In the News

News stories featuring the Montavilla Food Co-op.

Co-op wins $5,000 grant and celebrates 500 members!

Posted by on Jul 7, 2016

MFC is featured in Mid-County Memo and they are helping us celebrate one significant milestone –  our 500th members AND a $5,000 grant from the Food Co-o Initiative! It’s been an incredible year so far, and it’s only halfway through!

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“Pancakes Wow the Crown at Co-op Breakfast”

Posted by on Jul 1, 2016

Did you make it to our 2016 Pancake Breakfast? If so, you might be in the news! Check out David F. Ashton’s article on our very successful fundraiser and community event!

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MFC Development Timeline & Goals

Posted by on Jun 7, 2016

MFC Development Timeline & Goals

We have made significant progress in our goal to open a food cooperative in the Montavilla neighborhood! But we have a lot of work ahead of us. The graphic below highlights our progress and next steps, using the 4-in-3 model of cooperative development (provided by the Cooperative Development Services.) So far, we have reached the 500 member mark, completed a market feasibility study (with positive results!), and have a strong organizational structure that can carry us all the way to opening the doors. We are currently in Stage 2A: Feasibility. The next steps are: Continue to grow our...

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“Montavilla Food Co-op makes steady progress”

Posted by on Jun 3, 2016

The press attended our Volunteer Appreciation Party this year to get an update on the progress we’ve made. Check out the article in East Portland News here!

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MFC’s Pancake Breakfast made the Willamette Week’s “Top Things to Do and See in Portland”!

Posted by on Jun 2, 2016

WW suggests you celebrate Kanye’s birthday this weekend and recover from that celebration at our very own pancake breakfast! We think it’s ok to skip the birthday bash…

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MFC part of a long history of community involvement in Montavilla!

Posted by on May 2, 2016

Check out this great article from the Southeast Examiner on the history of the Montavilla neighborhood. (And watch for the MFC shoutout!)

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