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


775 Mullis Street #C
Friday Harbor, WA

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Fresh Sheets & News

Fresh Sheet — December 1st, 2019
Fresh Sheet — December 1st, 2019
Fresh Sheet — November 24th, 2019
Fresh Sheet — November 24th, 2019
Tea Salish Sea back at the Co-op! - November 23rd, 2019
Tea Salish Sea back at the Co-op! – November 23rd, 2019
Big Sales on Wines and Ciders - November 19th, 2019
Big Sales on Wines and Ciders – November 19th, 2019
Fresh Sheet — November 17th, 2019
Fresh Sheet — November 17th, 2019

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Every other week will be sharing our employees' favorite items from the co-op. First up is Desiree! Thanks for being brave enough to be the first one -- give her a little commenting love! Spiceology ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

San Juan Island Food Coop

We are encouraging everyone to come in, buy 2 or more locally made items, and get 25% off your local goods at the register.

This is a great way to celebrate and support our local artisans and creators.

San Juan Sea Salt, Orcas Island Candle Co., Island Thyme, Mitchell Bay sheepskins and soap, and Local Goods are just some that immediately spring to mind.

The sale applies to all items made in San Juan County.

Come in and get eco-friendly gifts for your loved ones - and support our Island communities.

A satisfying two-for-one punch.
Tea Salish Sea San Juan Island Sea Salt Local Goods Company Girl Meets Dirt Krystal Acres Alpaca Farm Orcas Island Candle Company
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Dear San Juan Islanders,

For a very limited time, we’ve been offered the opportunity to pre-order a very special champagne.

Almost all champagne is made with a small addition of cane sugar at bottling, known as dosage, which referments and is the source of the bubbles for which the wine is known. A very small portion is made with unfermented grape juice added for the same effect. The Lelarge-Pugeot family makes one bottling with a honey dosage from their farm, which may be the only one of its kind.

Bises is a blanc de blanc, made with 100% chardonnay, harvested in 2012, bottled in April 2013 and disgorged in November 2018. A small shipment got to Seattle yesterday. $56.95 a bottle (pre-ordered only, it would retail at $65.95) for this unique grower champagne.

Lelarge-Pugeot Extra-Brut Tradition is a fantastic grower champagne from a small family farm/winery based in the premier cru village of Vringy, France. The Extra-Brut Tradition Premier Cru has aromas of apple, apricot and almond flowers, harmonious balance, rich mousse and an intriguing streak of minerality. On sale for $41.95 a bottle in the store and $36.95 for pre-orders, this is a stellar wine at a better price than the industrial, luxury-brand owned imitations found on most shelves.

The Lelarge-Pugeot family has been making champagne at their winery in the town of Vringy for 8 generations. Starting in 1985 they began to transition to organic and biodynamic practices, are now certified, and do all of their vineyard work with a pair of draft horses.
LEARN MORE: www.waldenselections.com/lelargepugeot/
== TO ORDER ==
Orders are due by Sunday the 8th for pickup by Friday the 13th
Please send an email to sanjuancoop@gmail.com with "Attn: Jeremy - Champagne special order" in the subject line.
Include the following information:
Your name, phone number, email address
The number of bottles of Lelarge-Pugeot Bises
The number of bottles of Lelarge-Pugeot Extra Brut Tradition Premier Cru champagne.
If you don’t get a confirmation email from Jeremy on Monday the 9th by 1pm, please re-confirm.
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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.


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