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The Fine Wine and Blue Jeans event that was to take place on April 20th has been cancelled for now and will be rescheduled at a later date. For refunds, please see Store Managers at the Co-op
These yummy snacks are one of the Yelm Cooperative member only specials for the month of April. All varieties of KIND bars for $1.45 (regular $1.95) and all KIND granola’s for $4.69 (regular $6.19)! Healthy snacks at the Yelm Food Co-op – come see us today! P.S. buying from a locally owned business keeps the money in the community, it doesn’t get exported to California or Arkansas!
After a long wait between editors, the new Grapevine is now out. This issue introduces our new General Manager, Barnaby Urich Rintz, has an article about The Wine Cellar of Yelm and has a yummy recipe from Debbie Burgan for Fruit Crumble Bars! Enjoy! Click the link below to open the Grapevine in pdf format. You will need the free Adobe Reader to do that Grapevine Vol3.1
You will not want to miss this! Mark your calendar: APRIL 20th, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. for the event of the season! Wine and food and an auction, all to help the The Wine Cellar of Yelm grow to what will be the finest little wine shop in the South Puget Sound! You will taste 8 carefully selected wine and food pairings that will titillate your taste buds and all your other senses. This is the way wine should be enjoyed! Tickets must be purchased in advance, either in person at the Yelm Food Co-op 308 Yelm … Continue reading…
GMO are in the news more and more today as consumer awareness rises as to the potential dangers of ingesting genetically modified organisms that are untested and unregulated by our government. For a long time, both shoppers and retailers ignored the issue and the number of products containing GMO increased. But as always, continued research and continued pressure to bring the truth out at some point begins to win the day. Recently, Whole Foods reversed a decision made in 2011 to stop pushing for labeling of products with GMO. That marked a change in the battleground. Now, some of the … Continue reading…