Top Chef

Top Chef premiers April 1 and a scene from the new season was filmed at our co-op! The show will be set in Portland and chef contestants will take on challenges throughout the region including crabbing on the Oregon coast. The show airs on Bravo and streams on Hulu. Click here for more information.

Produce Storage Guide

Food buying habits have changed over the last year. People are not grocery shopping as frequently and one of the biggest challenges is keeping those produce perishables fresh. Help protect sensitive produce with this Produce Storage Guide and of course, don’t hesitate to ask a produce staff pe

Curbside Changes

Beginning March 22, Co+op Curbside will be available weekdays only Monday–Friday with pickup times throughout the day. Your co-op continues to adapt, providing the community with groceries in a pandemic. A good sign that the situation is improving could be decreased demand for curbside pickup. Co+op

Solar Project Completion

Our renewable energy project is coming to fruition, generating clean, renewable energy, and helping power our community-owned grocery store. This week we are completing installation of a rooftop solar array. The co-op is the first retailer in the region to add a solar—an environmental and economical

Vegetable Jambalaya

You don’t need a Mardi Gras parade to let the good times roll! Try this Jambalaya to spice up your day. Jambalaya is one of the most celebrated dishes of Louisiana. Similar to Spain’s paella, Jambalaya was originally created as a way to use up leftovers. Don’t wait for leftovers, t

Co-op Valentine’s Dinner

Let your co-op do the cooking this Valentine’s Day! Lasagna, salad and chocolate-dipped strawberries will be available to go. We make everything from scratch using pastured meats, organic produce and other wholesome ingredients. All you have to do is heat the lasagna and serve for the perfect

Game Day Sale

Your co-op is preparing a special offering for you. Score these deals Friday–Sunday!

Support Double Up

Your support could help Double Up Food Bucks in Oregon continue and expand. The program aims to put more healthy fresh fruit and vegetables on the plates of low income Oregonians while supporting local growers and businesses. Oregon State Senate Committee hearings are scheduled for two Double Up Foo

Owner Appreciation

Co-op owners, it is your time to shine! One great perk of ownership is saving money. So, make your list and choose a shopping trip to stock up and save up to 20% February 1–28, 2021. Here’s how the discount works: · Spend under $100, get 10% off · Spend $100–$149.99, get 15% off · Spend $150 o