Suggestion Page

Please use the comment section below to propose ideas for products or changes.

10 responses to “Suggestion Page”

  1. Kresta Leal says:

    I was thinking it would be great to have a glass jar deposit program. This way as people are shopping and need a jar, they can simply borrow one. I often misjudge the correct number/size of jars I need when leaving the house. Deposit should include the cost of replacement and maybe an added charge for cleaning.

  2. Tyler Kirk says:

    I’m trying to figure out the best way to contact your buyers regarding new products.

    Can you point me in the right direction?

    Thank you,


  3. Eric Doyle says:

    Since you carry Hampton Creek Just Mayo, can you look into carrying Hampton Creek Just Egg (scramble). Here is a link to it:

  4. Lydian says:

    Did you discontinue making the curried tempeh in the “deli” section? It was so good!

  5. Hello, how are you? My name is Mark Flanigan. I am an AmeriCorps VISTA serving at the Imago Dei middle school here in downtown Tucson.

    We are a unique 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit. Our students are 100% below the poverty level and the great majority of them are from immigrant, refugee, and Indigenous communities.

    To help combat hunger and break the cycles of poverty, we recently started a small, modest Food Pantry here at our school. We got some initial food and non-food donations, but are looking to make it more sustainable.

    Do you happen to have any kind of community outreach program by which you donate food or non-food products to charities like ours here in Tucson? We would love to partner with you, as we are both neighbors here in downtown Tucson and looking to make the world a happier, healthier place for all.

    Please let me know, if possible. Thank you and have a great weekend!


    Mark Flanigan
    AmeriCorps VISTA,
    Imago Dei Middle School
    [email protected]

  6. Ian says:

    Hi, I’m not currently an owner but I read an article about a cool program another co-op is doing today, and it might be up your alley: — Wild Oats Market in Williamstown, MA is doing a program where shoppers can pre-buy additional items (from a set list), which are then reserved in the form of coupons that can be distributed to households in need via existing systems such as local food banks. The hope seems to be personalizing the act of improving food security for those donating, and improving access to high-quality, healthy foods for food-insecure households. Hope you’ll consider something similar!

  7. natanya siegel says:

    I can not find out the correct dates of the Board Meetings on the different calendars, in the last 2 emails from the co-op and in the newsletter.

    • admin says:

      Hi Natanya,

      The Board of Director meetings are always the fourth Wednesdays of the month. The next meeting is Wednesday, August 22 at 6:00pm.

      Thank you!

  8. natanya says:

    What has happened to the reply to the fresh whole chicken question? I even went to stores and found other places as requested by Kelly providers of whole chickens. We used to sell whole chickens and now we don’t. (no giblets’/wing tips) Why are we escalating to non-whole fresh chickens when they were sold in the past? Why are manufacter’s doing this?

    • admin says:


      We have just found a more direct connection with our distributor that will help us get more regular communication on our orders of whole fresh chickens. We carry Smart chicken so that does not include giblets or wing tips. I think it is a lack of communication from the sales and distribution not a choice by the manufacturer.

      We use whole Smart chickens in the kitchen also. We process them ourselves for dishes on the hot bar. We often do not get the orders we want through our distributor and we make do with what we have.

      If you want the whole organic chicken with giblets
      and wing tips, local is best. Try Top Notz at local farmers markets or sold at TIME MARKET. Thank you for following up on this question and issue. Have a good day! –Kelly

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