Our Store is set to open 2025!
OUR CITY AT THE FOOT OF THE MAJESTIC WASATCH MOUNTAINS.
Courtesy Hilton Hotels, photo by Josh Scheuerman.
What is a Food Co-op?
YOUR Store - Member owned & democratically controlled. No CEO, no top down structure.
Controlled by US - One vote per membership, and a volunteer Board of Directors!
Supporting our COMMUNITY - More Local, more Information, more $$ stays here!
Responsible by Design - Total transparency and Triple Bottom Line
Part of a Co-op NETWORK - Over 350 independent food co-ops in North America!
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Meeting ID: 836 5128 1205 Passcode: 393270
We have a home!!
- The Milk Block -
416 East 900 South
Salt Lake City, UT
We are building a community-owned grocery store that will bring local producers and consumers together to cultivate a healthier community, but we can't do it without your support!
In the News
See what we've been up to!
There's a lot going on behind the scenes at the Co-op!
From building renovations, permitting and the capital Campaign, we are on our way to a store!!
Our Co-op Values
Keep It Local
Source products locally, from local growers and farmers
An enterprise for all and an inclusive space for everyone
Champion honesty and transparency in product promotion
Keep the princlples of the triple bottom line:
People, Profit, Planet
Education, Outreach &
Why you should shop at a Cooperative Market
Because co-ops are democratically controlled, shopping at co-ops means supporting the ideals of the community. Ideals that are defined and upheld through the global ends policies which dictate the way each co-op is run. Plus, co-ops are without a doubt the best place to find local produce and local products!
We establish a sustained & nurturing relationship directly with our local farmers and producers
Cooperatives sell your favorite items and brands (because YOU help decide what's on the shelf!)
Our Member Owners receive additional discounts, promotions and dividends throughout the year
MINIMIZED WASTE! Unsold produce goes to the needy, leftover & spoiled food
goes to an energy-producing composting service
Co-ops help the survival of local farms, address the problem of food deserts, and influence legislative decisions at the state level on food and environment.