Make sure to catch Christiane as she visits 2 Chucks Produce locations this Friday October 11th to attended their Health Fair.
•Chucks Produce- Mill Plain 11:00am – 2:00pm
•Chucks Produce – Salmon Creek 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Check out their website for more information on the event!
For limited time only, ANY and ALL orders made online will be just $12 shipping! Get your orders in now!!
As a proud sponsor of this years Cowbabunga – Seattle, we invite you all to stop by and find some of your favorite Painted Hills Natural Beef!
COWABUNGA benefiting Seattle Theatre Group
The ultimate food weekend returns to South Lake Union, and this year is meatier than ever, thanks to our partnership with the Washington State Beef Commission.
Join us for FOUR EVENTS over THREE DAYS showcasing the best food and drink from the Pacific Northwest.
COME ONE, COME ALL!
Tickets include bites from 40+ All-star PNW chefs, tastes of 16+ premier Washington State wines, signature cocktail samples, demos, education, live local entertainment and more!
Be sure to check out their website at https://cowabunga.seattlemet.com/ to see the whole line up and weekend full of fun events!
Friday July 11th. 2:00 pm head to Palisades Market in Lake Oswego Oregon for a demo of our products.
Saturday July 12th. 11:00 am catch us at Market of Choice Willamette – Eugene, OR
Sunday July 13th- 2:00 pm Last day at Market of Choice Willamette. Be sure to stop by to see us and try out some delicious samples!
Head over to Barbecue Nation and listen to Mehrten and Glenda Homer talk about any and all things Painted Hills Natural Beef! The start, the bringing up, meat, cattle and more! 🐂🥩😊
What happens when a student from a rural community goes off to college and is struggling to figure out what they want to do? Does the student continue to work their way through their education, guessing at where they are heading? Does a snap decision take place with the hopes they are on the right trail?
No. The student doesn’t flounder around, blindly pushing on. The community rallies behind them, and it goes something like this.
When I first started my college career, I was so certain that I would become a mechanical engineer. After finishing my freshman year, I knew that nothing about that prospect made me happy, and only that I wanted to be back in agriculture. Unfortunately, after progressing through most of my junior year, I was still blind in where I wanted my education to go.
After hearing that I had changed majors, but was still struggling to decide what I wanted to do, Gabrielle and Will Homer, owners and management at Painted Hills Natural Beef, asked if I had any interest in interning with them, learning about the beef industry, management and sales. I would be exposed to a little bit of everything and might be able to get a grasp on what my future could hold.
Given this amazing opportunity, I jumped at the possibilities.
Three months ago, I began interning at Painted Hills Natural Beef. Walking into an office full of unfamiliar faces, I was quickly greeted by Gabrielle, and introduced to the crew. Before long, unfamiliar was a thought in the breeze, and I was welcomed in to begin the process of learning what the business does.
While working and studying at the office, I learned about the history and need for the company, what we provide for cattle ranchers, and a background behind the beef market.
I learned about pricing, marketing, cattle procurement, and the management behind a company that cannot slow down for small inconveniences. With the privilege of travel, Will and I went across the PNW, journeying to Boise, Pasco, Richland, Seattle, Salem, Brownsville, and the areas in between, stopping to talk with feedlot managers, retail stores and processing plants. I witnessed the entire process, from ranch to repast, and all the management, support and logistics to make it happen.
From buying cattle, setting and analyzing prices, and fostering consumer relationships, I learned what it means to be in the beef business. I am not sure what I expected walking in, but I can say in certainty that I am extremely glad that I had the opportunity to work at Painted Hills Natural Beef, meet many new people, and gain a little clarity in where I want to go from here.
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What and exciting and fun filled weekend ahead for Keri and Melissa!
FRIDAY-Go visit Melissa at Bales Palisades sampling out some of our awesome products-Today, Friday June 14, from 3:30pm – 7:00pm
Catch Keri at Market of Choice Cedar Mills for Music on the patio tonight from 3:30pm- 7:30pm. Along with the music they will be serving up some hamburgers and hotdogs!
SATURDAY & SUNDAY – Go say hello to Keri and Melissa together at Market of Choice- Cedar Mills. Their friendly faces and delicious samples will be back in the meat department from 10am – 2pm on both Saturday and Sunday.
Farmhouse Market, owned and operated by Jay and Melissa Bluher, opened February 9, 2007 in Fall City, WA. Farmhouse Market provides locals and visitors to Fall City a local “mom and pop” option to chain markets.
Customers find many local items throughout the market including wine and seasonal produce from the Fall City area and the Yakima Valley. Painted Hills Natural Beef from Fossil, Oregon is the exclusive fresh beef found at Farmhouse Market. Customers can find a variety of seasonal produce from local producers. The tomatoes for example, aren’t just any tomatoes, they are Roland Dagdagan’s tomatoes from the Yakima Valley town of Wapato, Washington.
Farmhouse Market Meat Manager, Matt Alexander states, “In my book it’s [Painted Hills Natural Beef] the best you can buy for your dollar. We’ve just started carrying the grass-fed line. I tell folks all the time, if you want a great steak, come see me. If you’re not satisfied, I’ll return your money 100%. I’ve never had anyone come to me for a return.”
Visit Farmhouse Market, Fall City’s best kept secret, and experience your local grocery connection!
Farmhouse Market – open daily from 7 AM – 10PM
33521 SE Redmond Fall City Road,
Fall City, WA 98024
-written by Ellie Smith
Painted Hills Natural Beef is proud to introduce an updated branding image. The new look has been incorporated into updated point of sale (POS) materials including packaging labels, case dividers, signage and brochures.
20 years ago, customers would comment at demos, “This beef tastes like my grandpa used to raise,” and a tagline was born. The image of traditional ranching methods being passed down from generation to generation resonated with consumers. PHNB’s updated image brings an updated message, “Beef the way nature intended.”
“Today’s consumers are serious about food transparency,” states Jen Homer, Director of Marketing at PHNB, “They value the slow process, local, sustainable, clean. Our new brand image gives PHNB the opportunity to stand out from the rest of the herd; to educate customers about our products, and to align our image with the business we are today.”
Later this spring, watch for the launch of PHNB’s website with an updated look and new responsive design. To order POS materials for your store or restaurant, contact Jen at 877-306-8247 or email her at email@example.com.
Painted Hills Natural Beef – new look – same great taste.