Thank you, owners, for your incredible patience and understanding. We are SO happy to let you know that your Patronage Rebate is now available at the register. We are extending the redemption deadlines as well. Please use at the register by December 31st or request a check by November 30th. Thank you all for a
Chequamegon Food Co-op Owners: I’m sure you’re wondering about your patronage rebate. We apologize that it is still not working at the registers. We were (and still are) so excited to be able to issue a patronage rebate to our owners this year but have run into some technical difficulties. We have done as much
This is our Marketing Manager, Sara Beadle’s, favorite potato soup recipe. Delicious on a cold winter day, or any time of year as a great comfort food. Rich, creamy, and delicious! Yeild: 10 cups Prep: 20 minutes Cook: 50 minutes 1 lb bacon (reserve 2 tablespoons drippings) 6 medium potatoes, peeled and cubed (about 6
Above is Melissa of Wild Hollow Farm March 8th is International Women’s Day and we want to highlight the amazing women owned businesses that supply the co-op with many amazing products. From soap, to spice kits, to delicious produce, the women of Chequamegon Bay care a whole lot about making our community a better place
We don’t just sell food! You probably already knew that, but we all need a little reminder every once in a while. It’s been nearly a year since COVID-19 hit world running. Since, we have made a lot of changes to our store and our processes. One of major changes happened in our Deli seating
2020 was quite the year… it was a roller coaster ride for most of us. Even with curveball, after curveball we managed to achieve some amazing things this year. And we just want to say… THANK YOU! Without our caring community and support from our members, it wouldn’t be possible!
Stocking stuffers galore! Check out these awesome products.
Are you an artist, farmer, maker, or producer in the Chequamegon Bay? Chequamegon Food Co-op wants to help you out! Usually we host a holiday bazaar where you can all table in the co-op while customers shop, but for obvious reasons, this will not be able to take place this year. The Chequamegon Food Co-op
I got an email in my inbox this morning with the subject line, “Banana Zine 2.0 makes its digital DEBUT!”, and I was so excited to see what could possible be in a banana zine. Equal Exchange’s banana zine did not disappoint, so click here, and have a look and laugh for yourself. Inside the
Chequamegon Food Co-op is hosting an Alter Eco T-shirt giveaway! You can stop in store to enter your name into the drawing or fill out the online form below. The t-shirt is a size Large and a super soft blend of polyester, cotton, and rayon. Learn more about Alter Eco and their companies philosophy on
Shoppers are demanding more: More from their local stores, more from their chosen brands, and even more from the farmers who grow their food. Transparency in food production and in labeling is critical. Shoppers have a right to know if what they’re buying supports both people and planet. This October, we celebrate both Fair Trade
Soil is the pertinent to our health and the health of the planet. Responsible eating, shopping, and living can help lessen your impact on climate change and encourage others around to be conscious of their actions. Below is just a brief description how and why your actions affect the soil. Easy Tips and Tricks: Eat