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.
Voting in the annual Board election is one of your most immediate ways to have a voice in the store that you own. Election information was mailed to member-owners around March 1. If you didn’t get your election mailer, please ask at the service desk. Open this post for link to vote online. Election closes March 31.
We are very pleased to report that for the first time ever the Co-op basket of grocery products was less than at any of the other stores surveyed. That’s right, the cost of the comparable basket of grocery items at the competition was as much as 6 percent higher than the Co-op.
Winter hours at the Co-op Bakery Cafe are 7 am to 7 pm daily. Stop by soon for breakfast, lunch, early dinner, smoothie, or espresso! The bakery cafe is across the street from the Downtown store.
Dear Nutritionist: What is your top recommendation for a healthy start in the New Year?
Take a peek at a few of the new items that we introduced at the Co-op in January!
We are excited to introduce several new items for sustainable seafood lovers from Lummi Island Wild Co-op!
Of all the winter squash, the one I most appreciate is the kabocha. These recipes feature kabocha in the Asian cuisines that gave them form: Korean and Japanese.