All hail chocolate!
For those of us who missed celebrating the actual Chocolate Day this past Sunday,October 28th –today is a great opportunity to do so! Indulge your love for chocolate with elegant and nutritious bars and nearly endless flavor combinations. With so many wonderful chocolates on sale here at the Co-op,
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Available in 6 packs of dark lager!
Dark lagers. Unexpected perhaps,but not such an oxymoron. Ninkasi’s Lady of Avalon proves to be an excellent example of the Dunkel (“dark”) and Schwarzbier (“black beer”) styles,popular in Germany and Eastern Europe. For an authentic German example of this style available in the Co-op’s beer aisle,try
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By SEAN ELLIS –originally printed in the Capital Press
A lot of money available through a USDA program designed to help organic producers and farmers transition to organic production is going unused.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service’s organic initiative provides financial assistance to organic and transitioning organic producers to help offset the cost of
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Napa Valley Organic Olive Oil 50.8oz ~ delicious,medium bodied flavor that goes well with any food. And best of all,it’s organic! Sale Price $22.99 – Reg. $27.39
Continue reading TOP DEALS!! Oct 30th –Nov. 4th,2012
New to the Co-op! Add comforting rich flavors with Tillamook’s Vintage Smoked Extra Sharp White Cheddar. This classic style cheddar curds are cut,pressed and aged for 2 years before meeting an infusion of natural hardwood smoke.
The result:an exquisite mature cheddar with just the right amount of creamy,tangy and
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Who says sandwiches can’t be for dessert, or an afternoon rainy day treat, or just because it’s Saturday and I really should be cleaning my house but instead I’m going to eat this sandwich and watch Love Actually for the 752nd time. So basically you see how my weekend went, sometimes we have to put
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There is an old Irish Proverb that says “When the apple is right,it will fall.” That being said we have over 21 varieties fall in our laps this week! Hudson’s Golden Gems,a few Cox Orange Pippins,Boskoop,Karmjin de Sonneville and lots of Sweet Sixteen’s to be had. British baking Bramleys are just
Continue reading The Produce Report:October 29- Nov –4,2012
Super deals for current Co-op Member-Owners!
Sale prices good Oct 30-Nov 12,2012
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For hardcore Vegans,folks who avoid all animal-based products,finding a D3 supplement has just gotten much easier. Up until yesterday,the Coop did offer a vegan form of a D vitamin,but it was a D2 which some people felt would not be as readily absorbed.
Thankfully,we now have in-stock and on-sale Country
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I’m usually a really great planner when it comes to dinner. This week I seemed to be in a perpetual Wednesday,or Groundhog day,either way I kept forgetting to plan for dinner. So,Friday comes along and whamo…I have nothing planned or defrosted. The good news for my family is that I am not
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NORTHWEST AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CENTER FUNDED
FOR COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT
Mt. Vernon,WA –The Northwest Agriculture Business Center (NABC) has been awarded a third round of $175,000 in grant funding to support the development of agricultural related cooperatives throughout the northern Puget Sound region. The funding comes through the USDA Rural Development
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Arrowhead Mills Organic Herb Stuffing –$2.99. Blend with broth and use to stuff chicken,duck,or turkey, –or –bake as a sidedish. Reg. $3.69.
Imagine Foods Organic Chicken Broth –$2.49. 32 oz. Reg. $4.15.
Cascadian Farms Organic Cereal –$2.99. Crowd-pleasing Honey nut O’s or Cinnamon Crunch. 10.3 oz. Reg. $4.15.
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For immediate release
Call:Michele Graves,Public Information, 425.640.1513 Jason Niebler,Project Director, 206.436.9433
College awarded grant for Sustainable Agriculture Education
Lynnwood,Wash. —Edmonds Community College has been awarded a $900,000,three-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) entitled the Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAgE) Collaborative.
In partnership with Skagit Valley College,Seattle
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Warm up with Co-op’s own handmade organic Mayan Chocolate ice cream. Stop by our Deli to try a cone of our popular favorite from last year,a spicy twist on our smooth,melt-in-your-mouth original chocolate flavor.
Our Mayan Chocolate ice cream is gluten free and handcrafted using quality dark Guittard chocolate and
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