What Kind of group are we? We’re a Co-op!
A co-op is a business/charity owned by its customers. Being a Co-op means that we’re owned by our local community and we’re pleased to be a part of our area’s diversity and lifestyle. You don’t have to be a member to shop at the Co-op; everyone is welcome! We sponsor membership to all Utah residents currently we have a membership of just over 12,000 members
Why Should I Shop at the Co-op? Because the Co-op:
Is locally owned.
Supports local farmers and businesses.
Carries high quality foods with minimal processing and without artificial additives.
Offers competitively priced, organically grown foods.
Consistently researches and investigates products to ensure high quality.
Allows you to buy just what you need or larger amounts for bigger savings.
Offers special orders if we don’t carry what you’re looking for. Bulk quantities often receive 30-50% discounts off retail prices.
Fosters sound ecological practices and promotes active recycling.
Is a community non profit , not a large multi-national corporation. Co-op shoppers know that their food dollars STAY in our community.
Accepts cash, American express,Discover,Visa/Master Card, SNAP/ EBT,
Passionate about the Environment. Utah CoOp shares your concerns about the environment in all aspects of our business, from how we use energy to how we shop. We care about reducing waste in our choice of products and packaging. How are you making a difference when you shop the Co-op? See our section on Sustainability.
Remember the first time you shopped at the Utah Co-op: Colorful garden-fresh produce, choices of gourmet cheeses and foods, all enticing you to take a taste journey into our cornucopia of products? All of these tasty offerings might be one reason you’ve remained a loyal Co-op shopper, but what else does it mean when you choose to spend your hard-earned wages at a community-owned cooperative grocery store?
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