The Oakland Food Mill now carries Co-Soap!

The Oakland Foodmill Logo displays name and address: 3033 Macarthur BLVD, Oakland CA

The Oakland Foodmill, a family owned health food store, is the newest location to find Co-Soap!

We are happy to announce that the Oakland Food Mill is the newest location to carry Co-Soap products! Founded in 1933, the family-owned Food Mill is Oakland’s original health food store. The workers and owners of the food mill are “dedicated to helping families and individuals make better choices about their health.” The Food Mill features all organic produce as well as an incredibly large selection of bulk foods, vitamins, and supplements.

In addition to their produce, the Food Mill is known for their scrumptious selection of old-fashioned breads, cookies, and nut butters. All of their cookies, home-made breads, and nut butters are made with 100% natural ingredients. Their home-made cookies include such delectable favorites as Oatmeal Raisin, Omega Oatbran, Date Nut, Honey Fruit, Peanut Butter, Super Ginger, Chocolate Chip, and Sunflower Sesame. Doesn’t that sound good?

In line, with their commitment to enhance their communities health, all seniors receive a 10% discount on nutritional supplements. With over 700 hard to find bulk items, the Oakland Food carries the flours, grains, spices, honey, oils, and herbs that you crave!

So if you’re in the area, please run down to the Oakland Food Mill and check out their great offerings. Of course, we’d love it if you picked up some of our soap as well. Below you can find their contact information:

Oakland Food Mill
3033 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94602
510.482.3848
foodmillonline.com

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