This holiday season we reflect on the ways that PCC gives back to our community, including partnerships, donations and grant programs.
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Sound Consumer, Nov - Dec 2018 | Issue No. 544 | Giving
PCC is pleased to offer sustainable options for your holiday table.
PCC’s Brooks Mason overcame employment barriers through FareStart’s culinary training to become a beloved deli staff member.
Thinking about gifts this holiday season? Personal body care products make great gifts. At PCC we work to keep harmful toxins out of the products we carry.
PCC supports the Organic Seed Alliance, which works on organic seed research and development to support organic farmers facing climate change, and consolidation and genetic engineering in the seed industry.
From locally-foraged chanterelles and wild-caught salmon to vegan savory or pumpkin pies, add a Northwest twist to your celebrations with PCC’s holiday recipes.
Whether you suffer from anxiety, depression, stress, insomnia, pain, high blood pressure, obesity or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) — mindful-eating may be the easiest and cheapest solution to set you free.
As you prepare to sit down with your friends and family, try not to be tucked away in the kitchen. Your spread will be beautiful if prepared with love and, if you’re worried about how it will taste, PCC Cooks offers holiday cooking classes.
Ventures, PCC’s non-profit partner, provides access to business training, capital, coaching and hands-on learning opportunities for entrepreneurs with limited resources and unlimited potential. This holiday, PCC offers fun tea towels designed by Ventures client, Betsy Morrette of Sunday Drive Designs.
This winter, PCC will offer a delicious new field-to-table private label baguette made from wheat grown at a PCC Farmland Trust farm and baked by Macrina Bakery.
PCC community grant program • Holiday food drive • Green Lake gobble • Columbia City Holiday Lights • Pathway of Lights • CookieFest 2018 • Customer Service Stars
September board meeting • Next board meeting • Communicating with the board
Storm drain runoff kills salmon • Environmental fishing • Inclusive awards • Not 100% natural • Toxic sweeteners • Climate labels • Tick-borne meat allergy? • Killing bees – Neonicotinoids in wild turkeys • Microplastics in food • Oil boom byproducts • Electric co-ops • Preventing aquaculture
The cooperative movement is growing. Shopping at PCC supports the economic impact of co-ops and the seven co-op principles.
Awesome vegan options • Beyond meat? • Plastic free • Reusable containers? • Print receipts • Local produce? • Canned food BPA?
National Organic Standards • Farm Bill • GE labeling