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  • It’s no secret local is big. It’s not just a Willy Street Co-op thing, or unique to any specific area or product. It’s everywhere and everything. 

    Local is a...

  • Wow, what an exhilarating time of year! It’s cold, the days are short, the holiday season is just around the corner, and on top of all of that, we’re opening a new store as we...

  • It’s funny how unexpected life can be. When I walked into the Willy Street Co-op in early July of 2001 looking for a job, I never imagined that day was the beginning of a journey that would lead...

  • There are over 10,000 varieties of apples grown throughout the world. They come in all shapes and sizes, and have unique characteristics that distinguish them from each other. At the Co-op,...

  • Food safety has become a hot topic in the produce industry. Advertising agencies and marketing firms have been pushing the branding angle with clients as a means to increase sales and capture a...

  • Have you noticed anything different about the Produce department lately? There has been so much going on it’s been hard to keep up with it. In March, we parted ties with our old familiar product...

  • Last month, the National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) recognized our Produce department as the top performing produce department in the country among its 148 members for the 2009 fiscal...

  • As Owners of the Co-op, we have access to some of the finest food available anywhere. From the organically raised, grass-fed meats, the wonderful selection of cheeses, the local breads, the fresh...

  • Hooray, it’s officially springtime! Everyone in the Produce department has been enjoying the warmer weather and longer days, and we’re all looking forward to seeing our local springtime favorites...

  • Leafy vegetables are perhaps some of the most versatile vegetables in the Co-op. There are so many options and so many different ways to use them. Whether they’re in a salad or soup, or served as...

  • January is peak citrus season. And with the cold temperatures and short days of winter, including citrus in your diet is great way to get a healthy start on the new year. Here...

  • Reframing our perspective: cultivating wellness

    There is a lot of talk about prevention now that it’s flu season...