Local Produce Available at the GBCFC this week: Salisha’s Delicious siberian kale baby rainbow chard lettuce mix tyee spinach radishes Pioneer Farms strawberries asian greens- tee you and hon tsa tai romaine lettuce mesclun mix cantaloupe and watermelon starts See the full list of this week’s available, local produce!
…or, rather, do you know your food, your water, your community? Learn more about the Co-op’s Purpose Statement and Goals !
…the Great Basin Food Co-op is open to the public every day of the week from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.? Yearly memberships cost $15, payable for up to ten (10) years. The ten (10) year membership costs $150 and can be paid all at once or split up into yearly installments of $15. The […]
…the Grocery Department features organic and all-natural packaged foods at the best prices possible? We carry a wide variety of wheat-free and gluten-free products. We also carry plenty of vegan, vegetarian and alternative products to meet your healthy lifestyle needs. We are committed to becoming a full-line community-owned grocery store to meet your health needs. […]
On Saturday, June 5, 2010–same day as the GBCFC Annual Membership Potluck Meeting at the River School –the Great Basin Community Food Co-op soft launched it’s new website! We’re calling it a soft launch because between now and the next few weeks into the summer season we will be rolling out additional, new content and features that we are anticipating will […]
Perhaps one of the most unique aspects of the cooperative movement is the necessity for community involvement. While being a member-worker is not mandatory, it is strongly encouraged that all member-owners participate and get involved to strengthen their Co-op. Kick-off this week by considering joining a GBCFC committee or being a part of the member-worker program !