Your Friendly Neighborhood Grocer

Yoke’s Fresh Market is your local neighborhood grocery store.  We were founded in 1946 here in Deer Park by Marshall & Harriet Yoke, who began with a small store of about 2500 square feet.  Over the years the company grew and expanded under the direction of Chuck Yoke. Thirty years ago Chuck sold the company to the employees, and we have been employee owned since then.  We are in our 25th year in our current location, which is around 65,000 square feet.  Under the direction of John Bole, our CEO, we have expanded to 17 stores located in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.  

We are a full service grocery store offering fresh baked goods, farm fresh produce, Hereford Beef, Waygu beef & pork, fresh seafood, natural & organic foods, fried chicken, handmade pizzas, and fresh made sandwiches and salads.  We also have a full service pharmacy as well as a liquor store, money orders, a bill pay station, and fishing/hunting licenses.  

Yoke’s is proud to be a part of the Deer Park community.  We strive to be a force for good by doing our part as a business and individuals to contribute and give back to the community.  Whether it’s holding a food drive or pitching in to help our schools and youth, we do our part to make the place we call home a better place for everyone. 

At Yoke’s, being your neighborhood grocer is about more than stocking great products at a fair price- it’s a promise to create a better experience, in and beyond the store.  It’s rounding up the freshest local products from area farms. It’s remaining locally owned, employee owned, and active in our community. It’s a focus on environment and a commitment to help you live the fresh life. 

We are so grateful for the many wonderful guests who stop by to share their day with us.  You mean the world to us and we are grateful for your support. If you ever have any questions or anything we can help you with, please stop by or call us at 509-276-7775.  We are looking forward to the opportunity to serve you in the future.

This is a sponsored article and does not necessarily reflect the position of the Deer Park Gazette or its staff.

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