"At the co-op, we respect everyone's very personal decision about what they eat." This doesn't seem to add up when one takes into account the ever-shrinking the number vegan products, and find meat and dairy products interspersed. It seems that they hold the view that all dietary decisions are equal, but some are more equal than others. I'm ready to divest my membership of this co-op as the very apparent disdain for those who choose not to partake of animal flesh becomes clearer as time goes by. This isn't a matter of them serving a population that is not primarily vegetarian/vegan. This is a situation where they have been reducing what they carry; actively being antagonistic towards vegans; and thinly spreading vegan options throughout cases filled with meat and dairy, whereas if they really wanted to serve the vegan/vegetarian population they would consolidate what few products carry anymore into one case instead of making us have to search through the meat. Sadly, when it comes to vegan options, chain stores seem to have about as much as here - and the prices elsewhere are competitive.