Mustard Seed opens
The Mustard Seed Co-op on York Boulevard officially opened Friday morning.
Even before the doors were officially opened, members were clogging the isles as board members, staff and volunteers put the finishing touches on the store.
A customer heads into the store.
An excited shopper browses the refrigerated aisle.
A member’s passport with information about the co-op and benefits.
Volunteer and member Ian Jongema carrying stock.
Some of the bulk goods were still arriving.
Jennifer Wallace checking out a customer.
John and Rhonna Wolkowski shopping for produce.
Co-founder Emma Cubitt helps customers get their passports and membership cards on the first day.
Nrinder Nann, a board member, puts pricing labels on the shelves.
Rebeca Hynes and her son Aidan, 9, check out as Damian Wills, the food manager, helps Jennifer Wallace as she learns to use the cash register.
Elliott Leyenaar, 6, heads to the door with his goodies after checking out with his mother Sarah, wearing glasses.
Marci Prebianca, of Marci’s Bakery, a supplier and member, talks to Lynda Narducci, right, another member as they shop in an aisle.
Sarah Botham, a board member, checks prices in a refrigerated section.
Thomas Posie looks at a product’s label.
A member’s card.