Everyone can shop The Co-op!
Sugar Beet Food Co-op is NOW OPEN to the general public everyday from 7am - 9pm. Grab your market bags and come see what the excitement is all about!
The Co-op is your one stop shop for high quality groceries and more.
- fresh local and organic produce
- a HUGE bulk section
- high quality dairy, eggs and meat
- vegetarian, vegan and gluten free
- frozen goods
- wine, beer and cider
- a beautiful wellness department
- fresh, local breads and rolls,
- local cheeses and salamis
- good food to go! sandwiches, salads, soups, wraps and dips
- café with coffee drinks, smoothies, juices and pastries to go
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Rare Bird Preserves
Oak Park, IL
As a student at the French Pastry School in Chicago, Founder, Elizabeth Madden fell in love with jam making. Elizabeth was moved by the beauty and simplicity of jam making. The fruit used within the preserves are at their highest quality and are locally and sustainably grown as much as possible. Elizabeth adds her own uniqueness to her batches by blending seasoned herbs, chocolates, and other distinctive ingredients into the delicious spreads.
Elizabeth believes her preserves can be used “beyond breakfast”. She enjoys combining the jams into her cooking at throughout the day. Anything from Vinaigrettes to a cocktails, Elizabeth has inspired new creations and shares them with everyone on the Rare Bird Blog.
Stop by the Co-op to purchase your own jar of Rare Bird Preserves. We have Cranberry Clementine, Strawberry Rhubarb, Peach Lavender, and Fig Early Grey. To learn more about Rare Bird Preserves, visit their website.
4.26 - 5.3
Organic - Green Beans
Organic - Gala Apples
Modest Coffee - Cold Brew Sale
Field Day - Wildlife Friends Cookies
Taste of the Wild - Pet Food
Grass Fed - Rain Crow Ranch - 80/20 Ground Beef
Conventional- Roasted & Salted Pistachios
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Photograph by Susanne Fairfax