co-op stories

Co-op grant will help neighborhoods transform vacant city lots and spur economic activity around local food production.Read more
The co-op, which runs their local farmers market, ensures expanded access to healthy food for those on food assistance.Read more
Moscow Food Co-op is proud of its strong community roots. Dig into what makes this food co-op unique.Read more
For each full-sized grocery bag shoppers bring and use for groceries, the co-op gives 5¢ credit to a community org.Read more
As part of their goal to serve as a hub for the local community, Chatham Marketplace provides art space for local artists.Read more
Mexico visit brings together 3 parts of a cooperative supply chain: farmer co-op, worker-owned co-op, consumer co-op.Read more
One way City Market, Onion River Co-op shows their “concern for community” is through their Member Worker program.Read more
Gandhi said, ‘When they copy your revolution, it’s time to start the next one.’ That’s the role...co-ops have always had.Read more
“Supporting local suppliers is part of our mission,” said David Waisman, finance director of Willy Street Co-op.Read more
Ypsilanti Food Co-op’s local honey project spreads the word about Concern for Community in the sweetest possible way!Read more

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