Creating a better grocery experience for Northern Utah
We are dedicated to opening our first community-owned grocery in Salt Lake City. We need your support to bring local producers and consumers together to cultivate a healthier community.
Member-owners Strong !
Invest in an Inspiring Food Experience
We are establishing a community-owned full-service grocery store that will serve Northern Utah. Households, local businesses, and organizations from nine counties have invested to create a place to shop for local and sustainable products, to gather, and create positive economic opportunity for shoppers and producers alike.
Experience Food in a New Way
If you’ve been to a co-op, you’ve felt it — they’re warm, welcoming places. We’ll host workshops, meetings, music and more.
Improve your Food Options
Get more locally and sustainably produced items that truly nourish your body and benefits our local economy.
Appreciate Affordable Quality
We will greatly emphasize affordability while stocking organic, biodynamic produce, and also artisan products.
What is a grocery co-op?
The Wasatch Cooperative Market will operate a community-owned grocery that brings together local producers and consumers to cultivate a healthy community.
– Mission Statement
Farm to Table Dinner
Member-owners Brad Peterson and Allen Stutz, prep farm for Eat Local Week event.
Your support makes the Co-op a reality.
You can be part of building this community. The Co-op needs your voice, your input and your financial support. We’re building a grocery store that keeps dollars local, employs people who live here, sells nutritious food, and supports a transparent supply chain. Throughout the U.S., co-ops just like ours are forming and growing—propelled by our collective strength to re-shape the way we buy groceries and redefining how we work as a community. Cooperation is the future.
Keep money in the Salt Lake economy
Co-ops keep wealth in the local economy and provide a stable market for local farmers and producers. Co-ops allow people with shared needs and wants to come together to buy certain products, services, markets, or community-based activities.