Awesome Produce

Come here to shop for groceries that are

  • Organically grown
  • Healthy (minimally processed and free from unnecessary additives)
  • Environmentally sound (locally grown or produced, minimally and ecologically packaged)

Our staff will be available for advice and questions.

A cooperative is a business owned and operated by its members, but you do not need to be a member to shop here. The are many advantages of membership, most importantly, you can elect a board of directors that answers to you.

Events—Latest News Updates

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    Thanksgiving

    On November 26th, Phoenix will be closed for the holiday. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Yearly Meeting

    Our 2020 yearly membership meeting was held not in the flesh, but through WebEx on Sunday, October 25. Current directors Adrienne Armstrong, Maureen Ciesinski, and Tom Fine were returned to the board.

    Outreach committee

    Since March 17 the outreach meetings have been cancelled. The regular meeting time of the Outreach Committee is the 3rd Tuesday of each month, starting at 6:30pm. Maybe there will be irregular meetings.

    Upcoming meetings

    Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all meetings will be conducted on line until further notice. The board is planning to use WebEx for this purpose. If you want to attend, please send email to me using the board page and I will send you a meeting invite.

    Regular meeting times are on the 4th Wednesday of each month. The next meeting will be held on August 26, 2020. As always, members are welcome. Let me know ahead of time and I will send an invite.

    Presentation at the March meeting of the Old-West-End Association

    Due to the Corona virus pandemic, the March meeting of the Old West End Association has been cancelled. Consequently, I will not be able to give my presentation about the Coop. Instead I will produce a video for distribution.

    Phoenix mentioned in Toledo Blade

    Mary Bilyeu, the food editor of the Toledo Blade mentions Phoenix in her feature article about the opening of Whole Foods in Toledo. After welcoming Whole Foods, Mary reminds readers not to abandon already established health food stores. She mentions Bassets, Claudia's, Fresh Market, Fresh Thyme, and then turns her attention to us:
    "...And closest to my heart, I have to say, is the Phoenix Earth Food Co-op, 1447 W. Sylvania Ave., which was founded in 1992. Its warmth and coziness are so inviting ÔÇô you can't walk in without being seen and greeted immediately by staff. It is cooperatively run, democratic and conscientious in its consumerism. It has been a haven for those on special diets, supports local organic growers (and even grows some items in its own basement), and strives to offer both longtime favorite items and the newest, trendiest tastes."

    Thank you, Mary!