Mission Statement

The San Juan Island Food Co-op strives to provide access to local and regional food and goods that are organic, sustainable and fairly produced with the smallest carbon footprint. The Co-op encourages conscientious consumption and nurtures community connections.

Open to the Public

Mon – Fri 10 AM – 7 PM
Sat – Sun 10 AM – 5 PM

sanjuancoop@gmail.com

775 Mullis Street #C
Friday Harbor, WA
360.370.5170


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Spinach offers that perfect "Spring" taste during our coldest months and did you know...
* It originated in Persia.
* It is loaded with nutrients and antioxidants.
* It is ridiculously versatile. You can buy it canned or fresh and eat it cooked or raw.

What is your favorite way to eat spinach? Feel free to share a recipe in the comments!
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Isn’t it beautiful outside?
We will be open from 10-3 today. We want to make sure everyone gets home safely while it is still light out. Enjoy the snow!
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3 days ago

San Juan Island Food Co-op

It's time for our Employee Pick!⁠⠀
Summer, our wonderful Produce Manager, chose Kalettes from New Hannah Farms. Why? They are the easiest and tastiest thing to throw in the oven for dinner. "This time of year I bake or roast everything!" ⁠⠀
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What is her favorite way to fix them? "Drizzle a little olive oil over them, sprinkle a little Bull Kelp Salt by San Juan Island Sea Salt and then put them in the oven at 350 for about 20 minutes."⁠⠀
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Wait...what are kalettes?⁠⠀
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Kalettes are a hybrid plant brand name for kale sprouts, bred using traditional breeding techniques, they are a cross between kale and Brussels sprouts. The plant is touted as being a highly nutritious vegetable that may be eaten as raw or cooked. ⁠⠀
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Awesome! You'll notice that you can buy them in bulk too! Take what you need and no packaging. ♥️🌍 ⁠⠀
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Just in case you were lacking the inspiration to come in and grab some produce from the cooler, Summer wanted to share these other winter treats with you!⁠⠀
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Purple cabbages from Boldly Grown Farm
Purple Broccoli from New Hannah Farm⠀
Cremini Mushrooms from Yam Hill Farm ⁠⠀
Cabbage from Boldly Grown Farm⁠⠀
Brussel Sprouts from Hopewell Farms⁠⠀
Shitake Mushrooms from Dog Island Farm
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Annual membership fee

Annual Membership fees provide essential capital funds for major expenses, like our POS system, coolers, computers, phones, shelving, bulk dispensers, plumbing and wiring, repairs. Membership includes all in your household, defined as a group of people who share a kitchen and shop, cook, and eat together. Each household is entitled to one vote at the Annual Membership Meeting or for special voting events.

Cost

Household Membership – $35
Business Membership- $50
Short Summer Season Membership- $20
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