Latest Co-op News & Events

07-2016-First-Fridays-instagramFirst Friday at the Co-op: Feed Your Head

Friday, July 1, 6 to 8 pm
Downtown store

Music: Bob’s Your Uncle
An eclectic instrumental mix of standards, movie themes, Irish tunes and kids’ music featuring mandolin and guitar.

Art: Ciara Sana
Whimsical paintings and drawings.

Food: Scratch-made Texas Fudge Cake from the Co-op bakery and other treats throughout the store. Enjoy the delicious chef’s seasonal special on the hot bar.

03 2016 HC Class Insert Spring 2016-coverHealthy Connections Spring Classes 2016

Cooking + Wellness + Lifestyle

On offer this spring are 50 diverse classes offered by our pool of talented and knowledgeable instructors.

Sign up!  Learn something new!  Have fun!

See the flyer, or sign up on our calendar!




The salad bar, hot bar, and new mezzanine seating in the Downtown store are OPEN!

Join us for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!

Co-op Board Supports Boycott of Driscoll’s Products

Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ), a local independent farmworker union, asked the Co-op to discontinue purchasing products from Driscoll’s. The FUJ is organizing at Sakuma Bros. Farms in Skagit Valley for fair pay, regular breaks, and the elimination of wage theft. Sakuma packs blackberries and blueberries under the Driscoll’s label. In the Board’s view, Sakuma has not been negotiating in good faith with FUJ and has taken retaliatory and anti-union actions.

The Board does not take this step lightly. It is our strongly held belief that shoppers should be free to make their own purchasing decisions. In this case, however, the Board felt that agreeing to the FUJ request was the best way to support their good faith efforts to improve working conditions for farmworkers at Sakuma Bros. We support FUJ and we are encouraging other food cooperatives to join in solidarity with the farmworkers, as we have.

Read a fact sheet and the Board’s letter to Driscoll’s, or pick up copies of these materials at the service desk. More information is also available at

Eden Foods Update

(April 2016)

The Eden Foods lawsuit has concluded and Eden continues to provide contraceptives to their employees at this time although they could legally request an exemption. Since the Co-op Board of Director’s statement and signs in the Co-op have been posted since August 2014, the Board has decided to remove the statement and signage at this time.

Though choosing not to continue posting the statement, the Board has not changed their position. The Co-op will continue to monitor any other actions by Eden Foods in matters related to the Board’s position and concerns, and will make the Board and customers aware in a timely manner.

Serving you with three locations in Bellingham, Washington.
Downtown Store • Map • 1220 N. Forest St. at Holly St. • Open Daily • Store: 7 am to 10 pm • Deli: 7 am to 9 pm
Cordata Store • Map • 315 Westerly Road at Cordata Pkwy. • Open Daily • Store: 7 am to 9 pm • Deli: 7 am to 9 pm
Co-op Bakery Café • Map • 405 E. Holly St. at Forest St. • Open Daily: 7 am to 8 pm
Contact us: 360-734-8158 • Customer Inputinfo@communityfood.coopCalendar • © Copyright 2016 Community Food Co-op