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For more than thirty years, Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op has continued its tradition of consumer advocacy, education, community outreach and support in the greater Sacramento area. Through programs, projects and activities developed by dedicated staff and Co-op owners, the Co-op serves the greater Sacramento community by providing services to consumers in our store (such as food tasting fairs, product demos and consumer literature), offering classes, seminars and special events at our Co-op Community Learning Center, participating in community events, and making donations to local non-profit organizations.

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Midtown Farmers Market Chef Demo

April 12, 2014

Midtown Farmers Market Chef Demo

Co-op chef, Janet McDonald from The Good Stuff, demonstrated how to prepare a springtime strawberry spinach salad with feta and walnuts at the Midtown Farmers Market on 20th and J Streets. One of the signature ingredients in the salad was The Good Stuff strawberry balsamic jam available at the Co-op.


California Dept. of Insurance & State Controllers Office Wellness Fair

March 20, 2014

Ca. Dept. of Insurance

The wellness fair for over 500 government state workers was a great success as hundreds of employees visited the Co-op's outreach table to taste our Deli's signature dish, Golden Beet & Kale salad.


Store Tour for Caleb Greenwood Preschool “Eat the Rainbow”

January 29, 2014

Caleb Greenwood Preschool

Caleb Greenwood Preschoolers and their parents visited the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op and Community Learning Center & Cooking School to discover how to "eat the rainbow." The store tour featured a scavenger hunt in the Produce Dept. and hands on activities in the Bulk Dept. A variety of fun activity stations in the Community Learning Center, such as making whole wheat mini pizzas, playing the veggie bean bag toss game and listening to story time, emphasized how easy and delicious it is to "eat the rainbow."



 
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