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Together, we can open the Co-op

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We are dedicated to opening Salt Lake’s community-owned grocery

We need your support to bring local producers and consumers together to cultivate a healthier community.

Become an Owner, and meet us at our public events & meetings!

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A vision for changeLove your food

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 & benefits our local economy

Appreciate affordable quality

We will greatly emphasize affordability while stocking organic, biodynamic produce, and also artisan products

Invest in a better food experience ~

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Our progressAt a glance.


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Have you heard? Meditrina and the Wasatch Co-op are teaming up to host a delicious wine tasting event! Francis Fecteau of Libation Inc will be expertly pairing wines with amazing Meditrina delights, which is a can’t miss-combo! While you indulge, we’ll be sharing more about what a food co-op is, why Salt Lake needs one, and how we can get this thing opened, together!

Tell all your food-loving, sustainability-minded, community-building friends! This fabulous event is on Sunday, April 28th from 3-5 pm.

Head on over to Eventbrite to book your tickets ASAP!
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We want to give a huge shout-out to our member-owners this week for participating in a food-drive to help fill the Liberty Pantry this week! We received donations from several members who found items to spare for their community members in need. 🧑🧑🧑

Little Free Pantries are popping up in communities all over the country to help remedy local food insecurity. Nicole and her sweet family have started one here in SLC right across from Liberty park. Neighbors give what they can, and take what they need. It's a wonderful example of community building and we are so excited that our membership could participate in this effort.

Make sure you are following us on Instagram to see highlights from us and the pantry for the week! Find us at @wasatch_coop @slclibertypantry

p.s. We have welcomed member-owner #660! Only 90 members to go until our next BIG milestone: signing a lease on our location! Have you told a friend about us?

#foodcoop #littlefreepantry #community #give
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The weekend is calling! Anyone going out for a tasty meal?

We love dining at local spots that always incorporate products from Utah farms, like Pago Slc, the Cafe at Red Butte Gardens and Oasis Cafe

What are your favorite farm-to-table restaurants in Salt Lake City?
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Who is this adorable family you ask? Meet Rusty Monson, member owner #644 along with his wife Kimmie and charming girls Kate and Stella. We asked Rusty why he decided to invest in the #wasatchcoop this year. He shared with us his burgeoning passion for quality, local food, which started with a favorite author:

"Cooking [from scratch] is the single most important thing we could do as a family to improve our health and general well being" - Michael Pollen

"I didn't need too much prodding into the world of local produce and slow food, but Mr. Pollen definitely gave me a direction and more than a few mottos. I have become aware that in Utah we don't have a lot of options to purchase local produce aside from farmers markets that are open once a week. I then met some folks that wanted to bring a farmers market to Salt Lake that was open all week as well as the cold months. I was all about that life. [oh hi! that was us at the co-op! πŸ™ŒπŸ˜‰]
To have a market like this in Salt Lake would be a massive step in the right direction. Not only does having stores such as the Wasatch Co-op help us eat better it also enriches our community. Perhaps more importantly, it helps us teach our children how to eat properly and having co-ops are a great teaching tool. I know that we can reach our next goal of 95 more owners so that we can get to the business of eating healthier and strengthen local farms and businesses.

As Mr. Pollen said "Eat food, not too much, mostly plants" and soon, with your help, we shall have a place that will make that a whole lot easier."

Rusty, thanks for sharing your enthusiasm and welcome to the co-op! #foodcoop #eatlocalslc
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