The Co-op’s bulk department is all about saving money, reducing waste, and being better stewards of our environment. We offer products in our bulk department that can’t be found elsewhere.
The Co-op is celebrating our 50th anniversary. Visit our anniversary page and watch a fun video, shop for 50th anniversary Co-op T-shirts and hoodies, and see a timeline of our history.
Thank you for donating to the Co-op Farm Fund! Farmers share their appreciation for the ways in which the Farm Fund has helped their organic, sustainable farms.
Co-op Curbside is easy and convenient! Shop our store online and schedule to pick up your groceries at the Cordata store or the Holly Street building across the street from our Downtown store!
In honor of Earth Day, we are sharing recycling tips from your co-op. It’s important to us to share the best way for you to responsibly dispose of the items you purchase at our stores.
Lupita Nava grew up eating freshly made tortillas with every meal. Now you can enjoy her locally made tortillas based on a family recipe and enhanced with the healthiest ingredients.
Shop for houseplants at the Co-op! We’ve expanded our selection of indoor plants for you to enhance your home, improve indoor air quality, and enjoy the calming effect of houseplants.
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Buy local blueberries from Cooperativa Tierra y Libertad! Modesto Hernandez Leal and Ramón Barba Torres are the co-founders and worker-owners of this farmworker-owned cooperative in Everson.
Co-op shoppers may have noticed staff wearing pronoun pins at work: she/hers/her, he/his/him, or they/theirs/them. Respecting an individual’s stated pronoun is important, as it validates a person’s identity.