sustainability

31 08, 2020

Rachel Carson Ecovillage

August 31st, 2020|Featured in The Co-operator, sustainability|0 Comments

The Rachel Carson EcoVillage is a new cohousing community where people and nature thrive together. It will be Pittsburgh’s first ecovillage, and it will be built on the Eden Hall Campus of Chatham University.  The legacy of Rachel Carson, one of Chatham’s most well-known graduates, is the inspiration for the ecovillage. The community will have [...]

24 01, 2020

Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurant Designation

January 24th, 2020|Featured Posts, In The News, sustainability|0 Comments

We are excited to announce that the East End Food Co-op Cafe has officially earned the Silver Level designation as a Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurant. The designation recognizes the commitment we have to our community, our economy, and our planet. Sustainable Pittsburgh Restaurants are evaluated based on 149 actions across 6 categories of sustainability standards: waste reduction, [...]

15 11, 2019

Reducing Single Use Plastics

November 15th, 2019|Featured Posts, sustainability|0 Comments

Are you trying to reduce or eliminate single-use plastics from your life? The East End Food Co-op can help you on your journey! We provide many packaging-free alternatives and zero-waste shopping options. Bring your own jars and shop in our Bulk Department. Not only does shopping in bulk save you money (up to 80% off [...]