There’s a new local product in our freezer cases that we want to introduce. It’s local, organic, non-GMO, sustainably produced, and created with care in small batches for your good health.
Pachamama is a co-op that is 100 percent owned and governed by the farmers who grow the coffee. Pachamama’s member-cooperatives represent thousands of families in Peru, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Mexico, and Ethiopia.
Buy any 2 bags of Cedar Grove soil, compost, or other soil amendments, and get 1 bag of Cedar Grove compost free!
Compost Days run through April 9.
Increasing the stable supply of healthy local food for Whatcom County residents is a primary mission of the Co-op’s Farm Fund. In 2015, the Farm Fund created the Next Step Project to offer assistance to farmers scaling up to increase the amount of local food available to local markets.
This simple recipe from Registered Dietitian Selva Wohlgemuth is not only delicious but also perfect for folks with digestive issues or those following a Low FODMAP diet.
On September 1, 2016, local farmworkers voted to unionize. Five hundred indigenous farmworkers formed an independent union, drafted a union contract, won an $850,000 lawsuit, and established a new Washington state labor law that guarantees both hourly and piece-rate farmworkers have the right to paid 10-minute rest breaks.