Photo Credit: Food Conspiracy
Summer seems to be the prime time to eat, shop and enjoy local. Between Desert Harvesters’ mesquite milling, Local First Arizona’s Indie Week, Summer in the City deals, the Food Conspiracy Co-op’s annual Eat Local Challenge is about to kick off.
For the first two weeks of July, get ten percent off all local produce, grocery, prepared foods, beer and wine, and wellness items. Last year, customers took advantage of $1,883.14 in Eat Local Challenge discounts.
The Co-op’s discounted selection is appealing for nearly any shopper, with options from over 65 different local businesses. These include favorites like Exo Roast cold brew, RBar Energy Bars and Sky Island beef.
Discounted Items at the Food Conspiracy Co-op
- Vegetables from Forever Yong Farm, Sleeping Frog Farm and Sonoran Hydroponics
- Citrus from Desert Treasures
- Coffees and cold brew by Exo Roast. Co., Yellow Brick Coffee, and Presta Coffee Roasters
- Beers on tap from Borderlands Brewing Co., Dragoon Brewing Co.
- Wines from Dos Cabezas and Lawrence Dunham Vineyard
- Ice cream from Isabella’s Ice Cream
- Grains and beans from San Xavier Co-op Farm
- Mesquite and Pima wheat flours from BKW Farms
- White wheat berries from KW Farms Sonoran
- Oh!Ganics OhBars and R Bars
- Beef from Sky Island
- Pork and eggs from ReZoNation
- Honey, salsas, corn, flour tortillas and bread
Discounts apply to locally made wellness items, as well, from Kuumba Made, Kate’s Magik, and Desert Tortoise Botanicals.
If you live or work near the Fourth Avenue location, drop in each day for 10% off one menu item from Conspiracy Kitchen.
Eat Local shopping list are available at the co-op to discover new items. After purchasing three products, get entered to win a $50 gift card and new Co-op t-shirt. Or, if you’re app-savvy, share your purchases on Instagram and tag the Co-op @Foodconspiracy or use the hashtag #TusonEatsLocal.
At the end of two weeks, two winners will be randomly chosen from the Shopping List drawing and from the Instagram photo entries.
For more information, visit foodconspiracy.coop.