As a Board, we want to communicate with you about People First Bellingham Initiative 4 and how it relates to our Co-op. There are four initiatives on the ballot under the People First Bellingham umbrella.
Over the next six weeks, the Community Food Co-op is joining 160 businesses around the nation in calling for bold climate action. We are raising our voices, calling our members of Congress, and urging them to take decisive legislative action this fall. We hope you’ll join us.
Sweet corn Caprese is crunchy, creamy, herby and nutritious. It screams summer and it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser. Bonus: it couldn’t be easier to prepare.
Did you know that Whatcom County is the leading producer of blueberries in Washington and that Washington is the largest producer of both organic and conventional blueberries in the nation?
There are thousands of tomato varieties that come in a multitude of shapes, sizes, and colors. With so many to choose from, we wanted to share our quick tomato guide for the six tomato varieties you can almost always find fresh in our produce department.
Co-op vendor Flynn Farms is woman-owned, veteran-owned, AAPI-owned and certified organic. We visited Flynn Farms to talk with owner Savannah about her journey and her mission to empower a new generation of farmers.
The Co-op’s bulk department is all about saving money, reducing waste, and being better stewards of our environment. We offer products in our bulk department that can’t be found elsewhere.
“Is there anything I can change with my diet to help with my seasonal allergies?“ Perhaps! Try these helpful food and diet tips from the nutritionist for relief from seasonal allergies.
The Co-op is celebrating our 50th anniversary. Visit our anniversary page and watch a fun video, shop for 50th anniversary Co-op T-shirts and hoodies, and see a timeline of our history.
Thank you for donating to the Co-op Farm Fund! Farmers share their appreciation for the ways in which the Farm Fund has helped their organic, sustainable farms.