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WINTER HOURS IN EFFECT:
Monday-Saturday 9 am - 6 pm
Closed on Sundays.
Valley Food Co-op added 5 new photos.It's President's day! 🎩 We are OPEN!! 👍Follow this flow chart:Are you off work today? If Yes --> Come pick up some yummy fresh baked bread and Gosar sausage (and celery and carrots for a stew) for a satisfying and comforting dinner tonight!😋If no--> come after work! We're open until 6!Either way, it's a win. 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
Valley Food Co-op added an event.From foodie delight to pamper and self-care, we’ll discuss several ways to use herbs. We’ll demo oil, vinegar and water infusions that can be used internally and/or externally. We’ll cover cautions and uses. Herbs can boost the nutrition in foods and support healing throughout the body. Whether used topically or internally food as medicine with the help of herbs. We will focus on fresh and dried herbs available at the Co-op.Workshop will be February 25 from 1-3 at the Co-op. Free, but we will pass the basket.Co-Hosts are Pam Williams and Mary Susan Eldredge. ... See MoreSee Less
Valley Food Co-op added 13 new photos.On the produce truck this week! THE best prices on local mushrooms!! ... See MoreSee Less
This weekends' Sunday Series class is all about trace minerals -The Foundation of Health. You can take supplements all day long but take a look at this infographic to see how they're all interrelated -- like dominoes, if one is missing, the interaction/reaction is lost. Sheryl, our resident herbalist will give an overview on how to get minerals from your food. Mineral rich teas, bone broth and mineral supplement samples will be available to try! Free, no RSVP required. 1-2:30 this Sunday Feb 18!! Store hours noon-4!! ... See MoreSee Less
Just in! Stocked up on Nag Champa, Palo Santo sticks and three sizes of smudge sticks! 🔥💨👀 ... See MoreSee Less