Board Election Results

While the world watched to see who the next US president would be, the co-op was having an election too, albeit much more low key!  This was our first time offering electronic voting for a Board of Directors election. A total of 228 co-op owners (members) voted for two uncontested seats. Here are th

Nourishing Broths

With more cold, rainy gray days, our kitchen manager Andy Catalano followed his cravings. He thought nourishing broths would be a welcome addition to our offering. Chef Andy says you can heat the broth and eat, versus stock, a “utility player” in the kitchen but not something you’d neces

Closing Early

We will be closing the store early on Sunday, October 18 at 5:45pm for a filming. In order to be eligible for this opportunity, we are not at liberty to disclose any further details at this time. We anticipate you’ll be able to see how your co-op was featured this spring and hope you’ll be thrilled!

Solar Project

By Matt Stanley/Astoria Co+op General Manager We’re getting solar! The project got delayed due to costs and the pandemic but it’s back on track, with the install of solar posts on the roof. The panels might not go up until spring, but this is an important step toward better environmental

Garden Refresh

You may have noticed mountains of soil in our parking lot and extra hands hard at work around our landscaping. Gardener Becky Graham has defended our beautiful plants from being overtaken by hoards of invasive Horsetail that sprouted up from construction soil. She’s amending the soil naturally

Wildfire Relief

To help our fellow Oregonians impacted by wildfires, your co-op has donated $500 to the local chapter of the American Red Cross. The Red Cross is helping to shelter families, provide meals, support emergency responders, deliver relief supplies and a whole lot more. We appreciate your support which a

Bakers Against Racism

We’re participating in a nation-wide bake sale #BakersAgainstRacism to raise funds for organizations assisting black lives and combating racism. Buy one of our delicious strawberry-rhubarb pies and we’ll donate 100% of proceeds to Black United Fund of Oregon. We’re taking pre-order

Black Lives Matter

Dear Community, The Astoria Co+op management, staff, and board of directors feel sadness and pain regarding the tragic and inhumane death of George Floyd and the systemic racism that has led to many other inhumane Black deaths across the country. As a small first step, our co-op has donated $500 to

New Doughnuts!

If you’d like to sink your teeth into a freshly baked co-op doughnut, you can reserve a box by emailing our prepared foods manager, Andy Catalano Doughnuts are only available weekends at the co-op and they’ve proven to be such a hit that we’re taking orders, with