Five organic produce items joined the Co+op Basics program: baby peeled carrots, zucchini squash, Bartlett pears, Roma tomatoes, and Fuji apples. Click through to learn more.
It’s time to dig in to crispy apples, juicy pears, and the sparking jewels of the pomegranate. Bake them, juice them, puree them, and just enjoy eating them fresh. These seasonal treats come and go quickly—feast on your favorites or try new flavors this season.
The farmers of Spring Time Farm found a natural division of labor with Nick Spring taking the lead on the vegetable side of things and Sarah Robinson using her decidedly green thumb as the lead farmer-florist.
Combine these techniques with a selection of meats, fish, and farm fresh vegetables and fruits harvested at the peak of flavor.
Every year the Environmental Working Group (EWG) tests pesticide residue levels on conventionally grown produce and publishes the results in the handy Shoppers Guide to Pesticides in Produce—more commonly known as the Dirty 12 and Clean 15 lists. Pick up a wallet-sized card in our stores.
Try this simple yet delicious recipe for Chipotle Spiced Mango Pico de Gallo. Great in tacos or as a garnish for grilled fish or chicken.
Every spring the appearance of fresh, seasonal asparagus coincides with the popularity of eggs during the Easter season. These two seasonal favorites combine in this delicious vegetarian recipe.
This simple recipe from Registered Dietitian Selva Wohlgemuth is not only delicious but also perfect for folks with digestive issues or those following a Low FODMAP diet.
We are very pleased to report that for the first time ever the Co-op basket of grocery products was less than at any of the other stores surveyed. That’s right, the cost of the comparable basket of grocery items at the competition was as much as 6 percent higher than the Co-op.
This simple, healthful recipe is great for dinner and is also the perfect work lunch!