Pick up a quart of sweet and juicy organic strawberries grown on Ware Farm in Bear Lake. Sandee and Bernie Ware's biggest crop is strawberries, and in spite of the tricky weather this spring, the crop is looking good and tasting even better.
If you missed the first segment of our Digestive Health series, you can watch it on UpNorth TV through the month of June.
Part 2 happens Thursday, June 14 at 6 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church in T.C. This presentation can be enjoyed regardless of whether you attended the first one. Free and open to the public. NO registration required. More information...
Smart Commute Breakfast Fun
A great time was had by all at our breakfast for Smart Commuters on June 5. We have a great reputation for putting on the healthiest, tastiest breakfast around and plenty of bicyclists and other smart commuters enjoyed our spread.
A Few Grocery Specials
New in Lake St. Cafe
Crusted Wahoo Dinner - Oven-baked wahoo with almond carrot rice pilaf and balsamic sauteed Swiss chard.
Classic Potato Salad Having a picnic or BBQ? Pick up a container of your favorite, creamy summer salad, made with organic redskin potatoes.
Grocery Specials This Week
Why I Love My Co-op
In honor of the 2012 International Year of Coops, we invite member-owners to write a short essay telling us why you love Oryana. We will choose one essay to be published in a future edition of the print newsletter and post all the essays in the store. The winning essayist will receive a $25 Oryana gift card.
Please limit your essay to 350 words and include your name and phone number. Send it as a Word document or in the body of an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Tours at Oryana
Take a fun tour through the Oryana aisles and discover ways to integrate healthy whole food into a practical lifestyle. You’ll discover foods and supplements to support health as well as ways to save money and eat more locally. We will help you gain the knowledge and confidence you need to make the best choices for your health. See times and descriptions of tours.
It's not too late to start your garden! We still have organic transplants coming in from Forest Garden Organic Farm, a variety of tomato, pepper, herb, and other plants. If you've never planted a garden before or don't have the space, try a container garden this year and simply plant a few things in large pots on your patio or deck. For ideas and tips on container gardening click HERE.
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Breads at Oryana
Old Mission Multigrain
Stone House Bread