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237 N First Street Ashland, OR 97520
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Ashland Food Co-op is the region's only Certified Organic Retailer. With a mission of being a socially responsible business, the Co-op offers a full selection of natural and organic products, including many that are locally grown or produced.

Ashland Food Co-op is the region's only Certified Organic Retailer. With a mission of being a socially responsible business, the Co-op offers a full selection of natural and organic products, including many that are locally grown or produced. Our Basic Pricing program provides significant savings on select products all year. Our knowledgeable staff will increase your awareness about food, nutrition and health. In-store cooking demonstrations, cooking classes and Monday Night Free Lectures give you skills to enhance your culinary and wellness knowledge.

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Upcoming Events


Join with fellow cooperators as we celebrate Coop Month at THE social event for the year, Co-op Crocktober -- a potluck for anyone interested in meeting Rogue Valley cooperators, sharing a meal, and attending an exclusive screening of the new documentary Food for Change.

Food For Change focuses on food co-ops as a force for dynamic social and economic change in American culture. This is the first film to examine the important historical role played by food co-ops, their pioneering quest for organic foods, and their current efforts to create regional food systems. Additionally, the film shows how cooperatives today strengthen local economies and build food security. Learn about the principles of cooperation with a focus on healthy food and a healthy economy.

Come to the Co-op Classroom at 300 N. Pioneer St. in Ashland and bring your favorite crockpot dish to share. We'll provide the beverages. RSVP with Mahlea at 541-552-5460 or email her at [email protected]


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Wed, 10/26/2016 - 6:00pm
Ribollita Ribollita is Italian for "re-boiled," because this is a classic way to serve a soup the second day, with some stale bread to stretch and thicken it. Use a rustic, hearty bread that has some texture, so it won't just melt away completely.

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Thu, 10/27/2016 - 4:00pm
Soy-Ginger Dinner Salad with Tuna Spinach, cucumbers, tuna and chickpeas are tossed with a yogurt dressing in this delicious dinner salad.

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Soy-Ginger Dinner Salad with Tuna
Tue, 11/01/2016 - 4:00pm
Turkey and Sweet Potato Chili Sweet, hearty and delicious, this chili is sure to please the entire family.

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Turkey and Sweet Potato Chili
Thu, 11/03/2016 - 4:00pm
'The Last Crop' Exclusive...

Join us for an exclusive screening of The Last Crop, an intimate exploration into the lives of small family farmers Jeff and Annie Main of California’s Central Valley.

The Ashland Food Co-op and The Farm at Southern Oregon University are collaborating to bring this new documentary to the community for *FREE*.

The event seating will be first come, first served. Doors open at 6:30pm and the film starts at 7:00pm. Film director Chuck Shultz will be in attendance for a Q & A after the film.

Please note, this event will be held at the Meese Auditorium on the SOU campus.

The Last Crop follows Jeff and Annie's ten-year pursuit to ensure that a farm need not be imperiled at the end of every generation. Theirs is a story that is being echoed on farms across our nation as our largely aging farming population faces retirement. What sets the Mains apart is their resolve to create an alternative for their farm’s succession that ensures its productivity and affordability for future farming generations.


THE LAST CROP Trailer from Chuck Schultz on Vimeo.

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'The Last Crop' Exclusive...
Fri, 11/04/2016 - 7:00pm

Featured Recipes

Want to add a little more body to your crepe batter and achieve a beautiful color as well...
The New Mexicans got it right! Stack your enchiladas, it will cut your prep time in half...
You'll remember this salsa for a while!
This recipe honors the wonderful flavor and texture of fresh salmon. Bust out your grill...
Here's a wonderful way to garnish a beautifully grilled piece of meat!
A sneaky cake to stick all of your green tomatoes in!

Go Green!


Co-op Blog

Co-ops around the world share a set of guiding principles including “cooperation among cooperatives,” and “concern for community.” We take these principles to heart.

When you shop at the Co-op, you aren’t just buying groceries. You are supporting a business that cares about people and contributes to a livable, sustainable Rogue Valley.

My Italian Grandmother’s heart swells every time she sees my well-stocked pantry. I am prepared to feed an army at a moment’s notice, and sometimes that actually happens with my big family. But what my Grandma doesn’t know is how much I save by stocking my pantry with Co+op Basics products.

We take pride in supporting local farmers, producers, vendors and vintners. When we say local, we mean local. At some grocery stores, the word local gets thrown around like the word “natural,” ambiguously and with a broad definition.

But local means something to us. A definition we take meticulous pride in.

Urban fruit is copious this time of year in the Rogue Valley. It’s hard, dare we say impossible, to make enough pies, cobblers, and salads to keep up with the backyard abundance.

So what do you do with all that unpicked fruit?

Break out of your dinner rut with something fast and juicy. The Meat Department staff share their go-to favorites to throw on the grill. Flame on, baby!

Brian Swift
Flat Iron
is my favorite steak. So simple to cook. Just add salt, pepper, garlic, and cook it on a super hot grill. 5 minutes later you have an amazing steak.

Everyone loves a picnic. But some are better at organizing one than others. Make planning the perfect picnic a breeze with our easy picnic guide.

Each year we hold an Annual Meeting and Owner Picnic. This is our chance to catch up over a delightful picnic and most importantly update you on the recent year’s events and financials.

Bulk bins have been a staple at the Ashland Food Co-op since we opened our doors in 1972. For good reason too, buying in bulk is better. Better for your pocket book, better for the environment, and better for your belly. Here’s why.

6 Reasons to Buy in Bulk

At the Co-op, we are all about community. After all, YOU are why we are here and providing healthy, organic food to the Rogue Valley.

You might have noticed a rather large, prickly fruit hanging out next to the apples, oranges, and papayas in the Produce Department. Meet the Jackfruit, the newest addition to the Produce Department. In case you don't know "jack" about Jackfruit, here is a crash course.