French Broad Food Co+Op

Hours: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
90 Biltmore Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801
(828)255-7650 | Contact

Shopping Requirements
Face Coverings Required
Only 10 shoppers in at a time
Please maintain a 6ft social distance
Choose between gloves or sanitizing at the door
Everyone is Welcome to Shop
Come Inside or Use Curbside
Owners get 5% off on the 5th
Shopping Requirements
Face Coverings Required
Only 10 shoppers in at a time
Please maintain a 6ft social distance
Choose between gloves or sanitizing at the door
Everyone is Welcome to Shop!
Come Inside or Use Curbside
Owners get 5% off on the 5th

Hours: 11am to 6pm
90 Biltmore Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801
(828)255-7650 | Contact

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100% Organic Produce

The Produce Department of the French Broad Food Co-op offers exclusively organically grown produce. The vast majority of both our local and non-local produce is Certified Organic. If it’s not Certified Organic, you can be sure that it is organically grown — and that it was grown by a farm within 150 miles from FBFC …

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Interview with Abby Artemisia from The Wander School

Melissa Fryar’s Interview with Abby Artemisia, Herbalist, Botanist and Forager The WANDER School Introducing Abby Artemisia from The Wander School: Melissa: Abby, for those out there who are unfamiliar with you, could you give us an introduction on who you are and what you do? What started you on this lovely plant path? Abby: I am …

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Interview with Cara Steinbuchel, Owner of Asheville’s Potter’s Skin

Melissa Fryar’s Interview withCara Nicole Steinbuchel, Founder + CEO + MakerPotter’s Skin Butter Melissa: Hello Cara! Please tell me a little bit about yourself and your business. Cara: Hi Melissa! I live in West Asheville and I enjoy hiking with my spouse Michelle. I also enjoy making pottery at The Village Potters. I moved here …

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Local Matters

During this time of pandemic news, businesses closed, and so many out of work, I have been seriously concerned about our local businesses. In my opinion, we NEED them for a thriving community. I love my local vendors and saw them step up in ways I never imagined as this pandemic began. While everyone was …

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The Utopian Seed Project

Learn more about our community partner, the Utopian Seed Project, a hands in the earth organization committed to exploring crops and varieties in the Southeast to support diversity in food and farming. Their utopian vision is to create an engaged network of growers, gardeners, farmers, foodies, cooks and chefs to help us educate and celebrate …

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Shopping at the Co-op

We love you, Asheville. Thanks to Carol Spags Photography for capturing this moment. Thank you for your support through these trying times. We are hanging in there, taking care of each other and thankful to be here for our community. We are open daily from 11-6pm, only ten customers in the store at a time, …

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