The Chronicle is a quarterly newsletter published by Karma’s members and is full of updates from the board, committees, and staff along with news about products and recipes.
Now, a little bit about Karma, which is best said in their own words:
Founded in 1972, Karma is a member-owned, democratically run co-operative. We specialize in organic, local, non-GMO and fair trade products. We carry over 200 bulk items, organic produce fresh from dozens of Ontario farms, health supplements hand-picked by our on-staff registered nutritionist, and the highest quality, eco-friendly, packaged goods, making Karma a ‘one-stop’ shop for the conscious consumer.”
What a gem eh? Did I mention the fact that their prices are lower than competitors (that’s a bit of a stretch, the competitors part, I mean, they really are in a category of their own) like Noah’s, Big Carrot, Fiesta Farms, et al (mind you, these names might not ring a bell for non-Torontonians — sorry others.
The articles which I got to cover feature Bentonite clay made from volcanic ash (pg. 13), Karma’s spice shelf full of a vast selection of the best priced organic herbs and spices (pg. 16); and a gluten-free, untampered grain called millet (pg. 17).
Bottom line is, I’m so happy to be able to contribute to such a great community.
And if you, like me, live in Toronto, and you’d like to get involved, get in touch (!) by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are there any gems like Karma in the city that you live in? Share your story – we would love to hear from you.
Till next time!