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!
Congratulations to these fine folks!
Cooperator of the Year: Jade Vantreese
Volunteer of the Year: Frances Charlock
Read more to learn how these two women contribute to making our community the best it can be.
Co-op shoppers are known for their generosity. As of early November, shoppers have contributed $28,280.78 to various causes in 2017. Thank you for being a caring community! If you are still planning year-end donations, consider donating at any Co-op register for the following causes …
Extended! Don’t forget to use Fresh Bucks when you checkout!
EBT users! Fresh Bucks will match the purchase amount of any EBT-eligible produce up to $10 per day toward the purchase of fresh fruit and vegetables.
We believe in the positive impact of cooperation on our food system. During Co-op Month, join us or invite a friend to join a revolution—a truly locally grown, community-owned cooperative grocery store with a healthy food system at its core.
The Co-op is honored to host a special First Friday and October art show in collaboration with the Lummi community featuring photos from Jesintel—meaning to learn and grow together.
Read these two inspiring updates from MAC grant recipients: Familias Unidas por la Justicia and Community to Community Development’s Jardin de Tierra y Libertad. Learn how your shopping dollars directly help the Co-op support local farmworker communities.
Co-op kids can submit a question when they visit the play area in our stores, and we will forward their question to a local farmer to be answered. It’s all part of connecting kids to their food and where it comes from. See what kids have been asking!
Sharing the results from our sustainability tracking informs Co-op staff and shoppers on ways we can work even harder to improve our already strong environmental business practices.