At a time when we’re all feeling a little disconnected, let’s take an opportunity to connect in new ways! Our Marketing Manager, Lauren, sat down for a Zoom chat with Scott Gowers of Rolling Fork Organic Farm to see how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting farmers and local food systems. They also chat about the … Read More.
As I sit down to write this, while working from home today, it’s hard to think of anything beyond the current circumstances. Collective stress and anxiety levels are high. People are out of work (and worried), going to work (and worried), working from home, self-isolating, social distancing, homeschooling and wondering when this will end. It’s … Read More.
As coronavirus spreads across the country and across our communities, we are all navigating uncharted territory. If you’re like me, you’ve been asking yourself questions like “what’s the right thing to do?” or “is this putting myself or others at risk?” a lot these past couple weeks. Of course, getting groceries is a basic need … Read More.
Friends, In light of the ever-changing news and information surrounding the impact to our community from COVID-19, I wanted to reach out to you all to let you know how Good Foods Co-op is responding to protect the health of our staff and shoppers. Thankfully, the guidance from the CDC and our local Health Department … Read More.
We look forward to warmer weather and a fruitful year ahead! Check out our spring edition for details on the seeds we’re offering this year, how shopping the Co-op has a reverberating impact on your community, why prebiotics are the new probiotics and how you can get your kids hands-on in the garden. In our … Read More.
After reading Samin Nosrat’s Salt Fat Acid Heat last year and shortly thereafter becoming fully obsessed with a certain Youtube cooking channel, I was inspired to make 2020 the year of becoming a better cook. As a hobby, I really enjoy the act of making a really delicious meal from scratch—especially when I get to … Read More.
By: Co+op, welcome to the table When it comes to reasons for eating well, heart health sits near the top of the list. It all starts with food shopping, of course—by filling your cart with heart-healthy foods at your co-op, you can help lower your risk of heart disease, including heart attack and stroke. Here’s … Read More.
By: Co+op, welcome to the table For nearly a decade, food co-ops have advocated for national, mandatory labeling of foods produced with genetic engineering (commonly called GMOs). We have called for a clear, simple label that can tell people at a glance if a product contains ingredients that were produced using genetic engineering. Our motivation has … Read More.
Co-written and developed by Bambu Allgaier and Kathryn Dickens, RDN Have you ever felt that deciding what to cook for dinner is often more difficult than actually preparing the meal itself? Let us bear some of the mental load of meal planning for you this week! We have developed a plant-based meal plan with 21 … Read More.
If you’re anything like me, being sick is probably not on your list of favorite things to do. Whenever I start to feel like I might be getting a sniffle or a scratchy throat, I start my Destroy-The-Illness-At-All-Costs protocol which involves trying a handful of things that I’ve heard are beneficial and hoping for the … Read More.