CoFED: Building a Cooperative Future

CoFED: Building a Cooperative Future

Building a Cooperative Future In the spirit of cooperation, the Davis Food Co-op wants to take the opportunity to share the visionary and necessary work being done by the Sonoma-based Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive (CoFED). CoFED is a, “QBIPOC-led organization...

Citrus Fest Sample Packs

Citrus Fest Sample Packs

Sample Pack Guide Tangy Classics Sample Pack From left to right: Cara Cara Orange, Oro Blanco Grapefruit, Navel Orange, Clementine Cara Cara Orange: pinky-orange flesh with tangy hints of blackberry and cranberry Oro Blanco Grapefruit: pale, nearly seedless flesh with...

Local, Sustainable Meat

Local, Sustainable Meat

Local, sustainable meat is better Globally, about 80% of agricultural land is used for raising livestock. Due to improper grazing management, desertification is quickly degrading the productivity of the land we use to raise our food. Confined Animal Feeding Operations...

New & Notable in Produce

New & Notable in Produce

Tangelos from Loomis We have two new tangelo varieties in from Pine Hill Orchard in Loomis, CA. Lavender Gem Tangelos These two-toned pink and orange fleshed tangelos have a very sweet and floral flavor. Pearl Tangelos Pearl tangelos are reliably sweet, with a tangy,...

Top Winter Picks for Beer, Wine, and Spirits

Top Winter Picks for Beer, Wine, and Spirits

Beer, Wine & Spirits Winter Picks  by Chase Brunson, Beer, Wine, and Cheese Specialist It’s cold outside, hopefully raining, and I have the fireplace going or I am streaming the Fireplace Show on Netflix to create that same ambiance. I have a glass in my hand and...

Gift Basket Builder Guide

Gift Basket Builder Guide

When we say gift basket, you might be thinking of those impersonal, cellophane-wrapped, ribbon-adorned baskets that show up each December. But I’m here to tell you gift baskets can be fresh, thoughtful, affordable at any budget, and earth-friendly! Bonus: you...

Elderberries: The New Face of California Hedgerows

Elderberries: The New Face of California Hedgerows

The practice of growing hedgerows stems from all the way back to the Medieval times of England and Ireland. Hedgerows can increase the beauty, productivity, and biodiversity of a property and are especially beneficial for farms. Modern day hedgerows are used as a...