PARK CITY, Utah – Fairweather Natural Foods on Iron Horse Drive is a health food grocer and café celebrating 30 years of fueling Park City with organic staples, holistic supplements, and nutritious meals.
Fairweather owner, Jennifer Rattray, moved to Park City in 1992, the same year Fairweather was established. She purchased the business and became the sole owner in 1997.
With several decades of experience serving nourishing lunch and breakfast staples, Fairweather’s café is a health-conscious diner’s dream. The café whips up two hearty vegan soups daily and rotates recipes throughout the month. It also serves up smoothies, fresh-pressed juices, sandwiches, salads, and vegan pastries.
Rattray delights in creating superfood menu items. “I’m interested in holistic healing, natural foods, and supporting organic. I try to tie in all the healthy products we carry and make it into food,” she says.
The Park City community is an integral component of Fairweather’s success. “We have always had loyal supporters that have followed us from the very beginning,” Rattray explains, “People that love to shop local and believe in what we are doing.”
Fairweather showcases local brands like LOCOCO, Ritual Chocolate, Park City Granola, Wasatch Waffles, White Lake Farms honey, Hollow Tree Honey, and Solaray supplements. In addition, the grocery shelves burst with organic supplements, hygiene products, pantry staples, bulk items, and produce.
“We have something for everyone depending on their interests,” Rattray says, adding, “We have everything you need to support your immune system during this very weird time.”