National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) today announced that participating members nationwide are raising funds for co-ops and co-op suppliers affected by the historic floods that devastated portions of the Midwest over the past several weeks.
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Want to make the most of your food purchasing dollars? With rising grain prices, greater fuel costs and increased global demand for both, food prices have increased and are expected to stay high for the foreseeable future.
Planning your wedding? Don’t forget to incorporate something old, something new, something borrowed, and something...green?
National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA), a business services cooperative representing natural food co-ops nationwide, today announced the addition of its 110th member: Springfield Food Co-op in Springfield, VT. (www.springfieldfoodcoop.com)
With planting season underway in many parts of the nation, National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) wants consumers to know that a recent deregulation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will enable farms to plant potentially harmful, genetically engineered (GE) sugar beet seeds.
Food has long been associated with American holidays. Cookouts for Independence Day. Turkey (or tofurkey) for Thanksgiving Day. Why not local and organic food for Earth Day?
Instead of relying on ingredient labels to learn about what’s in your food, why not find out directly from a farmer?
Organic food sales are increasing annually by nearly 20 percent. As consumers become more conscientious of their food purchases, they may also find themselves more confused by the information on their food labels.
The National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA), a business services cooperative representing 109 food co-ops nationwide, today is reporting its member stores achieved more than $945 million in sales in 2007.
Think you’re just purchasing rice when you reach for that box on the grocery store shelf? When purchasing packaged foods, you pay for more than just what’s inside the box. The amount consumers pay also includes packaging and, in many cases, advertising.