Tried and tested by St. Peter Food Co-op Store Operations Manager, Erik Larson, this fresh and easy-to-make salsa tastes delicious on top of any grilled dish. With sales on Asian pears, pomegranates, and sirloin steak this week, now is an excellent time to give it a try!
October has arrived, bringing more than just all-things-pumpkin-spice. This month we’re celebrating a number of special food-related occasions, including Fair Trade Month, Co-op Month, National Apple Month, Vegetarian Awareness Month, National Seafood Month, and National Cookie Month!
It’s finally fall! Learn more about two local Co-op producers: King of the North Grape Juice and Montgomery Orchard.
The distance between a winter zucchini and a summer zucchini from the Farmers’ Market is substantial, so when my favorite vegetable is in season, I make the best of it. Here are 3 ways I’ve found to keep the zucchini love coming all winter long.
July is National Blueberry Month! Learn more about the nutritional benefits of blueberries, some unique recipes, and storage options. There’s still time to reserve a 5 lb. case of premium Michigan blueberries from the Co-op’s annual direct-from-the-grower sale!
Now is the time to put in your order for premium, direct-from-the-grower Michigan blueberries! The Co-op offers an annual truckload sale during the summer. The blueberries will arrive on July 19th ($21.99 per 5 lb. case). Place your order below or sign up in the store! 2017 Blueberry orders are now closed.
Move over, kale. There are some new greens in town and they have just as many health benefits. Read on for the Co-op lowdown on leafy greens… Spinach: Remember this old friend? Before the kale craze, spinach was the ‘it’ green. This vegetable is full of Vitamin C and helps protect against cancer. […]
We’ve all seen our fair share of oddly shaped vegetables. Carrots with legs. Bulging strawberries. An eggplant with a nose. What makes vegetables occasionally take these abnormal forms? Fruits and veggies that grow in unusual shapes are often a result of environmental conditions. Due to inadequate pollination, sections of the fruit or vegetable where […]