Working to Build Community and Bring Good Food to Bushwick

Weekly Food Feature: Rick’s Picks’

Posted: Apr 20 2017 Weekly Food Feature: Rick's Picks'

Rick’s Picks makes pickles for people who cherish the traditions of home canning and appreciate the innovative spirit of the food world today. These award winning delights are savory, hand packed, all natural pickles made in season with produce from trusted local farmers. Grab some of Rick’s Picks’ next time you’re at the Coop and discover…

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We have two new Store Managers joining our team!

Posted: Apr 14 2017

Please welcome Donna and Laurel! They’re in training for the first couple months, after which the board decides whether to make an offer.

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Weekly Product Feature: Bread Alone

Posted: Apr 13 2017 Weekly Product Feature: Bread Alone

The Coop receives fresh baked bread deliveries from Break Alone Bakery three times a week. Offering up organic ciabatta, baguette, french sourdough, or sour rye, it’s hard to resist these artisanal creations. Bread Alone is a family-owned, values-driven bakery. They’ve been baking their breads since 1983, using organic, stone-ground flours, water, organic grains, sea salt, and little else….

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Weekly Product Feature: Flower Valley Reusable Cotton Bags

Posted: Apr 05 2017 Weekly Product Feature: Flower Valley Reusable Cotton Bags

  These reusable cotton bags by Flower Valley are ideal for a variety of  uses. 100% cotton and free of any color dyes, these bags are a household staple! Great for loose leaf teas, coffee, and mulled spice drinks. They are also great for infusing herbs and spices into everyday cooking such as tarragon, garlic cloves, bay…

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Member Profile: Raw Foodie Dor Heled

Posted: Apr 03 2017 Member Profile: Raw Foodie Dor Heled

Ever wonder what the life of a raw vegan is like? We’re not trying to make generalizations here, but based on member Dor Heled’s day to day, it’s pretty colorful, delicious and creative. Dor is a native of Israel and moved to the big city in 2012. When he arrived, he ate just about everything…

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