News Stories

Resist the spread of genetically engineered foods

Recently, the USDA approved unlimited, nationwide planting of Monsanto’s Round-up Ready™ genetically engineered alfalfa despite more than 200,000 critical comments submitted by concerned citizens. Since that decision, several Food Conspiracy customers have emailed to ask what this will mean for some of their favorite organic and GE-free products. The truth is, we don’t know. Alfalfa,… Read more »

Join the Board!

The Food Conspiracy Co-op is growing its Board of Directors. If you’re interested in joining the board, come to an informational get together on Wednesday, April 13, at 6:30 p.m. on the Co-op’s back patio. Co-op board members will be on hand to answer your questions. And we’ll have snacks! Why join the Board of… Read more »

Solar Rock is Sunday, March 27 at Armory Park

In March, residents concerned about the catastrophic effects of climate change will rally to promote the benefits of renewable energy. What is Solar Rock? • Solar Rock is a 100% solar-powered concert and fair. • Solar Rock is free and open to the public. • This year’s Solar Rock will coincide with Cyclovia, a car-free… Read more »

2011 Co-op Election Results

Saturday, March 5 was the last day to vote in Co-op Elections. That evening, Board of Directors president Paula Wilk announced the winners of this year’s elections at the Co-op’s Annual Meeting. All three people running for the BOD were elected. Proposed bylaws changes passed overwhelmingly. Three nonprofits were chosen to receive Co-op Community Fund… Read more »

Reminder: The Annual Meeting is Saturday, March 5

Oh man, the 2011 Annual Meeting is going to rock. We’ll have food catered by the Avenue Deli, beer, wine, a photo booth, a henna artist, heirloom tomato plants for sale, an on-site babysitter, and more. Raffle prizes will include a cooking class with the Tucson Organic Kitchen, Co-op t-shirts, hats and more. Best of… Read more »

Co-op elections coming to a close

Friday, March 4, is the last day to vote at the Co-op for Board of Directors members, Co-op Community Fund nominees, and proposed bylaws changes. Member-owners will be able to vote from 5-6 p.m. at Saturday’s Annual Meeting at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church, 3809 E. Third St. Voting results will be announced later on at… Read more »