Co-op News

We are closed on Christmas and New Year's Day. We close at 6pm on December 24, 2021. Happy 2022!

Weavers Way stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and is committed to taking additional steps to make our Co-op welcoming, inclusive, and equitable. Read our full statement here.

Our latest issue explains upcoming changes to our member card system,  introduces Food Moxie's new executive director, and includes the Co-op's 2021 annual report.

Our January-February issue features a counter opinion on December's Ambler development op-ed, the debut of our "Village Medicine" column, and a savory crepes recipe to wow your valentines.  

In this edition, get an update on the Container Refund Program being steered by the Plastic Reduction Task Force and a profile of the COVID vaccine clinic organized by Mt. Airy's Pelham Pharmacy. Executive Chef Bonnie Shuman shares her recipe for strawberry gazpacho, our Wellness Team offers tips for keeping cool this summer, and our Environment Committee columnist makes her case for ridding the world of leaf blowers. 

Rundowns on the Fall General Membership Meeting and Germantown store virtual meetings, some background on sweet potatoes and photos from our Vendor Diversity Project Fair in Ambler.

The details on our proposed Germantown project, the last days of the TerraCycle program, and recipes for extra garden produce and Hispanic Heritage Month.

In this issue, we feature profiles of this year's Board candidates, along with the details about our new returnable soup container program. You're also invited to participate in a discussion about a funeral co-op and can get the latest gardening and nature updates from our columnists. And don't miss the set of profiles on three powerful women in history from our Racial DEI Committee. Read on!

We've been named Retailer of the Year by WholeFoods Magazine, a national trade magazine that’s been around since 1977! The article accompanying this recognition gives a deep dive into our work and history, in addition to our current efforts to serve our communities, address racial inequities, and proactively improve our buying and employment practices. Read all about it!

Join Weavers Way in the Poconos for a special evening with Judy Wicks!