Learn about our commitment to cease the sale of any chinook/king salmon from the coastal waters of Oregon, Washington, or British Columbia, and discover ways that all of us can help protect the Southern Resident orcas.
The Community Food Co-op recognizes that our responsibilities go beyond the products on our shelves. We are committed to transparency in annually auditing our sustainability efforts with support from the Sustainable Food Trade Association.
In honor of Earth Day, we are sharing recycling tips from your co-op. It’s important to us to share the best way for you to responsibly dispose of the items you purchase at our stores.
Thank you for voting in the 2019 Co-op Board Election. We offer our sincere thanks to the five qualified and passionate individuals who ran for the Board, and congratulations to our returning and newly elected Board directors. See who won …
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.
Learn about Nelida Martinez, a 2019 Next Step Grant and Loan recipient, and her journey from the agricultural fields of California to establishing Pure Nelida, her organic farm in Skagit Valley.
Check out these new items and the monthly staff pick. There’s always something new and exciting to discover at the Co-op.
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.
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.