Tacoma’s Own Homegrown Food Co-op!

The Tacoma Food Co-op is owned by member-owners just like you – food and health lovers dedicated to natural, local, healthy, fresh, organic, allergen-free, vegan, vegetarian, humanely raised, non-gmo, sustainable, affordable food in a space that feeds our community.

Store Location: We’re at the corner of 6th and Junett (click for: directionsa map, and public transit info).

Store Hours:
Monday – Saturday: 9 am – 10 pm
Sunday: 9 am - 9 pm

Who can shop at the store? Everyone can shop at the Tacoma Food Co-op. You don’t have to be a member to shop at the store. Come shop, come be nourished, come enjoy the experience and the community. It is your co-op Tacoma…just for you!


Me? JOIN? Everyone can join the Tacoma Food Co-op. When you join, you take an active hand in supporting the food culture and nourishment of our community. The Tacoma Food Co-op exists because members just like you joined and then collectively invested enough money (and time) to open the store. It was a labor of love…for the benefit of the community. Yes, join…today!

Spread the Word: Do you know someone who hasn’t heard about the co-op? Just by talking about our co-op, you can help people find the healthy food and caring community that they are looking for. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

September Member-Owner Specials: Check out this month’s member-owner specials! Get great deals on items throughout the store, now through the end of the month.

Suggestion Box: As a new store, we select our inventory based on the suggestions of our member-owners and our community. Thanks for letting us know what you want to see in the store.

What is a co-op? In the loosest sense, a co-op is any voluntary organization composed of a group of individuals (or organizations) formed for their mutual (generally, financial) benefit. These associations share a number of features (visit our co-op page for more info):

  • They are democratic, volunteer associations.
  • They are formed for mutual financial benefit (to save money or to increase buying power); in short, they are businesses.
  • They have no owners other than their member-owners.
  • They are non-profit organizations in the sense that what would be profit in other organizations is returned to the member-owners.