Thank you to the 385 Co-op owners and shoppers who took our 2015 Shopper Survey! Read More
This survey is one of the key inputs we use in planning store improvements and direction. Your feedback is much appreciated as management, staff, and Board strive to understand your concerns and meet your needs.
The Co-op recently submitted our entire store’s inventory to the research firm HowGood. HowGood thoroughly evaluates products and then informs consumers about the food they purchase. Read More
You, the Co-op owners, are the life blood and guiding force of the store. Your purchasing decisions, requests, and requirements are what determines the content of our shelves, the direction of our donations, and the future of our organization. An enthusiastic, engaged body of owners makes for a healthy, thriving Co-op. With all that in mind, the Co-op staff challenged itself in the month of May to succeed at an Ownership drive. Read More
The Co-op has upgraded our receipt paper! Our constant efforts to reduce the store’s environmental footprint led us to the Vitamin C-based paper manufactured by Appvion. We’re pretty nerdy about ecological innovation here at the Co-op, but we think that you’ll understand our enthusiasm about this new paper. Read More
The Co-op is proud to announce new T-shirts designed by local artist, Zoe Hungate. Our Chico community is brimming with local artists and artisans, and we love to partner with them. The Co-op's Artist Series shirt is a great way to own a unique artwork from a one-of-a-kind local artist. Read More
Hungate's incredible talent, love of nature, and deep roots in Chico make her an ideal candidate for our first official participating artist. We asked her a few questions about herself and the art she created for the Co-op’s owners..
The meeting was the result of several months of hard work by the Co-op Produce department. After consulting with other Northern California cooperatives, our team realized what needed to be done to improve our already excellent local produce program: we needed to bring together as many organic and sustainable area farmers as possible under one roof and plan the agricultural year together. Read More