Food Co-ops

Food co-operatives are a source of many organic, locally grown fruits and vegetables and other nutritious foods.  Owned by their members, not all food co-operatives require you to volunteer.  Nonetheless, becoming an active member of a food co-operative, lets you become involved in a community of people concerned about the source of their food. To find a convenient one from a directory of over 300 food co-ops in the United States and Canada maintained by the Cooperative Grocers Network, CLICK HERE.

Co + op, stronger together” represents 134 National Co-op Grocers (NCG) co-ops nationwide and their shared commitment “to providing delicious, high quality, healthy food; supporting local, sustainable agriculture; and strengthening local community.”

Find out how to start your own food co-op by checking out the resources offered by the Food Co-op Initiative, Cultivating Healthy Communities by CLICKING HERE.

The Neighboring Food Co-op Association (NFCA) is a network of 35 food co-ops in New England with excellent start-up information, food resource information and on-going projects that support local and regional sourcing for member co-ops.

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