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Pioneer Food Services' Main Commercial Kitchens
 

Tacoma
1902 Milwaukee Avenue
Tacoma, WA  98421
Email:  [email protected]

Pioneer Food Services - Bellingham
c/o Whatcom County Crisis Stabilization Center
2026 Division Street
Bellingham, WA  98226
Email:  [email protected]

Carlyle Catering & Food Services​ - Spokane
The Carlyle
206 South Post Street
Spokane, WA 99201
Email:  [email protected]


Pioneer Food Services operates five high-quality commercial kitchens across the state of Washington. We operate our own kitchens and in-house kitchens for customers that provide fully-cooked meals. 

Meals are prepared and delivered to our clients seven days a week / 365 days a year. 

Kitchen Locations:

  • Arlington - In-house kitchen at the Holman Recovery Center
  • Bellingham - Pioneer's commercial kitchen services Whatcom Community Detox Center and Compass Health located in the same facility, Lake Whatcom Recovery Center, Lifeline Connections, Ituha Stabilization Center in Oak Harbor and the North Sound Behavioral Treatment Center's co-occurring and opiate use disorder programs in Everett
  • Kent - In-house kitchen at the Harrison House assisted living facility
  • Spokane - Pioneer's Carlyle Catering and Food Services kitchen provides prepared meals for Pioneer Center East, Spokane Regional Stabilization Center, two Spokane Federal Residential Reentry Centers and select Pioneer Human Services housing programs 
  • Tacoma - Pioneer's commercial kitchen provides more than 1,000 meals a day to King and Pierce County residential care facilities, nonprofit organizations and day nutrition centers, Federal residential reentry centers, prepared food for restaurants in the Puget Sound region, in addition to on-the-job training and work experience for people.

Our Food Services division is licensed by the Washington State Department of Agriculture as a food processor that allows us to process, package and sell the food in retail locations. We are also licensed by the local County Health Departments to provide on-site catering. All kitchens have state-of-the-art equipment for preparing, cooking and fast-chilling ready-to-eat foods. 

Five-week menu cycles have been developed for our programs. The menus are certified by a registered dietician who is contracted by Pioneer. The nutritionist certifies that our menus comply with the Washington State and federal nutritional requirements to ensure all meals meet with the nutritional and dietary needs of the clients we serve. Trained diet aides are also on staff to accommodate special diet needs to include:

  • Soft mechanical (chewing difficulty)
  • Diabetic Diet
  • Gluten Free
  • Low Sodium
  • Kosher foods
  • Other diet needs by request

Onsite training for your kitchen staff can be provided by Pioneer upon request for proper heating, portioning and serving of the meals. Safe food handling and food storage techniques can also be discussed with your staff.

To learn more about our prepared food options and minimum quantities required, please contact us:

Email:  [email protected]