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.
After 16 successful years, we thought it was high time for a little touchup, so the Community Shopping Day program has been refreshed and renewed as the Community Food Co-op SEED program.
Take a virtual tour through the breathtaking waters of Southeast Alaska and learn more about the fisher-artists from Nerka at their art show on display through February in the Downtown store mezzanine.
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.
Congratulations to the 2016 Co-op Volunteer of the Year—Alex McIntyre!
Congratulations to the Community Food Co-op’s Co-op Cooperator of the Year—the entire Co-op staff!
Congratulations to the Community Food Co-op’s Community Cooperator of the Year—Mardi Soloman!
We love to share what people are saying about the Co-op. You’re invited to share your input on our website or social media channels.
In November, we were honored to win gold for Best Grocery Store and Best Health Food Store in Bellingham Alive! magazine’s Best of the Northwest reader poll. In December, we are equally honored to win Best Grocery in Cascadia Weekly’s Best of Bellingham reader poll!