Support farmers while shopping your favorite summer staples! Many of Woodstock’s popular products like ketchup, mustard, and mayo are on sale now. When you buy their products, you support farmers because Woodstock proudly sponsors American Farmland Trust. AFT is dedicated to preserving America’s endangered farmland while also supporting the health of natural resources. Besides stocking up on
Earth Day is a good reminder to decrease the amount of waste we create and improve our impact on the environment. To help you do that, we have five eco tips, plus we are giving away free reusable shopping bags stuffed with goodies to the first 50 shoppers on Earth Day!*
- Reduce your plastic consumption. Convenience items often come packaged up in plastic. While the Co-op makes a concerted effort to stock items that use recyclable or compostable plastics, switching over to non-convenience foods will reduce your use of plastics.
- Compost your food scraps. Your waste can become fertilizer for your garden. No space for a compost pile? Try vermiculture, where earth worms break down your scraps in a small container.
- Don’t let good food go bad. If you bought fruits, veggies, cheese, butter, meat, or other fresh products and you won’t be able to use them before their expiration date then pop them into the freezer. They’ll keep until you need them, just remember they are there!
- Grow food from scraps. With everything from lettuce to onions, you can regrow more produce. Here’s how you can regrow 25 foods from scraps.
- Buy in bulk. Bulk foods allow you to reduce the amount of food that might go stale from having too much because you can buy only the quantity you need. Plus, you can use your own containers and bypass all of the packaging waste associated with packaged foods.
*Giveaway on Sunday, April 22, 2018. First come, first served. Offer good while supplies last. All bags will contain assorted giveaways. Five bags will contain gift cards with four at $5 and one at $20 dollars.
Generosity is its own reward, but if you’d like the opportunity to give to others and get great groceries yourself, stop by Chequamegon Food Co-op in early December to participate in the $150 Goodness Giveaway, featuring great Co+op Basics groceries. Chequamegon Food Co-op will be giving away an assortment of Co+op Basics items valued at $75 to
Annual Meeting At the Northland College Dining Hall Thursday, June 1 • 5 p.m.-8 p.m. RSVP at the registers by May 21! PARTY & MEETING – Eat, talk, and vote! It’s our annual cooperative meeting to discuss the past year and elect Board officers. Learn more about what has happened in the past year
It’s time for a New Year’s Revolution! Chequamegon Food Co-op makes it easy for you to keep your resolutions and we’re kicking off the New year with 31 days of inspiration. This January, like us on Facebook and you can follow along as we share health tips, recipes, inspiring stories, and more. Plus, starting January
Summer is (finally) on its way and there’s no better time to go on an outdoor adventure. To add to the fun, you can enter to win two great giveaways at the Co-op.
We’ve teamed up with Honest Tea to giveaway a sweet cruiser bike. With its front basket, this bike would make a shopping trip to the Co-op easy and fun. Plus, Honest Tea is on sale at 5 for $5, so even if you miss out on winning the bike you win. Stop by the display near the Deli and enter to win.
This May, we are also working with WOODSTOCK to help raise awareness about GMOs. We’re making it our mission to build a team; a team of farmers, retailers and citizens. We know that together, we can make a difference. It’s up to us to LEARN the facts, SHARE information, and help GROW Non-GMO!
Stop in anytime this month and enter to win a WOODSTOCK garden wagon and receive a dollar off coupon for any WOODSTOCK product. You can also visit WOODSTOCK’s website: www.teamnongmo.com to win additional prizes, LEARN about GMOs, SHARE information, and help GROW Team Non-GMO!
Drink Honest Tea and you can win! Chequamegon Food Co-op and Honest Tea is once again teaming up with Honest Tea to give away a Citizen Folding Bike. Stop by the Co-op to pick up Honest Tea – on sale 12 for $12. Plus, you can enter to win a deluxe Citizen Folding Bike. Contest ends August, 31, 2015. No purchase necessary. In-store only. See store for details.
In the United States, 80% of processed food is likely to be genetically modified, and not everyone is sure how to identify which foods are genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and which are not. It’s up to us to LEARN the facts, SHARE information, and help GROW Non-GMO! Chequamegon Food Co-op has teamed up with Woodstock
Drink Honest Tea and you can win! The month of May is National Bike Month. To celebrate, Chequamegon Food Co-op and Honest Tea have teamed up to give away a Citizen Folding Bike. Stop by the Co-op to pick up Honest Tea – on sale 12 for $12. Plus, you can enter to win a
Hop, skip or bike on down to the Ashland Area Farmer’s Market for Kids Day this Saturday, July 12! The Chequamegon Food Co-op is hosting the annual event from 8 a.m. to noon. Here are a few of the highlights: Chequamegon Food Co-op will have a giveaway for kids 12 and under (must be present
Now through October 31, 2013, register to win a gift basket worth more than $125! The fair trade African basket is loaded with healthy foods, a couple t-shirts, and more. You can enter in the store or by liking us on Facebook and completing the entry form. No purchase necessary. Open to Wisconsin residents only. Please see
Spot Wellness and Chequamegon Food Co-op are joining together to increase awareness of the benefits of a healthy lifestyle through a joint membership drive. The two businesses plan to offer membership specials and drawings for a couple gift baskets as part of the Season for Change Fall Membership Drive. In September, Spot Wellness will offer