In this issue of the Co-op Spoonful we’re offering our shoppers a Local Savings Coupon worth 50¢ off any purchase of any variety of Olympia Salsa! Olympia Salsa is a local family owned business that graces our shelves with three... More »
In this issue of the Co-op Spoonful, you’ll find a coupon good for 50¢ off your purchase of local organic zucchini squash in celebration of our annual Harvest Party & Zuke Fest! If you aren’t growing your own, and your... More »
Our Local Savings Coupon in this issue will allow you 50¢ off all Certified Organic vegetable starts from our friends at Ellis Creek Farm!
Nestled on three acres near Priest Point Park in Olympia, this small family operation relies... More »
The Co-op receives a variety of stone fruits from Brownfield Orchard during the summer season. Overlooking the Columbia River Valley in Chelan, Washington, this 46 acre family orchard has been in operation since Mike Brownfield’s grandfather planted the first fruit... More »
Bulk items fromBlue Heron Bakeryare featured in this issue’s Local Savings Coupon! Save 10% when you stock up on vegan granola like Rebel Crunch, Raisin Rebel Coconut Almond, and Rebel Island Tango, as well as Tamari Cashews, Pumpkin... More »
This issue the Co-op Spoonful is featuring fresh organic gourmet salad mixes from our neighbors atCalliope Farm! As fresh as three miles away, their greens are lovingly grown and bagged in fully compostable packaging!
Calliope Farm is a... More »
“Eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring and rigid,” says Nicole Obermire of Peace, Love & Raw. Inspired by her children to eat well, Nicole has created a menu that sings ballads to healthy eating, a harmony of delightful... More »
We are proud to offer our local coupon in this issue for savings on two popular Jalisco products, Flour Tortillas and Maggie’s Salsa Verde!
Jalisco Tortilla Factory is a family-owned and operated business. Maggie Velasco-Lucero and her partner Medardo “Eddie”... More »
Oyster Bay Farm is a certified organic, woman owned and operated business located in Olympia, overlooking Oyster Bay, on Totten Inlet. One of Thurston County’s oldest farms, it was recently preserved through a conservation easement partnership between the landowners, Thurston... More »
Our local coupon this issue saves you 50¢ on any four inch culinary or medicinal herb from Spring Creek Farm—a small family homestead in Rochester. Owners Chris Robinson and Melissa Southwick have been providing starts to the Co-op for over... More »
In this issue of the Spoonful, we’re offering a local coupon for 50¢ off of Kirsop Farm Chicken Bone Broth and Chicken Stock! These products are 100% certified organic and made only with ingredients grown on their Rochester farm, with... More »
Black Hills Organic Microgreens owner Karl Schaffner is originally from Landshut, Germany, and now lives in the Black Hills west of Olympia. Within the greenhouses at Black Hills Organic, grow a wide variety of carefully tended sprouts that pack up... More »
The Co-op invites you to join us in our mission to “make human impacts on the earth and its inhabitants positive and renewing” by tending to the health of your soil and plants this spring! We’re offering a local coupon... More »
In this issue of the Co-op Spoonful, save $.50 on HOTSAUCEfresh’s full range of hot sauces! The first HotBabe- HotSauces were made in Yelm in 2013. Sandra Bocas, dubbed locally as the “Queen of Peppers”, took her enthusiasm for... More »
In this issue, the Co-op Spoonful is proud to feature a coupon for $.50 off of Honeylove Chocolates. In 2014, our local Olympia chocolatier Kirsten Sogge decided to turn her love for chocolate, bees (and their honey), and good... More »
Our Spoonful coupon this week features the delicate sweetness of jams and jellies created by the family-owned and operated Burnt Ridge Nursery and Orchards. As their name implies, they have been developing, over the past almost 40 years,... More »