On Wednesday, May 2, tour the co-op’s new kitchen, learn to make almond milk, enjoy Conspiracy Kitchen snacks, and watch a movie about genetically modified foods. OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE 5 p.m. Tour the Hoff building and learn to make almond milk. Learn about the co-op’s “Eat Local” events — a garlic harvest at Forever… Read more »
This is going to be an eventful year for the Food Conspiracy Co-op. Already, the city has started construction on the modern streetcar. In May, we’ll start work on a co-op improvement project that will add more retail space, as well a hot bar, salad bar, and new cases for produce, meat and cheese. We’ll… Read more »
Construction on the modern streetcar has started, and when it’s done it’s going to be FANTASTIC! In the meantime, it’s going to be a little messy. Never fear, the co-op is here to help you navigate the construction. Below is a rundown of what streets will be closed and when, as well as tips about… Read more »
It’s Bike To Work Week. Ride your bike to the Food Conspiracy Co-op April 9-13 and get a free 12-oz cup of dark roast Conspiracy Coffee. Don’t forget to mention Bike To Work Week! For a map of stores participating in Bike To Work Week, visit Tucson Velo.
The Food Conspiracy Co-op will be closed on Sunday, April 8, for Easter. We will reopen on Monday, April 9, at 8 a.m.
Bummed you missed out on this year’s Solar Rock festival (which was cancelled due to rain)? Got questions about solar power — how it works, how much it costs, whether it makes sense for your home or office? Check out the Solar Potluck, which is organized by local advocacy group Citizens for Solar. Experience the… Read more »
The Food Conspiracy Co-op will close at 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 22-Sunday, March 25, due to the Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair.
All shoppers save 10% on Wednesday, March 21 (except on Basic Buys, special orders and gift cards). This is a great chance to get your shopping done before this weekend’s Spring Street Fair closes Fourth Avenue to cars.
Rock bands can’t perform in the rain, and that’s why we’ve decided to cancel this year’s Solar Rock event. Also, we didn’t want to put our food vendors in a position to lose money and, most importantly, we were worried the strong winds (45 mph gusts are predicted) would present a safety hazard with all… Read more »