Everyone is welcome to shop!

Featured Producers Greenbrier Herbalists and Talluto's Pasta are 20% off in store this month!  Come on out for tastings of Talluto's on January 24th from 12:30 - 3:30.  On January 31 Greenbrier Herbalists will be in the Co-op for samplings and information from 12:30 - 2:30.

Our community-based grocery store is working to provide convenient, year-round access to healthy, fresh, local, and organic products. We work closely with our local producers and incorporate the feedback of our members in developing and designing our store and co-op community.  As we grow, we look forward to creating a full service store!  Our Co-op is now open to members AND non-members alike!  Things are still a work in progress, with new products arriving daily. Come on by and visit!   Watch our videos on supporting, building and volunteering!  We'd love to have your feedback.  

Help us make this phase one store a success and our vision store a reality.  Let's support our local farmers so we can assure them a prosperous and continued future in our community!

Recent Volunteer Contributions

Thank you to all who helped us raise funds via our crowdfunding campaign!   42 people contributed $5,361 to help our Co-op.  We look forward to creating our recognition plaque and distributing as appropriate our Co-op gift cards.  

There are so many other ways to help us be successful.  Click here to read some of them.

JOIN US TODAY. Or learn how you can get involved.

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From Our Blog

by Jacqueline Fox, Outreach Coordinator, Doylestown Food Co-op Last week I had the opportunity to meet and chat with local herbalist Sharon Moncrief in her charming herb studio in Upper Black Eddy. Sharon’s studio embodies what many of us have often dreamed of having — sacred space — to imagine,...
Kick-start the New Year with Healthy Eating Choices as you Shop the Co-op By Naturopathic doctor, Julie Lachman, ND LLC If you are overwhelmed by other people making intimidating New Year’s resolutions, resolve to simply shift the balance of things you do already. A simple walk around our co-op will...
Place Talluto's Mushroom Ravioli in boiling water (approximately 3 to 4 quarts of water per dozen ravioli) and stir. When ravioli begin rising to the surface, lower boiling water to a simmer and cook for 8 to 10 minutes. Drain carefully. Serve with your favorite sauce (See Below) Simple Tomato...



Talluto's Local Pasta: In-Store Demo 12:30 - 3:30
January 24, 2015 at 12:30 PM
Owned and operated locally in Philadelphia, the Talluto family has been making pastas, raviolis,...
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Greenbrier Herbalist Sampling
January 31, 2015 at 12:30 PM
Proprietor Sharon Moncrief will be offering samples of elderberry syrup, a great flu...
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First Fun Friday - February 6th - Too Many Cooks with Chocolate
February 06, 2015 at 04:30 PM
Join us in sampling tasty chocolates from our producer of the month, Didi's...
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