Ashland Food Co-op

Meet Your Makers at the Co-op During Love Local Week – September 11-20

Join us at the Ashland Food Co-op to taste what makes local so special in the Rogue Valley. We’ve invited a variety of our most favorite local producers to come and meet you at the Culinary Kiosk for conversation and tasting all week long. After all, it’s our local flavor that sets us apart from the other guys! We’ll also feature some specialty products from our beautiful local farms.

Watch our Facebook page for daily tasting schedules. In the meantime, here’s a preview of some of the folks you won’t want to miss!

Komboona Skin Care Products
Jem Nut Butters
Crater Lake Cellars
Bright Earth Foods
Inesscents Aromatic Botanicals
Bianca’s Gourmet Foods
Good Earth Body Care
Rogue Valley Creamery
David Ledger Cellars

Other events are scheduled as well. It’s going to be a fun-filled local extravaganza!

Saturday, September 12   11am-1pm

BeeGirl will arrive at the Co-op with a BEEHIVE to talk about bees. A coinciding Meal Solutions will feature a Jewish Apple-Honey Cake.

Thursday, September 17   6:30-9:30pm

Local-centric chef Kristen Lyon will present Cook Today, Eat All Week, a class focused on our robust selection of local Rogue Valley foods. Register for this event at the Info Desk.

Saturday, September 19   11am-2pm

Fry Family Farm will have their chile roaster on site so you can experience the heavenly flavor of fresh roasted chiles taste like. The Frys are supplying both the roaster and the green chiles fresh from their Medford farm. Stop by for a bite.

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Ashland Food Coop

Ashland Food Co-op is a consumer cooperative that operates for the benefit of our owners. It’s simple to own your share of the Co-op. Just make a one-time, refundable equity investment of $100. You may pay in full or make an initial $10 payment! You'll be reminded at the register when another quarterly $10 payment is due until your $100 equity purchase is paid. In return, the Co-op pledges to operate for the long-term health of our community. Unlike most businesses that make decisions primarily to maximize profits, cooperatives make decisions to maximize service to their owners and the community. More on how to become an Owner

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