Port Townsend Food Co-op Offers Recommended Reading on Healthy Eating, Food Sources, Farming, the Environment and More

Port Townsend Food Co-op, 414 Kearney St., Port Townsend, WA, 98368
Open Every Day 8am-9pm
Phone: (360) 385-2883

Reading Room

Here are readings for those interested in learning more about healthy eating, the sources of our food, farming and the environment, and more.

Summer 2013 Co-op Commons

COMMONScoverIn this issue, we introduce the new Board of Directors, define our “net worth,” build the perfect burger, get you started on winter gardening, and report on the reasons why it’s so …continue reading

Spring 2013 Co-op Commons

NewsltrCoverApr2013In this issue, we provide a map of the new store layout and profiles on all eight (!) candidates for the four open board positions. There are also several ways to save money …continue reading

October will be too late

OrganicConsumersAssociation copyThe Organic Consumers Association is an online and grassroots non-profit  501(c)3 public interest organization campaigning for health, justice, and sustainability. The following story was taken from their newsletter:

Activists in Washington State …continue reading

Winter 2013 Co-op Commons

COOPJan2013.P1In the first 2013 issue we unveil the five-year strategic plan, keep tabs on GMOs, and rethink our plastic consumption. Available for free online and in our store through March.

Living Without Plastic – Could You?

Beth Terry didn’t just give up plastic bags. She has attempted to give up all plastic. For the past five years, since 2007, Terry has strived to bring absolutely no new plastic …continue reading

Fall 2012 Co-op Commons

Available in the store and in The Port Townsend Leader on September 26. Look for articles on the local tasting trail, vintage photos from our 40th Anniversary timeline, how antioxidants protect you, …continue reading

How Does Your Grocery Store Check Out?

To read the full report, click here.

Non-GMO Project Shelf Labels Are Here!

You asked for it, and we’ve done it. Using the Non-GMO Project’s verification certification list of products, we’ve labeled our shelves with signage that shows you which products are certified by the …continue reading

Summer 2012 Co-op Commons

Available in the store and also in the Jefferson County and Port Townsend Leader on Wednesday, June 27. Contents include articles on the history of GMOs, biodynamic wines, the new garden art, …continue reading

Farm Bill Update: April, 2012

April 26, 2012 – Farm Bill Update from WSFFN & Tilth Producers of Washington

There have been lots of emails about the Federal Farm Bill this week and a draft bill came out …continue reading

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