Monday, April 27, 2009

Breakfast Locavores rejoice!

Have you made a recent commitment to eat more local foods? Maybe you were inspired at an Earth Day event recently. Well I'd like you to know that we have several varieties of coffee, although not grown locally, are specially roasted by local folks with an eye for quality, and a commitment of paying growers fair prices for their beans. Here's a few to consider, all are from Washington State.

Velton's Coffee:
Roasted here in Everett! We currently have 3 varieties available in bulk: Treehouse, Brazil, and my favorite is the new Twilight Blend.
Moka Joe: Roasted in Bellingham, 3 varieties in bulk: Italiano, Shackleton's Stout, and French Roast
Fog Woman Coffee: Roasted on Bainbridge Island. Their Clan house blend is rich and dark. We also have prepackaged varieties on occassion
Back Country Coffee Roasters: Expertly roasted in Twisp, WA! Available in a packaged coffee only, in 1 lb bags. a changing variety: Cougar Blend, Coyote Blend, and now the popular Guatamalan is available again!
Deli update: If you missed out on your favorite bakery goods last week, you'll be glad to know that Renee has returned, and is busy making all of your favorite muffins and treats!

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Happy Earth Day!

Spend the day outdoors! If you're coming in to the co-op today, we'll have some specials for you, farm guides, activity books for the kiddos. If you are a student at Everett Community College, or Cascade High School, be sure to stop by and see us at their Earth Day events!
Looking for our sales online? Click here
Keep it green~
Your faithful Co-op

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Easter Holiday - April 12, 2009

Sno-Isle will be closed on Easter. (Sunday April 12, 2009) This has been a historically slow day for us, and so we will be closed to allow our staff a well deserved holiday. Having friends or family over for dinner? Make sure and come by the Co-op on Friday or Saturday to stock up on all of your family's favorites. If you are planning an egg hunt, check out our "How to Naturally Dye Eggs" guide, posted here.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Spring Workshops at the Co-op

We are pleased to offer a monthly series of Aromatherapy workshops!

April 23 1-2:30 pm
Gentle Aromatherapy for Children

May 6 6:30 pm

Essential Oils Spray workshop

June 10 6:30 pm

Essential Remedies: Sinus, Asthma & Allergies

Please sign up in advance at the Co-op in our Information room.

$15.00 supply fee paid to instructor, Michelle Maher. For detailed descriptions, please see our current Newsletter! Questions? Contact

Monday, April 6, 2009


Well, we've come far enough that its time to get technical. So, with this inaugural post to our very first blog, I'll give you a quick update on all things new and tech-oriented. To state the obvious, we now have a blog! This is one of many ways we hope to find good ways to quickly reach people who are interested in our Co-op, natural foods, or the Everett, Washington area.
Other ways to reach us:
Search for Sno-Isle Natural Foods Co-op, and become a fan! You'll get up to date information sent right to you.
Our website, currently the go to place to find our quarterly newsletter, and to find our latest sales!
Call us:
(425) 259-3798
What else is New and amazing?
Our first lane of our POS system has been installed! We should be up and running by this coming Wednesday, but you can come by and get your new membership card now! Along with your new card, you'll receive 2 coupons for 10% off a purchase in April, and in May.

Would you like to save even more? Visit our website:
You can find our weekly sales items in our Produce department online, as well as monthly sales on all of your grocery staples.

The Sno-Isle Newsletter is now available online. We still print it out for those of you who like to hold something in your hand while reading. Pick up your copy at the front of the store.