What is “Eating Right?”

by Ruby Lathon, PhD We all know we should “eat right” if we want to be healthy, but unfortunately, a lot of folks don’t know what that really means. I’ve been studying the notion of “eating right” for… Read More

Heart-healthy Foods for National Heart Month

Heart-healthy Foods for National Heart Month By Katherine Mullé February is National Heart Month! Unfortunately for our hearts, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cardiovascular disease—including heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure—is the number… Read More

How to Keep Those “Eat Better” New Year’s Resolutions

By Katherine Mullé New Year’s is a time of new resolutions and new goals. Whether you simply feel a little sluggish from all the extra indulgences over the holidays, or you want to make positive and lasting changes… Read More

How (and why!) to Shop the Co-op—Getting the Best Value For Your Food Dollars

By Robin Seydel My mother always said, “you get what you pay for.” Passing decades have seen an erosion of that understanding and a fascination with all things “cheap.” Not only “cheap” food, but cheap oil, cheap clothes,… Read More

The MANY Benefits of Buying Bulk

By Robin Seydel If anything symbolizes the various benefits of the Co-op shopping experience, it’s the bulk department. While most chain stores now sell a few things in bulk, it was the wave of co-op’s formed in the… Read More