In 2017, the Co-op stated its commitment to racial equity work and established a process to reflect on and question the culture and community practices we live with that may further racial and social inequity. This is the timeline of the Co-op’s racial equity work in 2017 and plans for 2018.
Think shopping at the Co-op is expensive? Think again! We conduct an annual price comparison and are happy to report that once again prices at the Co-op are often better than our competitors. Learn more about how our prices stack up. We work hard to offer the best prices on high-quality products for our member-owners.
Tell us what you love about your favorite school and that school has a chance to win a Staff Appreciation Snack Fest courtesy of the Co-op. We’ll fill the chosen school’s breakroom with all kinds of delicious snacks and drinks. Kids can nominate, too!
In early October, Co-op staff visited Tecumseh Poultry in Nebraska, more commonly known as Smart Chicken. All of us wanted to learn more about why their company is an industry leader that sets the highest standard for humane chicken processing in the United States.
Discover delicious treasures from the Co-op bakery. The bakery team makes every recipe by hand—cracking every egg, decorating every item, and packaging every dessert to make each treat as beautiful as it is delicious. We’ve got Valentine’s Day treats for everyone.
Hang in there … patio weather is coming. Until then, warm up with the perfect cup! The Community Food Co-op Bakery Café has some delicious seasonal offerings that are sure to please and to keep you warm through spring.