Boutique, Artisan and Exotic

We are always looking for new and interesting products to add to our roster of chef-ready ingredients. We have been an industry leader in discovering and sourcing unique, quality products that allow chefs to truly set themselves apart. Take, for example, our hand-roasted heirloom Iroquois white cornmeal. This ancient, robust and aromatic white corn was grown by the Iroquois Native Americans for hundreds of years. It was almost lost forever, but for the sole efforts of Spence Farm, a small farm passionately committed to maintaining our cultural food heritage.

Another of our favorites is the Mountain Rose apple, an heirloom apple variety grown only in the Mount Hood River Valley of Oregon, by a small group of dedicated family farms. These apples are notoriously difficult to grow, but the final product is both beautiful and delicious. Whether it is ancient cornmeal, or rare heirloom apples, Mikuni Wild Harvest is dedicated to providing you with a bounty of exotic choices for your menu.

Foods that are heirloom foods help us remember the past, the mistakes made, the good things learned, and how to live a better life now. Bringing the past into the present in order to have a better future is what our farm is all about.Marty Spence, Spence Farm

Flavors from Around the World

  • Hearts of Palm
  • Ice Plant
  • Mountain Rose Apples
  • Aged Black Garlic
  • Garlic Scape
  • Acquerello Carnaroli Rice
  • Tahitian Vanilla Beans
  • Espelette Pepper
  • Fennel Pollen
  • Green Apple Mustard
  • Finger Limes
  • Spanish Saffron
  • Charcoal Activated Salt
  • Linen Smoked Salt
  • Linen Smoked Spanish Paprika
  • Heirloom White Cornmeal
  • Fresh Wasabi Rhizome
  • Fresh Wasabi Leaves
  • Fresh Wasabi Petioles
  • Basil Fed Snails

As supplier to many of the finest restaurants in North America, Mikuni Wild Harvest is the source for today’s new ingredients that become tomorrow’s hottest culinary trends. Whether it’s finger limes or basil fed snails, stay informed of new and exciting products via Twitter, or browse our exotic wares in the Mikuni Wild Harvest Gourmet Shop.