Frequently Asked Questions
Who owns the co-op?
We are a community owned. We are owned, run, and operated by our members. Anyone can join, and we have several ‘tiers’ of membership with varying ranges of in store discounts.
Do you have to be a member to shop at the co-op?
Absolutely not. We are open to the public, so come on in and say hello.
Where do I park?
There is a parking garage directly across the street from the store (next to Black Bear Burritos). There is also meter parker on the corner of Pleasant Street and Chestnut Street. If you are visiting the store after five or on the weekend there is free parking available at the Huntington Bank on the next block.
What’s the deal with bulk?
We have hundreds of products in our store that are sold by the pound. Including soap, peanut butter, beans, granola, teas, spices, honey, oils, and more. You can bring in a container from home (make sure you weigh it at the register before you fill it up), paper bags are available for free or we have several plastic options for sale in our store (ranging from $0.05-$1.75). You can by however much or little of any of these products as you would like. This is very helpful in cutting out waste from packaging or trying something new.
Do you sell meat?
Yes. We sell a wide variety of meats, both local and organic. We have bison, beef, pork, lamb, goat, rabbits, duck, boar, elk, venison and more. This department nis always expanding. Check in often to see what is new!
What types of payments do you accept?
We accept cash, check (with valid ID), EBT, and every credit card!
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