Give the Gift of Wellness
Finding the perfect gift for a friend or loved one is an art. This winter, we carefully selected these assortments for those who love some good self-care, are working in partnership with their gut health, or for those making efforts to reduce their pain. Each of these gift ideas will help you make your loved ones feel extra special and extra healthful.
Hair, Skin & Nails
These beauty elixirs you can trust are bringing pampering to a whole new level.
Life-flo, Pure Argan Oil. (Intensifies shine & softness to hair). $29.99
Wild Carrot Herbals, Wildflower Prairie Body Oil. (infused with wide open spaces). $16.79
Country Life, Tri-Layer Maxi-Skin Collagen & C & A. (helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and increases skin elasticity). $17.99
Moon Valley Organics, Moon Melt Lotion Bar (Lemon Vanilla). $10.99
Holiday eating can take its toll on your digestion, help the gut get happy with these helpful aids.
Urban Moonshine, Digestive Bitters. (Original). $15.79
Plum Flower, Curing Pills. Traditional herbal formula for healthy digestive system function. $11.99
Gaia Herbs, Reflux Relief. $9.99
Aches & Pains
Comfort those you care for with these methods for relief.
Shepard Moon Concoctions, Ache & Pain Relief Therapeutic Bath with pure essential oils. $3.99
Inesscents, Salvation CBD Skin Salve Hot Freeze. $14.99
Emz Blendz Soap Co, Wellness Immune Boost Body Oil. $21.99
Flora Sophia Botanical. Full Spectrum Hemp Extract. 700 mg total CBD. $54.99
Refresh the Repertoire
Cozy up and spruce up the kitchen knowledge for delicious, fun learning, and homemade healing
Decolonize Your Diet by Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel
A Kid's Herb Book by Lesley Tierra
Healing Herbal Infusions by Colleen Codekas
With all of these perfect assortments, they will undoubtedly love the gift of wellness.
Enjoy your holiday season!
And don't forget, you can save 10% when you buy $100 or more of body care and/or supplements combined.
(Books are not included in Wellness $100 discount)
More Co-op News
By Emile Amarotico, General Manager
How often can you browse the shelf at your neighborhood grocery store, see a bottle of hand crafted, local cider and say, “Hey, I help make that!” Well, at the Co-op you can.
The AFC Board of Directors is pleased to announce the results of the 2018 Board Election. There were three excellent candidates running for two Board positions. In total, 905 votes were cast.
Congratulations to the following candidates who will serve three-year terms on the Ashland Food Co-op Board of Directors.
Thank you for voting!
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By Jeff Golden, External Relations Committee Chair
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By Emile Amarotico, General Manager
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By Stephanie Koerella, Education Coordinator
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By Emile Amarotico
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By Ed Claassen, Board President
Your Board and Management Team invested a significant amount of time in 2014 developing a set of strategic initiatives that we believe are vital in shaping the future of our business and furthering our mission. We formed a Strategic Planning Steering Committee consisting of 3 Board members and 3 Management Team members to guide the implementation of these initiatives.
To further our sustainability efforts and to serve you better, we began offering Electronic Owner Coupons in January 2017 at the register.
No more forgetting to bring your owner coupons. No more waiting for your newsletter to arrive. Cashiers simply ask if you want to use your owner coupons when you check out.
As we enter our second year of Electronic Coupons we wanted to share a couple of friendly reminders and the 2018 month by month schedule.