Co-op Thanksgiving (Day of Gratitude) PSA:
Our Little Co-op is not selling turkeys this year, and instead we are happy to be working with Jeronimo Alonso Brown and his Casitas Valley Pastures!
For more information about these incredible heritage turkeys, please visit www.casitasvalleypastures.com or email casitasvalleypastures@gmail.com. You can also reserve at the Santa Barbara Farmers Market TOMORROW (sunday) in Goleta.
For non-pastured turkeys, we are suggesting reserving through Lassens Natural Foods & Vitamins, their Goleta location is accepting reservations online for Diestel free-range and organic turkeys.
We are selling all plant-based meal centerpieces at our Co-op wholesale pricing level, and have all of your favorite seasonal produce and holiday meal-makings ready for you, also at sale prices!
This year we're also selling everything you need for holiday tamale making, including masa and corn husks!
Look for your Day of Gratitude e-news next week, including a 10% off shopping coupon valid from 11/17 - 11/25.
The Co-op will be OPEN from 10am-6pm on Thursday, November 22nd! We are excited to be in service to our community, as a grocery store and gathering place on this day when building a longer table feels more important than ever before.
For more information about our new approach to Day of Gratitude 2018, please email our general manager: gm@islavistafood.coop.
Fresh from the Fields to your Fresh Deals Flyer!
Fall is an incredible time for local produce here in the Tri-County area. We're grateful for Tom Shepherd and his Los Olivos grown Heirloom Tomatoes, on sale for $2.99/lb!
Rancho San Julian's mini pumpkins are perfect for your fall table decor, only 99 cents each! Sit them next to our local pomegranates, also 99 cents each, for a beautiful and delicious centerpiece.
We're also ready for fall vegetable roasting, brussels sprouts are back and only $3.99/lb.
And look for our new Local Food System Support metric: we're excited to tell you the fiscal impact of your produce purchases at the Co-op!
From 10/14-10/27 43% of all produce purchases came directly from our Tri-County Farmers!


Hello November! 

We'll see you today at the Isla Vista Youth ProjectsHealthy School Pantry food distribution from 3:30-5:30pm, and here tomorrow for our 3rd annualSwitch Witch Candy Trade-Out event!

It's also VOTING month. Show your "i voted" sticker or stub for a 10% shopping discount on TUESDAY all day long! And Co-op Owners have your HISTORIC Owner VOTE: Co-op Articles 2018 Update happening through 11/30.

Our Chai Tea Tasting!Sustainabili-Tea Time!Berry Tasting, and Pumpkin Pie demo are going to be delicious chances to learn more about our HowGoodprogram and commitment to bulk shopping and local farm support!

Our KCSB x IV Food Co-Op Open Mic Night is filling up, if you want to perform please visit the event page! AND to enter our IV Food Co-op Fall Bake Off!click through.

Our Little Co-op by the Sea is bursting with ways to build our table longer, and we're so excited to have you sitting at the table with us.



Join us for a day of fun through our free Sunflower Kid's Activity Day! Put on every 3rd Saturday of the month by our youth program coordinator Lauren!
Come craft with us:
* Make gratitude cards for relatives, teachers or friends!

*Craft autumn leaf sun catchers

*Enjoy tasty fall themed treats!

These sales are an in-store benefit of our Co-op's membership in the 150+ food co-op strong National Co-op Grocers! You do not have to be a member to receive these great prices, they're for everyone :)


Fresh from the Fields to your Fresh Deals Flyer!
Homemade pesto, anyone? We have fresh, delicious bunched basil grown down the street by our featured farmer Miguel of Ebby's Organic Farm! Only $1.39/bunch.
Also taste Miguel & Lorena's bok choy, ursa kale, and daikon radishes, all on special this week, ready for your locally grown stir fry!
We're also featuring mini pumpkins from our friends at Rancho San Julian, only 99 cents each!
Peppers, tomatoes, apples, melons, passion fruit... the list goes on. So much locally grown, directly from the #handsthatfeedyou, your Santa Barbara County Farmers.
We are grateful.