FIND US


Our bakery is located in the quaint rural village of Edison, WA nestled at the base of Blanchard Mountain.  We're in the northwest corner of Washington State between Seattle and Vancouver BC, located just off of scenic Chuckanut Drive. 

 Our town has much to offer.  Try the French Toast at The Edison Cafe, browse the reclaimed goods at Lucky Dumpster, grab a cool gift at Shop Curator, browse the art at Smith & Vallee Gallery, grab your picnic supplies from Slough Food, enjoy a beer on the patio of the Longhorn Saloon or cut some rug at The Edison Inn. 

The Breadfarm retail shop front is full of goodies you won't find elsewhere.  From the organic granola, to delicious cookies, house-made preserves, croutons and a full array of Breadfarm merchandise, we are sure you will leave with a loaf of fantastic bread as well as stock up your pantry with some delicacy.  

ATTENTION CUSTOMERS!  You are welcome to call us after we open each day to reserve a loaf of your favorite bread.  Please note, on the day prior to a major holiday (Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years and 4th of July), bread is available on a first come, first serve basis.  Thank you in advance for your understanding of this policy.  Special orders are welcome at any point, but do require 48 hours advance notice.

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FROM I-5 NORTHBOUND
Take exit 231 (Chuckanut Drive/Hwy 11).  Take a right at the stoplight off the interstate.  Head North on Chuckanut Drive for 7 miles.  Turn left onto Bow Hill Road.  Proceed west on Bow Hill Road for 1 mile.  You go over a small bridge, past the Edison Cafe and now are in town.  Follow the arterial 2 more blocks on MacTaggart Road.  We are at the next turn, on the right side of the road next to the Longhorn Saloon.

FROM I-5 SOUTHBOUND
Take exit 236 (Bow-Edison).  At stop sign turn right, heading west on Bow Hill Road for 4.5 miles.  You will come to the intersection of Chuckanut Drive.  Proceed straight through the intersection for 1 mile.  You go over a small bridge, past the Edison Cafe and now are in town.  Follow the arterial 2 more blocks.  We are at the next turn, on the right side of the road next to the Longhorn Saloon.

FROM HIGHWAY 20
From either direction (westbound or eastbound) turn north at the Best Road/Farm to Market Road (Hwy 237) stoplight.  You will follow Farm to Market Road for 7.9 miles.  As you enter town, follow the arterial, veering sharply left at the "S" curve.  Go 1 block and before the next hard right turn, park!  We are directly on the west side of the street.

FROM CHUCKANUT DRIVE
If you are coming from Bellingham, take the scenic route...Chuckanut Drive.  It's one of the most picturesque drives in the northwest corner of our state, hugging the limestone cliffs and meandering through old forests.  Be sure to stop by Larrabee State Park for a walk to the beach or quick hike to Fragrance Lake.  Anyways, from Fairhaven, drive south on Chuckanut for apx. 12 miles.  The first intersection after you drop down into the valley is Bow Hill Road.  Take a right, heading west on Bow Hill for 1 mile.  You go over a small bridge, past the Edison Cafe and now are in town.  Follow the arterial 2 more blocks on MacTaggart Road.  We are at the next turn, on the right side of the road next to the Longhorn Saloon.

RETAILERS
If you can't make it to our shop to purchase direct, be sure to stop into a local grocer for a fresh loaf of bread.  Breadfarm delivers fresh daily to the following grocers.

SKAGIT VALLEY
The Markets, Anacortes (Mon, Weds, Fri, & Sat)
Skagit Valley Food Co-op, Mt. Vernon
Rexville Grocery & Cafe, Mt. Vernon
Snow Goose Produce (seasonally Feb-Sept.)

BELLINGHAM/WHATCOM CO.
Acme Farms and Kitchen, CSA Delivery in Whatcom County, & parts of Skagit, Snohomish, and King
Community Food Co-op, Bellingham
Cordata Food Co-op, Bellingham

Terra Organica, Bellingham

FARMERS MARKETS
Breadfarm loves selling at area Farmers Markets!  Going to market it always a long day...packing up the van, setting up our booth and selling like mad, but it's so worth it!  What a feeling to see a fresh loaf of bread being tenderly tucked into a market basket along with fresh produce.  We believe in knowing where your food comes from.  This is a super way to get to know the people growing and making food in your backyard.  Buy Fresh...Buy Local...Buy In-Season!  Find us seasonally at the following markets:

 Bellingham Farmers Market
2017 Winter Markets: 3rd Saturday of each month, January thru March, 10a-3p
January 21st, February 18th, & March 18th
2017 Main Season: Saturday's April 1st thru December 16th, 10am-3pm

 Anacortes Farmers Market
2017 Winter Markets: 2nd Saturday of each month, February thru April, 9a-2p
February 11th, March 11th, & April 8th
2017 Main Season: Saturday's May 6th thru October 28th, 9a-2p

 Everett Farmers Market
2017 Market Season: Sunday's May 7th - October 1st, 11a-4p

 Stanwood Farmers Market
Friday's from 2p-7p June 2 -early September