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2023 Hatch Chile Roasting Locations in Washington

New Mexico Hatch Chile peppers are back and better than ever!

Place your pre-order below for our famous roasted Hatch Chile peppers before they are gone. Remember, they freeze well to savor all year long.

[Updated 6-16-23]


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Rosauers Supermarket 5 Mile #7
1724 W Francis Avenue
Spokane, WA 99205
(509) 328-1260
August 4th Friday – 3pm -7pm
August 5th Saturday 10am – 3pm

Rosauers Supermarkets #42
101 South 47th Avenue
Ridgefield, WA 98642
(360) 887-6119
August 11th Friday – 3pm – 7pm
August 12th Saturday 10am – 3pm

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  1. 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 are 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 Town and Country grocery markets who will be having roasting events this year. Keep an eye out for their advertisements. If you have a store or market you would like to find 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!

    1. I would love to see some at Tacoma Boys in Puyallup. They sell a lot of other chile products from New Mexico except green chile.

    2. Jesse your company has been a lifesaver for me!!!!!! I get it at Marketime in Fremont or the Met Market in Queen Anne my mom is from Santa Fe and I used to take an extra suitcase to stock up 🙂

    3. Thanks Jessie! I grew up in Albuquerque, my wife in El Paso, each year we find some, but it seems to be difficult to get large batches. Anywhere near Bonney Lake, Sumner or Puyallup would be great. Thanks! Might be worth a road trip to Portland for sure.

    4. Hello-
      Please hook us fellow New Mexicans up pleeeeeeze… maybe some chicos or posole and frijoles too!!! I can make the tortillas and sopapillas myself Thanks!!!

    5. Hi:how much a bushel if more than ten bushels. We have family in oregon to accept delivery. Or we can pickup our selves. We want to do some roasting in yakima washington at our stand.

  2. Trader Joe’s tends to carry a Hatch Chile spicy salsa verde and occasionally frozen roasted green chile.

      1. I’m up in Bellingham, no thriftway here. Someone did mention albertsons, I’ll try there this summer. Thank you

        1. Check Haggen, they`’ve had Hatch chiles for the past 4-5 years. They set up a roaster in Oak Harbor last year. S h would have the Doon, Fred Meyer in Burlington has them.

      2. I checked the trader joes in Bellingham last year and had no luck. I will try again this summer and hopefully they are carrying it. Thank you!!

      1. Centers Market’s have events and fire roasting, usually have a great selection from mild to hot hot hot!
        I believe the Fred Meyer chains do as well…

      2. I’m a native New Mexican living in Olympia Washington and was wondering if you ever found fresh Hatch green chile?

        1. Monique Martinez

          Hi Janelle, I’m native New Mexican and living in Olympia WA too. I hope you’ve had luck finding green chile, I haven’t. ?

          1. Each year in August, Haggen and Safeway Foods will have roasters and fresh chiles. Check their website for Western WA.

            1. I live in Rochester, WA, and last year the Rochester Fruits stand on 9402 Highway 12 SW, Rochester, had a lot. They were planning on building a roaster for this year, too.

            2. Bayview and Haggen roast in the fall, coming up soon! You probably figured that out by now 🙂
              It’s not quite as good as in NM somehow (we lived there for 25 years) but it’s okay. No medium found so far – just hot and mild.

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