It’s time to apply for a 2019 SEED / Community Shopping Day. If you know of a worthy organization, let them know about this funding opportunity! Read more to learn how to support the current SEED recipients and how to apply online for the 2019 program.
In March, Co-op member-owners overwhelmingly approved changes making it possible for member-owners to invest in the Co-op. Learn how and why to invest in your co-op and community!
The Co-op was awarded “Outstanding Company” for improving energy efficiency in a retail grocery setting and fostering resilient, regenerative farming communities at the inaugural National Co+op Grocers (NCG) Climate Collaborative Awards. Learn more …
Thanks to everyone who voted in the election.
Total Valid Ballots: 936
Congratulations to our new and re-elected directors: Caroline Kinsman, Melissa Morin, Randy Rydel.
Proposal to Change Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws approved by 97% of voters.
Think shopping at the Co-op is expensive? Think again! We conduct an annual price comparison and are happy to report that once again prices at the Co-op are often better than our competitors. Learn more about how our prices stack up. We work hard to offer the best prices on high-quality products for our member-owners.
Tell us what you love about your favorite school and that school has a chance to win a Staff Appreciation Snack Fest courtesy of the Co-op. We’ll fill the chosen school’s breakroom with all kinds of delicious snacks and drinks. Kids can nominate, too!
Congratulations to these fine folks!
Cooperator of the Year: Jade Vantreese
Volunteer of the Year: Frances Charlock
Read more to learn how these two women contribute to making our community the best it can be.
Co-op shoppers are known for their generosity. As of early November, shoppers have contributed $28,280.78 to various causes in 2017. Thank you for being a caring community! If you are still planning year-end donations, consider donating at any Co-op register for the following causes …
Fresh Bucks is over for the season. Check back later in 2018 for updates.
EBT users! Fresh Bucks will match the purchase amount of any EBT-eligible produce up to $10 per day toward the purchase of fresh fruit and vegetables.
We believe in the positive impact of cooperation on our food system. During Co-op Month, join us or invite a friend to join a revolution—a truly locally grown, community-owned cooperative grocery store with a healthy food system at its core.