Co-op bakers worked for over a year to perfect this recipe. These beauties set the gold standard for fluffy, tender, cinnamon rolls; proofed overnight to enhance flavor, baked fresh every morning, and topped with a butter glaze.
Prices at the Co-op are already comparable to our competitors. In fact, prices are often considerably lower than at other local stores. But who doesn’t want to save even more money? Here are simple ways to save at the Co-op.
In December, Co-op Sustainability Coordinator Melissa Elkins attended the annual Domestic Fair Trade Association (DFTA) conference in Portland. The Co-op, Community to Community Development, and Familias Unidas por la Justicia are the only three members of the DFTA north of Seattle. Melissa snapped some photos from the event to share with us.
While there are many ways that member-owners have input and influence in the Co-op, the Co-op’s Member Affairs Committee is where the rubber often hits the road. It’s a friendly, fun, and positive group of folks—we welcome you to visit and see if serving on MAC is for you!
We dropped prices by up to 30 percent on more than 80 products, and they are the products that you use the most, including chicken, beef, and pork.
Co-op staff is always researching to see how our selection and prices stack up against the other grocers in town, and to ensure that the Co-op continues to provide good value and competitive pricing for our shoppers.
To make your dollars stretch further at the Co-op, we significantly lowered prices on more than 100 products throughout our stores with our new Co+op Basics program.
There are many ways you can maximize your grocery purchases at the Co-op and still stay within your budget.
With DOUBLE SAVINGS shoppers save twice!