Anner's Pantry: Committed to Providing Access to Healthy, Delicious, Organic Food
We are always inspired by our community of organic food growers, purveyors, lovers and evangelists. We’re fortunate enough to meet these people every day through our work. In our search for retailers we meet Anner’s Pantry and immediately feel in love with their commitment to creating a place where people can access healthy, delicious, organic food. In 1998 Anner and her husband Ed decided to leave the Tulsa restaurant industry, where they had owned and operated several successful restaurants, to open a co-op – Anner’s Pantry was born. Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Anner’s Pantry is a place where you immediately feel welcome, where you can find an incredibly curated selection of certified organic food. They continue to be family owned and operated with Anner’s daughter-in-law Rachel and husband Jason joining in 2011. In classic co-op style, Anner’s Pantry offers a selection of different bag categories you can order, such as the Fruit & Veggie Bag, The Meat Bag or The Weekender Bag. Join as a member at Anner’s Pantry and get access to purchase any of their weekly bags filled with organic goodness. One of our favorite parts about joining as a member is that they will email you every week with the contents of each bag PLUS recipes that feature the organic food you receive in your bag. Right now you can find “Anner’s Easy Thanksgiving” on their website here (link to market bags and recipes) which offers a great variety of tasty recipes from Anner’s cornbread to great instructions on how to prepare you turkey. If you’re local to Tulsa, Oklahoma you won’t regret stopping by Anner’s Market and checking out their selection of organic snacks, household goods and home essentials which they offer in addition to their weekly bags. You’ll also find Allgood Provisions High Antioxidant Trail Mix, Organic Pistachios and Organic Wild Sundried Blueberries on their shelves. We’re honored to be included on their shelves and know that Anner’s Pantry won’t steer you wrong if you’re looking for delicious, certified organic food.
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