In a long history of global travels, climbing remote peaks at the far corners of the planet and testing our gear, Patagonia friends and family have become as intimately familiar with cakalang fufu as they are with chapulines or with milkshakes, burgers, and fries.
Even if we don't plan on feeding you fried crickets, Patagonia Provisions still brings you all our favorite flavors: a little taste of home on the trail, the aroma from a fresh and steaming pot of chili, and the savory chowder from that day around the kettle.
Our store carries wild-caught and sustainably sourced smoked salmon as well as jerky from grass-fed, free-range, and hormone-free bison. Our bison suppliers, committed to improving soil quality and biodiversity, employ specific grazing techniques to restore grasslands on the American Great Plains, participating in a process known as “regenerative organic agriculture” to help reduce the vast environmental impact of commercial farming practices.
Ancient KAMUT® khorasan wheat grown from preserved seeds features heavily in many of our prepared dishes. It’s prized for its nutritional value, higher in protein, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals than most modern equivalent wheats. This healthy alternative to traditional wheat has an astounding buttery and nutty flavor. You’ll also find quinoa, our favorite “super crop,” and bulgur wheat, a low-calorie alternative to brown rice.
We combine our grains with certified organic fruits, vegetables, and mushrooms to serve you the very best we have to offer. Our prepared dishes are easy to make, require very little prep, and combine the appropriate vitamins and minerals for a healthy diet.
If you’re worried we plan to make you eat with your hands—don’t be. Patagonia Provisions includes dry goods, necessary accessories like bamboo utensils, food canisters, growlers, and wraps.
You don’t need to just make delicious foods in your kitchen; our provisions taste just as good coming off a small trailside cookfire as any homecooked meal, and they’re our favorite thing for you to serve at your next celebratory feast on the summit.