Fort Collins WAPF Chapter

Weston A Price Foundation


Restaurants Serving Pasture-Raised Animal Products  and local foods. Note that we have not personally vetted all of these restaurants so cannot guarantee that they meet our standards, but these are places worth checking out:

Revolution Market 

130 W. Olive St., Unit B, Fort Collins

This downtown restaurant is open every day of the week, serving breakfast and lunch that feature a variety of locally grown or produced foods. 

Northern Colorado Green Menu

Visit this website for a regularly updated listing of local restaurants that feature locally grown and produced menu items. There is also a link to restaurants that feature gluten-free menu items, too. 


Ras-Ka Restaurant

120 W. Laurel St.

Fort Collins, CO 80521


From the Re-Direct Guide: Eating at Ras-Ka is food for your soul, and some delicious ethinic cuisine that makes you want to go back for more. All food made from scratch, with Hanna’s famous Ras-Ka sauce with more than 35 herbs and spices. Organic, local ingredients.

Chimney Park Bistro

Jason Schaeffer

406 Main Street

Windsor CO 80550


Check the website for hours and monthly specials. Happy Hour daily from 5-7 pm; Dinner from 5-9 pm M-Sat and Sunday from 5-8 pm. Featuring local seasonal produce, award winning wine program, and a warm inviting atmosphere.

Specialty Products and Services

Healthy Harvests (formerly Olea Colorado)

Amy Wansing 573-694-6812

Specializing in olive oil and olives from a single organic olive estate in Greece as well as herbs and essential oils with plans to add more products in the near future. Colorado residents get free shipping with orders over $40.

Kaleb's Katch

Hunter Thompson


Wild Alaskan Seafood including cod, salmon, and halibut as well as shrimp and other seafood as available. Available at local farmer's markets and on the website. 

Come Back to the Table, LLC

Linda Hoffman

725 E. Mulberry Street

Fort Collins, CO 80524


Weston A. Price-friendly cooking classes featuring seasonal and locally raised vegetables, meats, and cheeses. Emphasis on fast, weeknight cooking using fresh ingredients.

Copoco’s Honey

Virginia Gilmore

2806 Alan St.

Fort Collins, CO


Honey, naturally-flavored creamed honeys, honey soaps, beeswax, beekeeping books and supplies, bee jewelry, toys, cookbooks, bamboo clothing, baskets, baby slings, knit hats and scarves, honey candy, honey pots, lip balm, handcrafted gifts. Beekeeping apprentice program. Year-round. Call for hours and tours. Also available at Drake Road Farmers’ Market, Albertson’s on N. College and South Lemay, Alley Cat Café, and Catalyst Coffee in Fort Collins, Rocky Plains Quality Meats and Kitchen Alley in Loveland, and the Old Feed Store in LaPorte.

J&J Apiaries

2936 Garrett Drive

Fort Collins, CO 80526


Honey and honey-based products

Marshall’s Organic Acres

Bob Marshall

9217 N CR 7

Wellington, CO 80549


Honey, soaps, lip balms, cashmere fiber and yarn. Available at Fort Collins Farmers’ Markets.

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