It’s time for our annual head-to-head comparison of competitors’ prices to Co-op prices. This year, the Co-op continues to beat the basket price at Haggen and Whole Foods.
Tell us why your school rocks, and we’ll select one of the nominated schools and fill its break room with goodies from the Co-op. Kids can nominate too!
Co-op prices are comparable to, and often considerably lower than, our competitors. But who doesn’t want to save even more money? Here are seven ways to save at the Co-op.
It is our honor to acknowledge Kristina Lee Podesva as a 2018 Cooperator of the Year.
It is our honor to acknowledge Neah Monteiro as a 2018 Cooperator of the Year.
We are honored to name Jenny Maida-Young as the 2018 Co-op Volunteer of the Year.
Co-op member-owners have already invested more than $1.2 million! The opportunity to invest has been extended to April 14. Learn how and why to invest in your co-op and your community.
To kick off Eat Local Month in September, the Co-op and Sustainable Connections hosted the Hootenanny to Benefit the Co-op’s Farm Fund. All ages gathered to celebrate community, dance, enjoy a delicious meal, and to present the Local Farmer Awards.
Jim Ashby, who last month retired from his job as the Co-op’s general manager, was the Co-op’s first GM. Thanks, Jim, for your years of skillful and compassionate leadership, and your dedication!
October is Co-op Month, Non-GMO Month, and Fair Trade Month, which means it is a very busy month at the Co-op! Congratulations on being a Co-op member-owner. Here are some ways you can celebrate …