COVID-19 March Update

March 24, 2020

As we navigate this challenging situation, a big THANK YOU to this amazing community for your support, patience and understanding. 

Things are changing rapidly. While it's subject to change, here's the latest news:

Co-op West Main - New Hours

Sunday - Saturday
8 am - 9 pm

Social Distancing & Safety

Help us keep our community and staff safe. Whenever possible, please maintain a 6 foot distance between you and others.

If you are sick, please stay home or ask someone to help shop for you. If you need to cough, please cover with your elbow.

Also, please use compostable gloves and hand sanitzer, available throughout the store.

For more on our efforts here, visit COVID-19 Preparedness.

Senior & Higher Risk Shoppers

Tuesday and Friday
7- 8 am

While we will not turn anyone away (and nope, we aren't carding), we are designating every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday from 7-8 am for adults 65 years and older and immune-compromised individuals. Typically, this hour represents the lowest volume of sales and traffic across our stores.

We’d like to ask that other community members help us provide this resource to those who need it, by not shopping during this time.

New! "Heat & Eat" Entrees & Soups 

We're stocking up our Good-to-Go case with new products and an increased selection of prepared "to go" meals.

Find a wide selection of house-made packaged salads, entrees and soups at both Co-op locations.

Simply heat and eat...or freeze for later. Instructions are on the package.

Containers are BPA-free, microwaveable and freezer safe. Instructions to heat are on the package.

Flying C Cafe - CLOSED 

It's with heavy hearts, that we announce the need to close the Flying C Cafe during this time (effective March 25).

Our dining area is also closed. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

We hope to get everything back up and brewing when it is deemed safe.

No "BYO" Bulk Jars & Containers

To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, we cannot allow "bring your own" bulk jars and containers.

We realize this is not in line with our sustainable practices. However, our top priority during this difficult time is to the health and safety of our community.

We are allowing "BYO" shopping bags. Please help protect our staff and help "bag your own" groceries.