Co+op, stronger together

Co+op, stronger together represents National Co+op Grocer (NCG) food co-ops nationwide and their shared commitment to providing delicious, high quality, healthy food; supporting local, sustainable agriculture; and strengthening local communities. With 148 independent food co-ops and over 200 storefronts nationwide, NCG brings together a wealth of experience and passion for great food. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest.

Coffee production methods are hugely important for the well-being of farmers and the environment. The good part? Your coffee choice does make a difference.
If you’re looking for “brain food,” just head for the water. Fish and seafood contain omega 3 fatty acids and nutrients. But some fish are also high in mercury. Luckily, there's a way around this dilemma.
A co-op employee shows off great deals in the Co+op Deals flyer
Many people are not entirely sure how co-ops work—or how to get involved. You may be surprised by what you find!
Co-ops support Fair Trade, which encourages democratic decision-making, transparency, gender equity and independence.
With all the warnings about farming and production methods these days, it can be hard for fish lovers to know how to make the best seafood choices. So how do you navigate the waters?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is an innovative way to get fresh, seasonal food directly from local farms.
With nearly 4,800 farmers' markets in the U.S., it’s clear people love the direct connection to farmers and the fun of shopping in the open air for fresh, tasty, and seasonal foods.
Getting your daily minimum veggie requirements is easy when they're fresh and bursting with flavor!
When it comes to reasons for eating well, heart health sits near the top of the list. It all starts with food shopping, of course—by filling your cart with heart-healthy foods at your co-op, you can help lower your risk of heart disease.
For allergy sufferers, reading labels to distinguish "good foods" from "bad foods" can be a frustrating experience. The most common allergies are surprisingly easy to accommodate by shopping at the co-op.