Our story

A love of the Kettle Falls area and the desire to strengthen the community of local farmers, inspired Joe Petrucelli to create Meyers Falls Market.  In 2001, Joe purchased the east end of the "Old Apple Warehouse," a historic apple processing warehouse built in 1906.  Extensive renovations on the old building began, slowly transforming it into the market you see today.  After a year of hard work, Joe opened the doors of Meyers Falls Market in September of 2002. 

Now, over a decade later, Meyers Falls Market has become the epicenter of the "go local" movement.  We are committed to offering high-quality organic, natural, and local foods.  Local-made products are found in every department of the store, from grass-fed meats to organic wine, from fresh produce to raw honey.  Even our non-food departments feature locally-made soaps, tinctures, artisan-made crafts, and more. 

Because we are here to support the community with GOOD food and REAL food, there are some things you will not find here.  You will NOT find some of the most questionable and prevalent food ingredients around: High Fructose Corn Syrup or hydrogenated oils.  But if you are looking for clearly labeled non-GMO products, we have a huge selection!        

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Over a century ago, the Old Apple Warehouse was built to support Stevens County's booming orchard industry along the Columbia River. Today, apples from the oldest orchards in the area are still sold from this building.

Over a century ago, the Old Apple Warehouse was built to support Stevens County's booming orchard industry along the Columbia River. Today, apples from the oldest orchards in the area are still sold from this building.