Skagit Valley Food Co-op

Overall rating: 4.5 stars 4 Reviews
Member-owned store offering fresh produce including organic, bulk, grocery, vegan-friendly items, products, and more. Has a Deli with seating that offers organic coffee, baked goods, sandwiches, and a salad bar. more-less

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First Review by MysticMoon21
  • vegan

Decent vegan options for Skagit County

Posted on 01 / 12 / 2016

A good stop if you find yourself in no-vegman's land half way between Seattle and B-ham. They have a salad bar usually with a vegan soup option. Deli items are marked V for vegan, such as marinated tofu spears, curry tofu, thai wrap, sesame kale, olive salad, sweet potatoes. For dessert, they always have a vegan cookie: raspberry almond, chocolate, or oatmeal sort. Also look for vegan coconut pudding. Beware of items labeled as "v w/h" if you are avoiding honey. Decent selection of vegan grocery items.

Pros: soup, cookies, salad bar, good local farm produce, good selection of CG juice
Cons: beware of vegan w honey label, many items with cheese
  • vegan

good food store

Posted on 07 / 18 / 2014

The selection is great.
A few points:
the local breads are non-og
lots of juices available in the back, nicely done
the deli is sketchy for vegans, nothing more than tofu but lots of meats etc
nice upstairs seating w wifi
staff is all super friendly
parking is busy

This place is ideal for staples and fresh produce, the juice bar in back. Forget the deli.

Pros: staples and produce, staff
Cons: meaty deli
  • vegetarian

Great place to eat in Skagit

Posted on 10 / 01 / 2009

My wife grew up in Skagit County so I know that vegetarian options are not that great. However, the co-op is a good place to get a quick bite and also to support their natural/healthy food mission. They have a very good deli with hot and cold food, lasagna, soups, bread, etc. They also have a decent coffee/drinks bar. Although it is definitely casual, there is a large number of tables arranged around the deli and it makes for a very pleasant eating environment.

Pros: Good food, Inexpensive

  • vegan

My favorite place

Posted on 12 / 08 / 2008

I've going to the co-op for years and I love it! I go in and drink tea and get something to eat and relax! They just started (not too long ago) to support breast feeding in the store-that's amazing!

Pros: excellent food, friendly atmosphere, there's something for everyone
Cons: it can get noisy durring lunch rush


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