Our family’s enterprise is to aid others in their quest for optimum health through nutrition. We provide families with the resources to discover how wholesome food can produce wellness and a more energetic life. Most of our families home school their children, so they understand and appreciate the economy and health benefits of REAL WHOLE FOODS. Since 1993, we’ve supplied Alaskan homes with grain mills, Bosch Mixers & attachments, and whole grains from Wheat Montana. Join our email list by going to the website & subscribing to be informed of all the Wholy Living sales, events & co-op ordering information.
SHOP conveniently in PALMER ~ Our Granary up Clark/Wolverine Road boasts well stocked shelves of REAL WHOLE FOODS. Whether your grocery lists includes healthy oils, sweeteners, baking chips, seeds, nuts, bean or legumes, come & shop with us first! Our quality and pricing is at least as good and most times much better than other natural sections! The Lord continues to bless us with amazing suppliers as well as unique items.
In the fall & spring, place a co-op order and save on your consumables ~ 10% when paying with cash or checks. Or save 7% with credit card orders. Expect your order in November & May. Choose your pickup destination ~ Palmer, Wasilla, Anchorage, Eagle River, Chugiak, Fairbanks, Seward, Soldotna, Kodiak, Delta, McGrath, or the Copper Valley. We also mail orders to Bush communities. Learn all the details by joining our email list. Click the link on our website or email us.
Whole Grain Bread Baking Classes monthly baking & Whole Grain Info emailed monthly along with a plethora of educational books & DVDs. HOME MADE MATTERS!
HEALTH & NUTRITION ~ Attend our monthly classes on Nutrition and practical whole grain baking & cooking. Our family’s health is of utmost importance! We can change our health with our food choices! Many folks have found our sprouted grain bread alleviates ‘belly issues.’ Our ‘sprouted gluten goods’ agree with them!
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