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May order opens:  Friday, May 1, 2015

May order closes: Thursday, May 14, 2015

May delivery day:  Thursday, May 21, 2015

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Over 5,000 Oklahoma products available from nearly 100 producers!

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Coop board urges members to contact their state senators about the "Right to Harm Farms" HJR 1012

To find your state senator, go to http://www.oksenate.gov/FindMyLegislature.aspxfill in your address, scroll down to your STATE senator's information.

 

 

Country to Town Market

Baby Beets with Tender Green Tops

$7.00/gallon bag

Barley's Garden Patch

Cabbage - small

$4.00/small head

Semkin Longhorns

Texas Longhorn Steakburger

$5.50/pound

Snider Farms

Fresh Peanut Butter - 32 oz

$8.50/jar

Mariposa Coffee Roastery

Sumatra Mandheling Fair Trade Organic Coffee

$13.25/12 oz

Cross Timbers Farm

Powdered Laundry Soap, All Natural, Fragrance Free, with Goat's Milk 3lbs

$10.00/3 pounds

Shepherd's Cross

Shank - Lamb Roast (AWA)
0.61 to 0.88 lbs.

$7.75/pound

Oklahoma Food Cooperative

Colortex Bathroom Tissue: 24 regular-size rolls

$5.43/package

 

 

 

 
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The Oklahoma Food Cooperative is a member-owned organization that connects Oklahoma farmers and producers with customers. Our core values are social justice, environmental stewardship and economic sustainability. 

We were the first food coop in the US to focus solely on locally grown and made food and non-food items. We have a greater selection of local foods, and local non-food items, from more local food and non-food producers than any other cooperative anywhere in the United States -- more than 4000 different items available every month, from dozens of Oklahoma producers.

We work via an online shopping system linked with a mostly volunteer delivery system. 

All co-op producers go through an approval process regulated by our Standards and Producer Care committees who conduct a rigorous application process that includes an inspection to ensure local origin of production.  More information.  Join the Oklahoma Food Cooperative!

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Oklahoma Food Cooperative
PO BOX 681, Oklahoma City, OK 73101