Oryana Natural Foods Market
Oryana Natural Foods Market
260 East Tenth Street | Traverse City, MI 49684 | (231) 947-0191

Monday - Saturday 7:30am-9:00pm | Sunday 9:00am-7:00pm
To place Café orders call (231) 346-2852

Member Appreciation Days

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Oryana Wins Chili Cook-off!

Taking first place in the vegetarian category for the third year in a row, our Santa Fe chili hit the spot for chili lovers in the annual downtown T.C. cook-off. Way to go Tom Sysco, Oryana Kitchen Manager for his awesome recipe. You can taste this chili throughout the winter as part of our 4 daily hot soup offerings in the store.

Member Appreciation Days Next Week Jan. 24 & 25

Come to MAD and enter to win a new pair of snowshoes from our partner McLain Cycle & Fitness! Tubbs Xplore, valued at $119. Must be a current member to enter the drawing.

Everyday Great Prices at Oryana

With rising food costs and more people on tight budgets, one of our goals is to make high quality food available to as many people as possible. Therefore, on approximately 50 staple items throughout the store, we have pledged to keep these items at the lowest possible prices we can. A few Everyday Value products:

Organic Valley Whole & 2% milk 1/2 gallon $3.99

Bob's Redmill White Flour 5# bag $4.99

Field Day organic salad dressings $2.39


Farmer's Hen House cage-free eggs $2.49

Santa Cruz Org. Concord Grape Juice $3.29



Grocery Specials This Week

Just Label It

Join millions of consumers who believe they have a right to know if they are eating genetically engineered foods. Watch this video and/or click below.

Call for Board Candidates

Want to be more involved with your co-op? Consider running for the board of directors. There are 5 open seats and we are looking for candidates. If you are interested in having a say in Oryana's future, read HERE for details. Deadline for submitting your candidacy for inclusion in the next newsletter is Feb. 1.

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Quote of the Week

"We shouldn't forget that the sustainable food movement, taken as a whole, has never really been elitist. It is industrial food, which concentrates production and profit in a few hands while churning out mountains of highly marketed junk, that is truly elitist."

~Tom Philpott

Looking for a Good Soup Recipe?

Check out some of our What's For Dinner soup and stew recipes on our website for a great antidote to a cold winter night.



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Breads at Oryana

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Bay Bread
Old Mission Multigrain
Stone House Bread
Pleasanton Bakery

Oryana's Own:
Pretzel Bread
Quick Breads
WF Sandwich Bread
WF Vegan Flaxseed Bread