Pangea Ferments handcrafts savory fermented sauerkrauts and kimchi that will add zing to any meal—breakfast to dinner—using mainly organic ingredients sourced from Whatcom and Skagit counties.
The Co-op knows how important the Thanksgiving meal can be, and we have carefully selected the very best ingredients to help you make this Thanksgiving memorable and manageable. We’re here to lend a helpful hand with everything from dinner to decor!
Stop by to peruse our selection Boo-tiful treats for Halloween that are free of artificial flavors and colors, fair trade, and otherwise better for trick-or-treaters and for the planet.
BIJA has changed its name to K’UL Chocolate, updated its packaging to be more sustainabile and user-friendly, and opened a new bean-to-bar chocolate factory in Bellingham.
Stop by the Co-op to stock your freezer with Pizza’zza pizza and ice cream sandwiches. Carefully crafted in Fairhaven using quality local ingredients. Read more about the Pizza’zza difference!
Lupita Nava grew up eating freshly made tortillas with every meal. Now you can enjoy her locally made tortillas based on a family recipe and enhanced with the healthiest ingredients.
The Ferndale Farmstead Artisan Cheese story really begins in the seeds and soil of this family operated seed-to-cheese farm where every piece of cheese is carefully crafted by hand using authentic Italian recipes, and a blend of old-world technique and a gleaming array of state-of-the-art equipment.
Get these 5 summer adventure essentials at the Co-op and hike, bike, paddle, picnic, and otherwise enjoy the great outdoors. Take a picture of your Co-op gear in the wild and share it to our social media.
Meet Nola, the creator and owner of Salsa Mama and learn about her inspirational journey to create this local, small batch, preservative-free salsa made with care in Sedro-Woolley.
Meet Modesto Hernandez Leal and Ramón Barba Torres, co-founders and worker-owners of Cooperativa Tierra y Libertad. These local farmworkers are proud to provide ethically produced berries from their farmworker-owned cooperative in Everson.