Celebrate Pi Day at the Co-op!

“Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Pi Day is an annual opportunity for math enthusiasts to recite the infinite digits of Pi, talk to their friends about math, and to eat pie.”

That’s according to PiDay.org, which is also an excellent place to learn fascinating facts about this mathematical marvel and the symbol that goes along with it. But if you’re not into math and just want to celebrate Pi Day by eating pie, we’ve got what you need at the Co-op, including a demo from local vendor Red Door Bakery, sampling pies from 3-6pm.

All manner of pies will be featured on Thursday, March 14, from fruit pies provided by our local bakery vendors to quiches made right here in the Co-op’s kitchen. These sales are for everyone, and are while supplies last. See below for more info.

Product DescriptionUnit SizeSale PriceYou Save
Half Baked
Assorted Frozen Pizzas
18-20 oz$7.99$5.00
Co-op Made
Kale & Cheddar
Quiche Slice
each$2.19$0.80
Co-op Made
Bacon & Mushroom
Quiche Slice
each$2.49$1.00
Co-op Made
Kale & Cheddar
Whole Quiche
each$12.99$2.00
Co-op Made
Bacon & Mushroom
Whole Quiche
each$14.99$2.00
Red Door Bakery
Assorted Large Pies
23-29 oz$9.99$2.00
Red Door Bakery
Assorted Small pies
11 oz$5.69$1.30

If you’re inspired to make your own pie, check out these fantastic recipes.

Happy Pi Day!

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