“Did someone say spelt?” Bulk shopping for salt and oats may not seem like an exciting adventure (unless you’re about to set out on the Oregon Trail,) but when you shop our bulk aisle, you can be the master of your own destiny. You can eliminate single-use waste altogether, discover a new favorite flavor, actually … Read More.
October is Fair Trade Month which means it’s time to take a moment to think about what we’re buying, where it comes from and how it can affect the world around us. When we buy Kentucky Proud products, it’s not difficult to find out how to visit the farm where our eggs came from or … Read More.
It’s that magical time of year again when the leaves begin to change, there’s a chill in the air and your Co-op has a sale that’s borderline crazy along with some shopping experiences that could potentially be borderline crazy. That’s right; it’s time for Owner Appreciation Days. Since every owner gets 20% off everything in … Read More.
It’s easy to see why shopping at Good Foods is a smart choice. It’s one of the best spots in the state to get fresh, local food. We make shopping for a specialty diet not just possible, but easy too. Spending your money here supports our community and local food economy. Taking the next step … Read More.
U-S-A! U-S-A! Independence Day is a time to celebrate the things that make our country great like liberty, diversity and, apparently, hamburgers. An average American eats three burgers a week and on the 4th of July, Americans are 117% more likely to go for a hamburger than on an average day. That’s a lot of meat. If … Read More.
Beer is made with four ingredients: water, grain, hops and yeast. Despite this humble foundation, however, there’s a wide variety of color, flavor and aroma to be found on the shelves of our beer cooler. At the most basic level, there are two types of beer: ales and lagers. Ales are typically a bit heartier, … Read More.
Hundreds of predators. No real shelter. What could go wrong? The temperature is getting warmer, the days are getting longer and it’s that magical time of year when people all across America are venturing into forests and, as a leisure activity, trying not to die. Let’s face it, hiking and camping don’t make a whole lot of … Read More.
I’m not a mom. Some people consider their pets children, but my cat is more of a really surly roommate who thinks it’s fun to stand on my face at 3:00 in the morning. Which I suppose could be said about some kids too, but I don’t think that qualifies me as a mom. I … Read More.
This post was written by our own Kathryn Dickens, Floor Manager and resident Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Good Foods Co-op. It’s a very brief overview of what she’ll be discussing in her May 23rd class: Gluten-Free Fundamentals. You can get details and buy tickets here. Photo credit: cocoroselle.com What is the gluten-free diet? The … Read More.
Me from ages 3-16 I was obsessed with Nickelodeon as a child. I don’t know if it was because I was obsessed with all television or because it was a channel specifically devoted to programming for kids or if I was just drawn to all of the aggressively orange branding, but I was in deep … Read More.