Directories of Open Co-ops
Looking for a great food co-op shopping experience in your area? Check out these resources to locate one near you.
Where are the co-ops near me?
Also check out FCI’s New Co-op Startup Map.
Co-op locations can be found in the following national directories.
Use these great resources to learn more about co-ops near you, and take the time to check out the other resources they offer too.
Cooperative Grocer Network maintains one of the most accurate directories of US retail food co-ops and co-op locations. You can search for co-ops by name or state. About Cooperative Grocer:
We’re intent on strengthening all retail food co-ops by a creating a community of cooperators who can develop and share their best resources and practices. They have an extensive library of resources online and publish a bimonthly magazine, Cooperative Grocer. We recommend you also look into their workshops.
Co+ops Stronger Together features an easy-to-use co-op search that also includes natural food suppliers and farmer’s markets. About Co+ops Stronger Together:
“StrongerTogether.coop is a consumer website developed by National Co+op Grocers (NCG) for our “virtual chain” of 148 retail food co-ops, operating over 200 stores, nationwide.”
After you find you co-op location we suggest you use resources on this site to research what’s in your food, where it comes from, where to find great food, how to prepare it and a whole lot more.
Directory.coop allows users to search for organizations anywhere in the world registered with the .coop domain by name or address information. About dotCoop:
DotCooperation LLC (dotCoop), the sponsor of the .coop domain, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Cooperative Business Association (NCBA) and defines and implements eligibility and verification policies for use of the exclusive cooperative domain.
Ever wonder why FCI isn’t a .org? Because we are a .coop! .Coop is the only domain that is reserved for cooperatives and cooperative organizations that are guided by cooperative values and principles as defined in the Cooperative Principles of the International Cooperative Alliance (ICA), such as member ownership and control.