by providing Plant Based healthy food boxes to Seattle residents and has now grown to providing to provide food boxes to residents all over Washington state to families facing food insecurity. We support low-income, underserved urban and rural communities who live in food deserts and includes: African American, Indigenous, Latinx, & BlPOC children, families, elders, veterans, immigrants, health compromised and those in and fleeing from domestic violence relationships.

PBFS is designed to offer four things to those receiving the boxes: 1) Produce and pantry essentials for families to prepare meals during the week; 2) Healthy Plant Based Meals cooked by Chefs of Color; 3) Tools to grow food at homes with limited space, utilizing kitchens, window sills, balconies, etc. 4) provide herbs for our community for health and wellness support. We do this work as a way to heal our communities, to inspire community, and to encourage healthy lifestyles for those that are underserved and have historically been unable to grow their own food or access healthy foods.  Learn more here!

Thanks to our 2023 Sponsors and Partners!

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