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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    May board meeting

    The May Board meeting will take place on Wednesday, May 25th at 6:30pm in the Jamie-Black room of the Main Branch of Toledo Public Library, 325 Michigan St., Toledo, OH 43604. We would be delighted if some members came!

    Greetings from the new Board president


    Our GM, Sean Fitzgerald

    was on the cover of the City Paper (with not wholly correct description of Phoenix).

    The Yearly Member Meeting

    The meeting was held on October 18th, 6 pm, at the
    Augsburg Lutheran Church.

    There were elected to the board the incumbents Hermann v. Grafenstein and Anita Levin, and also the new candidates, Tiffany Hubbell, and Caitlin Cousino and Adrienne Armstrong. There was also a change to the bylaws; in the sentences Members will receive a discount … will was changed to may

    $4000 raised!

    Thanks to everyone who contributed over the last couple months! With your help, we were able to raise over $4000 to cover the cost of advertising ahead of our fall season. We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming annual meeting, where we will share in depth the results of our fundraiser and distribute the perks to those who opted for them.

    Cooperatively yours,

    Sean Nestor
    Board President, Phoenix Earth Food Co-op

    Court Victory for Phoenix

    An albatross has been removed from Phoenix's neck. On June 30 a Toledo judge dismissed a lawsuit against the Co-op claiming repayment of a $40,000 loan after the death of the lender. The Co-op was skillfully represented by Scott Ciolek, arguing that the terms of the loan excluded transfer to third parties. Scott Ciolek had previously fought a number of cases defending the public interest and individual rights and has won national recognition for his work (see New York Times NPR). Thank you Scott!

    New General Manager

    At its April 22 meeting, the Co-op's board decided to appoint Sean Fitzgerald as new General Manager. Many thanks to Leah Foley and Helen Elden who stepped in as interim joint General Managers after Lisa Blake's resignation. Please join the Board in wishing Sean much success in guiding Phoenix on a path to prosperity and growth. To see pictures of Sean and the Board celebrating, go to the "About Us" page.