A community co-op is where we pool our money to order food and other products in bulk at discounted prices. Join as many or as few co-op groups as you like. The more participation we have, the better the deals we can get.
Latest Activity: Oct 22, 2012
Click the link to listen to podcasts of the different products we have available. You will be amazed at the difference and you will never go back to store-bought again!
When you click the link, the citrus food cast will pop up and start to play. To listen to the honey foodcast, click the middle button on the bottom of the pop up foodcast. The foodcast for the nuts is the third button on the bottom.
We recently held a taste test of a variety of products from our Neighbor Needs Group. Some of the products we tested were honey, pistachios and a variety of almonds. Click the link to read the full reviews on how our products fared agaist store-bought products and against those from Bountiful Baskets. Thanks to our reviewers! Here is a re-cap of some of our reviews:
Create your own custom widget badge and promote it on Facebook, Twitter and My Space. The easiest way to grow a Food Buying Group is to share it with your friends and neighbors. The more people who participate, the better the deals we get. Make your favorite Food Buying Groups -- BIG Food Buying Groups!
Check out the top right hand seciton of this page. Click the "Quick Add" Box under your name. Hit the drop down that says SHARE. This page can go out onto your Facebook, Twitter, Email and more, inviting your friends to come and join us!
To print flyers for your group, please click the link below:
Below in the Discussion Forum is where we test out different Food Buying Group ideas and see what kind of response we get. Feel free to start a discussion and let us know the kinds of products you're interested in getting through a buying group. Those which generate enough interest get their own group added to the drop down menu above under the Food Buying Group tab.
I thought this was an interesting article originating from Spokane, WA.They've tested low levels of radiation in milk, of all things and went onto say the US imports dairy from Japan. Really? We…Continue
We have a new food buying group!Currently, Bountiful Baskets is our biggest, most successful food buying group. We love them and we want to continue to use them, promote them and help them to be as…Continue
Anyone following this??? Our produce from many co-ops are in theconcerned area.Melinda Dr. Blaylock: Japan Radiation Could Pose Threat to USTuesday, March 15, 2011 8:07 AMBy Ashley Martella and Jim…Continue