Sidhu Farms is an organic berry farm in the heart of the Puyallup Valley, and run by the entire Sidhu family.
They’ve been selling at Pike Place Market since 1999. Sidhu Farms is about 90 acres of plots throughout the valleys, with certified organic blueberries as their primary crop. They’re located in Puyallup, about 40 miles from the Market. Sidhu Farms also grow strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, marion and boysenberries. While they are mainly a berry business, they also grow a wide assortment of vegetables including: tomatoes, cauliflower, and brussel sprouts.
Sidhu Farms also uses their harvest to create delicious jams in a variety of flavors. They make the classics, like raspberry rhubarb jam, but also have more experimental flavors, like marionberry jalapeno pepper. They also sell honey from their raspberry fields.
Owner, Chet Sidhu came to America in the early 1980s from Punjab, India and comes from generations of farmers.
Oldest son, Kamal, is the brains behind the whole farming operation, he has many titles, such as the HR, Sales rep, laborer, and picker.
Sunny is the middle son and you can usually catch him at the farmers markets or most likely running the fruit stand.
Sarge, Chet’s youngest child, is the glue that keeps the whole farm together. He takes part in the whole process, from ploughing the fields, to organizing setting up their table set up to sell.
You can find Sidhu Farms set up either on the farm tables in the Market’s main arcade or on the cobblestones of Pike Place, under the ‘Public Market’ sign. Their jam, honey and frozen berries are also available to purchase online.