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Culinary delights abound in the city by the Sound :-). This M.F.K. Fisher quote is embedded as "art underfoot" in a whimsical bronze floor plaque in the Fremont neighborhood's PCC Natural Market, where all the foods are organic, local and sustainably grown. The Puget Consumer Cooperative, incorporated in 1961, began in 1953 with 15 families in Renton and Seattle who formed local food buying clubs. " Today, it's the largest consumer-owned natural food co-operative in the United States. PCC has nine stores in the Puget Sound region and is owned by nearly 40,000 members who shop (along with thousands of non-members) in our neighborhood locations. . ." This Fremont store was remodeled six years ago, and it is definately NOT your boho mama's 70s style coop ;^).