Awards & Accolades

These Are Washington's 2018 Good Food Award Winners

Sixteen notable local sweets, brews, and pantry products to sample this year? Challenge accepted.

By Seattle Met Staff January 22, 2018

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Cascadia Creamery's beloved Glacier Blue.

The Good Food Awards, surely the only honorary with an "elixir" category, announced its 2018 winners this weekend in San Francisco. Per usual, Washington represented well in this annual celebration of sustainable, crazy tasty local food and drink products. This year's local victors included some familiar names alongside some newcomers. (Mental note: check out that snacking cacao and spicy eggplant kasundi situation, stat.)

The whole list of winners is available online, and below are Washington's honorees by category.


Atwood Ales Farm Brewery, Rhuty


Cascadia Creamery, Glacier Blue & Sawtooth


Dragon’s Head Cider, Traditional Cider & Perry
Finnriver Farm Cidery, Blue Hewe


Vashon Coffee Company, Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Natural Daniel Miju


Fran’s Chocolates, Dark Chocolate Sauce & Caramel Sauce
Good King, Harmony Gourmet Snacking Cacao


Girl Meets Dirt, Ruby Spiced Apple Shrub
Reverend Al’s Bona Fide Potents, English Cucumber, Lime and Mint Shrub 


St. Jude Tuna, Mediterranean (Solid White Albacore Tuna)
Pure Alaska Salmon Company with Ocean Beauty Seafoods, Canned Pink Salmon


Sequim Bee Farm, Snowberry Rose


Seattle Canning Company, Sonny’s Spicy Eggplant Kasundi


Johnson Berry Farm, MJ’s Bread and Butter Pickle & MJ’s Basil Bread and Butter Pickle
OlyKraut, Cumin Jalapeño Sauerkraut


Johnson Berry Farm, Strawberry Basil Jam

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