• 2018 Annual Meeting Wrap up

    By Sarah Christensen, General Manager, Co-op Owner Over 100 people joined us this year’s Annual Meeting. Here are the highlights: Board Election Results- Ray Davies, Stacy Saul and Lee Ruffino […]

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  • Made in Michigan

    By Megan Barber, Grocery Buyer, Merchandising Manager, Wellness Buyer, Co-op Owner Gearing up for Michigan’s summer months got off to a halting start with an April ice storm, but those […]

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  • Annual Meeting 2018

    This year’s Annual Owner Meeting will be held from 6-9pm on May 4th at the Mt. Pleasant Discovery Museum. Children of attendees play free during the meeting! We are holding […]

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  • Packaging Matters

    By Christopher Wiesman, Deli Manager, Co-op Owner GreenTree’s deli is committed to promoting sustainable consumer habits, and as such, we only use packaging from companies that emphasize sustainability and endorse […]

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The Down and Dirty of Digestive Enzymes

By Megan Barber, Wellness Buyer, Co-op Owner Imagine a world of fluffy cupcakes, never ending pizza, ice cream sundaes, and mountains of glorious candy. In a perfect world, we would all eat delicious, addictive food in abundance without ramifications like heartburn, bloating, and indigestion. And unfortunately, until we can get to that perfect world, which I’m hoping comes along soon, […]

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New Cheeses? No Whey!

By Chris Wiesman, Deli Manager, Co-op Owner Yes whey! We now carry a selection of gourmet and specialty cheeses, including: Gruyere, manchego, parmigiano reggiano, brie, burrata, fresh mozzarella, aged asiago, smoked cheddar, halloumi, sheep & goat’s milk feta, sticky toffee cheese, raw cow’s milk blue cheese, mascarpone, chevre, and pear-stuffed chevre. The uses for these amazing cheeses are probably endless, […]

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Tomato Season!

By David Whitney, Produce Buyer, Co-op Owner Local tomatoes are one of summer’s special treats. Of course, tomatoes are available year-round, but to experience tomatoes at their taste pinnacle you need find a source locally. In Michigan our tomato season is pretty short, just a few weeks. We need to capitalize on the bounty that we get from our local […]

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