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Food co-ops are facing unprecedented demand during the COVID-19, and they are rising to the occasion of service in inspiring ways—like free delivery services being offered by Lost River Market and Deli! Click HERE to read more. Learn more
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Food Co-op Initiative today announced Seed Grants totaling $100,000 have been awarded to ten communities organizing co-ops across the US, to be matched with equal amounts in local investments. These grants combine a $10,000 cash award with in-kind services from FCI’s experts including technical... Learn more
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The local foods movement has taken root nationwide. Where other trends have come and gone, the local foods movement is stronger than ever. It’s a movement to which food co-ops are deeply committed, and have long supported. As the height of the local growing season spreads across the country, co-op... Learn more
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Food co-ops are a rapdily growing sector of the cooperative economy. Like all businesses, start-up and existing, cooperatives often need to access capital. National Coop Bank’s Grocery program is a vital resource for the cooperative grocery community, providing over $33 million in new loans last... Learn more
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Why support the co-ops in your community? The benefits might be further-reaching than you think. They build healthy local economies. They exist to serve their members. A recent article in YES! magazine highlights the differences food co-ops and credit unions make in their communites. Read more at... Learn more
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