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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December board meeting
The board has decided later to set the December board meeting, soliciting every director s inclinations.
The yearly meeting was held at Pilgrim Church, in the Blue Chapel Hall, on October 23d. The incumbents Shelly Boraby and Alyx Kendzierski were glad to stay on the board, and were again voted in. Caitlin Cousino did not wish to say, and Claudia Cooper was chosen in her stead.
The Co-op's quarterly Potluck on Sep 25, 2016
Members and shoppers are invited to the Co-op's quarterly potluck!
The potluck is going to be in my house and garden,
3739 Sulphur Spring St.
Ottawa Hills OH 43606
Starting at 3pm.
Please bring a dish - anything you like. A gas grill will be available. Please write a label listing the ingredients. If you are letting me know what you are bringing I will post it on the party's webpage: Party Sept 25. That might be helpful to make sure that we have a nice mix of dishes (don't feel obligated though, it's just a suggestion).
Looking forward to having a full house,
Phoenix is 24 years old
Phoenix turned 24 a week ago, on July 14th. 24 years ago, we opened our doors with the intent to bring Toledo wholesome, nutritious food made with sustainable practices, and we're still doing that today. (from the e-mail newsletter, by Morgan)
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).