…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 !
Our first preference in seeking out our Co-op’s products is of course, local first! We are committed to helping local vendors find an outlet to retail their healthy, homemade and handmade goods. We are proud to offer a variety of local goods including local honey from Hidden Valley Honey, McDougal Honey, and Just Be-en. We […]