April 13, 2015


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tell us where to find chiles

40 thoughts on “Oregon

  • Los Roast, if you’re driving them up to Portland from NM, why not stop in Medford? Like Natural Grocers, Trader Joe’s, Food 4 Less… I’m sure all of them would gladly accept a shipment! And you wouldn’t be leaving Southern Oregon out!

  • Hello Chile Lovers! We are Los Roast –

    We are New Mexico Natives, and and bring hatch chile up from NM to Portland (and surrounding areas) throughout the season. This will be our 6th year in operation.

    Our 2018 ROASTING CALENDAR is posted here : http://www.losroast.com/.
    Feel free to contact us through our website or find us on facebook is you have any questions.

  • In Eugene Oregon the Albertsons locations have all temps but you must roast yourself it’s from young guns hatch green chile

  • Anyone know where to get Hatch in Central Oregon? I am from New Mexico and Love Love Love my green chili! I am now in Madras OR, by Bend. I heard Whole Foods in Bend had it in the past.

    • Last year I was able to get them by the box at the Safeway on 27th in Bend but haven’t seen them yet this year. I’m from El Paso and used to go to the Mesilla chile festival every Labor Day and sure miss the smell permeating the region as the chiles roasted.

  • I live in the Lincoln City area. Is there any hatch chili locations in my area. Homesick for NM hatch chili

  • Hi Miriam, I live in Salem, Oregon and we can get Hatch Chile at Safeway, Fred Meyer and Roth’s. I use to drive to Tigard and get it at Whole Foods. Have you checked there?

  • Hello everyone. I’m Jesse from Los Roast green chile company based here in Portland, OR. We bring and roast NM green chile from the hatch valley. All of our chiles our sourced directly from the Hatch Valley and are certified by the New Mexico Dept of Agriculture, New Mexico Chile Association, and the New Mexico Certified Program. Our varieties include AZ-1904 (Medium-Hot),Big Jim (Medium), Sandia (Hot), Lumbre (XX-Hot). We roast by the bushel and half bushel. We also supply chile to Roth’s grocery market. If you have a store or market you would like to see NM green chile, please let me know and I will work with their produce buyer to supply them chile. It’s that time of the year to enjoy the best chile in the world!

  • I have seen and purchased Hatch Green Chili at Sherms Thunderbird in Roseburg the last 2 years in a row. Will be watching for them again this year.

    • Hi Miriam. Haven’t hear of any locations near Tigard yet, but here are a list of stores that could carry chiles this year. Are any of them near you? Yokes, Super 1, Rosauers, Trading Company, Harvest
      Foods. If so, try asking the produce manager to bring some in for you. They may not have a roast, but at least you can get authentic, non-canned, chiles this year! =)

    • You can get really good green chile at the Portland Farmer’s Market. It’s grown in Forest Grove from NM seeds.

        • Hi Pam. Isn’t sad that people are calling other green chiles, Hatch Chiles?! Make sure to do you due diligence to make sure the chiles you’re buying are certified Hatch NM chiles. There should be a mark/sticker on the case if so

    • Find Los Roast. They have a mobile roaster that goes around the Portland area. The schedule is posted on their FB page.

      The owner is from Burque and gets his chile from the Hatch Valley. He usually carries medium and hot.

      • Hi Lisa,

        What’s the name of your farm and Nursery as I’d love to look you folks up on Sunday. Also how much are you selling a bushel for?

        Thanks so much!

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