All owners are welcome to attend the annual Membership Meeting on Thursday, April 18. Dinner starts promptly at 5:30 pm, followed by the business meeting at 6 pm.
Oryana’s product buying guidelines prioritize non-GMO Project certified products and this includes body care and wellness products. Discerning GMO ingredients can be very challenging as their presence is often deceptive.
Learn all about Cheese Madness and how you can participate! Fill out a cheese bracket and then come in and vote for your favorite cheeses!
If you haven’t tried our Dinners for Two to-go yet, check it out the next time you shop. This is a delicious, convenient option for dinner when you don’t have time to cook or just don’t feel like it.
Learn about Rice Centennial Farm in Benzie County.
When you shop in a food co-op or peruse the Co+op Deals flyer, you’ll notice symbols meant to give you more information about a product. These are helpful if you’d like to prioritize brands or products that align with certain values or quality standards.
In honor of Black History Month, we recognize a few black-owned Wellness vendors whose products we carry.
Writing is hard work as any writer or student can attest. A few students from Greenspire School in Traverse City tried their hand at the genre of food writing and asked if we would critique and publish their pieces. It is with pleasure that we present the aspiring writers’ food essays for Oryana readers. Enjoy!
We love our local farmers who keep us stocked with fresh, seasonal vegetables, even in the winter months. Here’s how they do it.
February is Heart Health Month. Besides eating a diet rich in whole foods, supplements may also be helpful.