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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

Electric Vehicle Ride & Drive Event

Try out the latest in electric vehicles (cars and bikes!) at the Co-op's Ride and Drive event.

Join us October 21st, 10a - 2p, next door in the Umpqua Bank Parking Lot and test drive the lastest in electric vehicle technology, like the Chevy Spark, the Chevy Volt, the Kia Soul and a variety of electric bikes. To test drive, participants must present a valid license and proof of insurance.

You will also have the opportunity to learn more about charging options, potential savings and purchase incentives.

Ashland Food Co-op and Forth Mobility are hosting this FREE electric vehicle ride and drive event. This event is open to the entire community.

Do you have an electric vehicle that you'd like to showcase at this event? 

Let us know! Please contact [email protected]

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Electric Vehicle Ride & Drive Event
Sat, 10/21/2017 - 10:00am
A Practical Approach to the Gut-Brain...

Does your mood originate in your gut? In recent years the intimate relationship that exists between the gut, the brain, and mood has come to the forefront of health research.

This class will discuss the gut-brain axis and practical steps to improve your mood by improving your gut health.

 

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A Practical Approach to the Gut-Brain...
Mon, 10/23/2017 - 6:00pm
Farmhouse Bean Soup Warm up with this quick and tasty weeknight main dish soup.

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Farmhouse Bean Soup
Tue, 10/24/2017 - 4:00pm
2017 Annual Meeting

Join us for the 2017 Ashland Food Co-op Annual Meeting.

This year you can participate in two ways. We’ll host a live session in the Co-op Classroom, 300 N. Pioneer St., and simultaneously broadcast a virtual meeting that you can view from home at your computer or on your mobile device. You can choose!

During the meeting you’ll be introduced to the newest Directors along with the rest of the Board. We’ll have a slide presentation highlighting 2016 as well as reports from Board and Management.

To view the meeting online, follow this link: https://ashlandfood.coop/afc-annual-meeting-2017.
Log in with your name and owner number.

You can also attend the Annual Meeting in person at the Co-op Classroom where there will be refreshments and camaraderie.

No matter how you choose to participate this year, your questions and comments will be addressed during the meeting by the Board of Directors and Management.

 

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2017 Annual Meeting
Wed, 10/25/2017 - 6:00pm
Co+op Basics 101: Big flavor, small...

Shopping on a budget never tasted so good! Learn how to prep and prepare flavorful and fun meals utilizing our Co+op Basics program. Never heard of it? Well, then this class is for you.

We’ll start with a healthy appetizer while our Education Coordinator presents an overview of how Co+op Basic pricing works and shares healthy food preparation tips for a tight budget. Sit back and relax while our Outreach Assistant prepares a budget-friendly starter and helpful meal planning tips; and we’ll delight you with a money saving entree and dessert. Come hungry!

This class is limited to 15 people who have not yet taken this class. Please sign up early. The class is free, but requires a $10 deposit at sign up which is returned to you on the day of the class in the form of a Co-op Gift Card.

 

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Co+op Basics 101: Big flavor, small...
Thu, 10/26/2017 - 6:00pm

Featured Recipes

Want to add a little more body to your crepe batter and achieve a beautiful color as well...
Make your own applesauce with just apples, cinnamon and sugar.
This is a perfect fall time soup. Apples and butternut squash mingle into a ginger spiked...
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Co-op Blog

Spend more time relaxing with friends and family this Thanksgiving and let us do the cooking for you.

The holiday season is upon us. Amidst the shopping frenzies, family gatherings, and parties it can be hard to remember this is also a season of giving. That’s why we want to make it easy for you to give back. So easy that it’s as simple as doing your everyday grocery shopping. You can nourish your own family and help fight hunger in the Rogue Valley.

October is National Co-op Month, so what’s the big deal? Being a co-op is special. Yes, we know we are biased, but being a cooperative enterprise means we do business differently. We don’t have a single owner living on their private island drinking margaritas all day without a care in the world. We are owned and governed by you, our 10,000 members.

My history with the Ashland Food Co-op began just after I was born in 1981 right here in Ashland, Oregon. I am sure I was mere days on this earth before I was hauled along on a mission to stock up on organic oats, Sappo Hill soap, or any number of other essential products for a healthy lifestyle that simply were not offered anywhere else.

By Emile Armarotico

This spring, National Co-op Grocers recognized Ashland Food Co-op as a Co+efficient Sustainability Star for our excellent sustainability efforts.

When we say local, we mean local. We source our local goods from within 200 miles of the store. By purchasing goods from local producers, we aim to create and maintain a healthy local economy and support family farms. What could be better than helping your community by buying local goods?

How often can you browse the shelf at your neighborhood grocery store, see a bottle of hand crafted, local cider and say, “Hey, I helped make that!” Well, at the Co-op you can.

Many of us wait all year for this moment. We spend the winter months dreaming of a certain fuzzy stone fruit, its sweet juices dripping from our face and the buttery golden pie crust those yellow-orange slices will inhabit.