News Stories

Co-op Election Results are in!

Sunday, March 1st was the last day to vote in Co-op Elections. That evening, Board of Directors president Rob McLane announced the winners of this year’s elections at the co-op’s Annual Meeting.  All three people running for the Board of Directors were elected.   Of the eight Cooperative Community Fund candidates, three were elected to receive Cooperative Community… Read more »

Conspiracy IPA Just in time for April BikeFest!

Coming this April! When you’re out celebrating the beautiful spring weather and Bikefest month, pedal on down and get your growler filled at the Food Conspiracy Co-op with our latest batch of Conspiracy Beer.   Conspiracy IPA is brewed by local brewery 1055 Brewing.  According to co-owner and general manager Chris Squires, Conspiracy IPA description is as… Read more »

Vote in Co-op Elections!

Co-op owners can vote for Board of Directors and Cooperative Community Fund Candidates beginning February 1st and through February 28th, 2015. You’ll also be able to vote by paper ballot at the computer kiosk available in the store or during the voting period and lastly by paper ballot at this year’s Annual Meeting on Sunday,… Read more »

Birthday Sale!

The Food Conspiracy Co-op is celebrating our 44th Birthday on Saturday, February 21st.  All owners receive 10% off purchases up to $74.99, 15% off purchases of $75-$149.99 and 20% off $150 and up. All owners who made purchases between October 1, 2013 and September 30, 2014 will receive patronage rebate this year.  The primary on… Read more »

Conspiracy Beer is a collaboration of Tucson’s brewers and bikers

The lastest batch of Conspiracy beer was brewed especially for BICAS (Bicycle Inter-Community Art & Salvage) by Dragoon Brewing Co.  An English-style Brown Ale, BICAS Bent Axle Brown is pale brown in color with a nutty bread-like flavor.  It has a hint of English hop aroma, and subtle caramel and fruit flavors.  Proceeds from Bent Axle… Read more »

Water Harvesting and Native Tree Workshop

As part of the co-op’s partnership with Desert Harvesters we hosted a workshop on November 1st in which local rainwater harvesting expert, Brad Lancaster, taught us how to harvest rainwater, air-conditioning condensate, and stormwater to irrigate native perennial food plants.  We learned how to use bunyips-simple water levels, and how to shape earthworks-landscaping features that direct and capture the… Read more »

Fresh and Frozen Turkeys available!

We have fresh organic, and frozen antibiotic-free, and local heritage turkeys Coastal Range Organics $2.99/lb (fresh) Coastal Range Organics chickens and turkeys are raised on a fully-organic diet with all-natural, 100% vegetarian grain feed, free of any animal by-products and synthetic additives. That’s why they are naturally great tasting. Coastal Range Organics chickens and turkeys… Read more »

Thanksgiving Sale for owners

All day November, 15th owners get: 10% off purchases up to $74.99, 20% off purchases $75-$149.99 and 20% off purchases $150 and up. Save your lists! The more you shop, the more you save! We’ll have sampling of f Thanksgiving sides and organic pumpkin pie from Conspiracy Kitchen, Sana Raw will be sampling new raw… Read more »

Classes at the Co-op

We are pleased to offer a variety of classes in the next phase of the education program at the Food Conspiracy Co-op.  We invited community members to submit proposals and  have a great schedule of classes this November and December from a three part series of classes on fermentation by Dan Dorsey, Vegan & Raw… Read more »

Bawk, Bawk, Bawk, It’s Time to Take the Chicken Coop Tour

If you’re thinking about raising hens but you’re not sure where to start, we’ve got you covered.  The Food Conspiracy Co-op’s 7th Annual Chicken Coop Tour is a great way to get inspired and informed.   See a wide variety of coop styles and sizes.  Talk to backyard chicken keepers. Learn how to raise chicks. The… Read more »