News & Events
HR Manager Jon Roesser does his best Craig Laban impersonation, butcher Rick plays resident food anthropologist and WWCH staffer Lara is just kind of apologetic over new cricket flour energy bars the Co-op now carries...Bon Appetit!
Join Weavers Way Board member Chris Hill and longtime member and homelessness activiist Herb Levine in launching a new program dedicated to the study and promotion of co-operative economies. “The New Economy Project" kicks off Thursday, March 20, with a showing of “The Next American Revolution,”
Is it a fruit or a vegetable? Let's slice it down the middle and go with frechtable (This is actual taxonomic terminology here. We don't make stuff like this up.) Plantains are a staple food in the tropical regions of the world, and frankly we Philadelphians should really give this fretchtable some justice. Plantains are treated in much the same way as potatoes and with a similar neutral flavour and texture when the unripe fruit is cooked by steaming, boiling or frying.
Relive the memories! Pictures of our 40th Birthday Bash Oct. 19 at Cliveden are posted on our Facebook page.
Weavers Way Next Door's November 8th grand opening was a blast! Guests enjoyed demos, met local vendors and the wonderful WWND staff and noshed and nibbled in our beautiful new store at 8426 Germantown Ave, right “Next Door” to our Chestnut Hill grocery store.
General Manager Glenn Bergman testified Oct. 28 before City Council’s public Property and Public Works Committee in favor of establishing a Land Bank to streamline the disposition of vacant properties in the city.
Weavers Way Chestnut Hill deli manager Shawn O'Connell boldly attended this summer's "Bug Crawl — Food and Drink Pairings for the 21st Century." Shawn chomped down a few grilled hissing cockroaches at Morris Arboretum and lived to tell about it. Read her story, or watch the video!
Join the Co-op, invest all your Member Equity up front, and we’ll give you a $40 Weavers Way gift card. When we say our members are our owners we mean it. Regardless of the amount of your initial investment when you join, you are making your contribution to the Co-op and you are an equal shareholder. The Co-op gives members over 13 years to pay their equity in full…$400 is much more valuable to us now than $400 in payments over a decade from now.
Pennsylvania is one of dozens of states now working on statewide initiatives and legislation that would require labeling of food containing Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO). A new group called GMO-Free PA is working with Food and Water Watch and other groups to make such a labeling law a reality.