Woodstock, Astoria Co-op Grocery and You: Learn, Share, Grow TEAM NON-GMO! In the United States, 80% of processed food is likely to be genetically modified, and not everyone is sure how to identify which foods are genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and which are not. It’s up to us to LEARN the fa
Here’s some info. about the wines Lisa Parks will be pouring for you to taste during owner appreciation week. You can come taste wine with Lisa on Saturday May 16, anytime between 4 and 6 p.m. The lineup (just click on each for more details that Lisa provided): LaVielle Rose Barnard Griffin R
Photo by Giles Clement The farmers of Washington state’s first and only certified organic cranberry farm will be sampling out their juice at the Co-op on the first day of our Spring 2015 Owner Appreciation Week. Stop by the store and try some on Sunday May 10 at 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Starvation Alley e
The Chef. Marco Davis! Thanks so much for the enthusiasm for local food, Folks! The event is sold out. When: Wednesday June 3 at 6 p.m. Where: Columbia Center Coho Room 2021 Marine Drive Astoria, OR 97103 Event Details: Some of
“Beans for Bags” is a popular donation program we’ve seen at several food co-ops and we’re going to give it a try! The aim is to encourage conservation of disposable bags by offering customers a dried bean in exchange for bringing in their own shopping bag; one bean is given for each bag
The Board of Directors adopted Astoria Co-op Grocery’s Strategic Plan in April 2015, unveiling the plan to the ownership at large at the Co-op Annual Meeting on May 3, 2015. For a printable version, click here.