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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

Dr. Hauschka Skincare Event

Join Dr. Hauschka trained Holistic Esthetician, Rosie Dunaway, for an engaging evening learning how to care for the skin’s unique rhythmic cycles using Dr. Hauschka's innovative and distinct formulas. This hands on, luxurious experience will leave your senses primed and your spirit inspired. Bonus, all attendees will receive a free Dr. Hauschka gift!

To reserve your spot, email Mahlea at [email protected], or call me 541-552-5460

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Dr. Hauschka Skincare Event
Mon, 12/12/2016 - 6:00pm
Food as Medicine: Restorative Sleep

Food is the medicine we eat to give our bodies the information and sustenance needed to function properly. Join us for a 3-part series with Victoria as she takes us on a journey through healing our digestive tract, building immunity and finding restorative sleep again. Victoria is dedicated to teaching her students how to unhook from the diet trends and over supplementation to return our bodies to a natural balance. You can take one or all three classes.

In this class we learn that the heart of winter is the restorative time that our bodies need to build our energy and repairs our organs. Learn the principles of using food to promote sound and deep sleep. The menu will include Tart Cherry Melatonin Tea, Turmeric Almond Milk, Creamy Coconut-based Carrot Soup, Thai King Salmon and Grilled Romaine Salad.

Please note, this class will be filmed.

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Food as Medicine: Restorative Sleep
Tue, 12/13/2016 - 6:30pm
Making Ashland The Healthiest Town In...

Come join us in this fun discussion as we dive deeper and deeper into the interconnection the body organs have with one another and discuss how the vegetative nervous systems relates to health, wellness, illness and disease.

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Making Ashland The Healthiest Town In...
Mon, 12/19/2016 - 6:00pm
Mon, 12/26/2016 - 6:00pm

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

We know, we know, November is all about turkey. But let us not forget the other, other white meat this holiday season. Chicken. This poultry meat often gets the spotlight, but during the month of November it is well deserved. Why?

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.