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Welcome to Winkler Co-op

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Welcome to Winkler Co-op

Winkler-Morden Co-op is a different kind of business. It’s because of our members and loyal customers like you that your co-operative has thrived for the past 77 years, and why we will continue to grow and invest in our community for many years to come. Our long-term commitment to you and our community is unwavering. As change and challenge surrounds us, we work hard to understand better how to serve our members and customers with excellence. We have an unflinching commitment to our values: community, integrity, excellence and sustainability.

Winkler-Morden Co-op has committed to investing in our community since August 23, 1941, and because we’re rooted so firmly in the soil of this community, we continue to share our profits with you, as well as committing to the support of most, if not all, local causes that matter to you in the Winkler-Morden area.

Our members are at the heart of Winkler-Morden Co-op. We all share in the success of our co-operative. 

Thank you again for your loyalty and for your business. We look forward to continued growth. We are stronger together.


The Co-op Difference

Are you lactose intolerant? This milk might be the answer!

We were at the The Blumenfeld Creamery learning the story behind the non-homogenized milk that this local creamery sells at Winkler & Morden Co-op grocery stores. Thank you to Dan & Helen for inviting us to their farm and telling us the story behind the milk. And to Registered Nutritionist Sonia Funk from The Whole Avocado for discussing the benefits of this farm fresh milk.

This milk is pasteurized at the lowest temperature that is legal in our country! This lower temperature leaves more of the valuable nutrients and enzymes in tact than a higher temperature does.

By not homogenizing the milk Blumenfeld Creamery chooses not to change the original molecular structure of the milk an cream. And this milk comes from Jersey Cows. Jersey cows typically have more of the A2 protein and less of the A1 protein in their milk. The A1 protein can make milk more difficult for some people to digest (lactose intolerance). Some people with a dairy intolerance find that they tolerate milk from a Jersey cow much better than other milks available.

Contact Sonia to learn more at www.thewholeavocado.com.

Find this milk and Winkler & Morden Co-op Food Stores.

 


Please CLICK HERE to make a donation request.

 

 



August 23, 2018
with Sonia Funk, RNT
June 24, 2018
$30,000 goes to Southwood School
May 24, 2018

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