With the first month of produce shipments completed, the Chequamegon Food Co-op, Northland College, the Ashland School District, and local farmers have something to celebrate. Through the Food Distribution Project, the Chequamegon Food Co-op has delivered approximately 2,400 pounds of locally grown produce and other foods to area schools. Participating farmers deliver their goods to
Pack a snack to keep hunger at bay! Here are 15 of the best-selling snacks available at the Chequamegon Food Co-op. How many have you tried? Fruits & Veggies – Unusual and fun: kohlrabi, peppers, and cherry tomatoes! Kettle Potato Chips – A variety of flavors and lots of crunch! Barbara’s Cheese Puffs Green Mountain
This week’s Produce Specials include: Banana Bread Special – Cheetah Bananas for $.10 each when you buy 10 or more. Raspberries – $3.59/pint Bulk Beets (local) – $1.99/lb. Cucumbers (local) – $1.99/lb.
Time for apple pie! Alan (our produce assistant manager and local foods project coordinator) is stocking the first shipment of local apples in the produce section. Starting today, we should have a steady supply of local apples.
The recently developed Chequamegon Food Co-op Food Distribution Project made its first deliveries on Monday, August 27, 2012. The Bayfield Regional Food Producers Cooperative (BRFPC), an organization comprised of 12 local farming and food processing businesses, has contracted with the Chequamegon Food Co-op, a member-owned natural foods store, to supply local farm products to area
August 8 – 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Co-op members Michael and Darcy Schwerin from Enso Wellness Center and Day Spa will be here for August’s Wellness Wednesday. Enso opened in the spring of 2009 offering an extensive variety of body work, spa services and yoga instruction. Michael’s massage and bodywork background comes from Santa