Common questions and answers

What’s a cooperative or “co-op”?
A cooperative is a way of working together where everyone shares in the workload and the benefits. We believe that in order to succeed, all cooperatives must work together to grow the demand for local and sustainable food that directly supports our families and communities. That’s why we’re proud partners of Golden’s Organic Farming Cooperative GoFarm, Arkansas Valley Organic Growers Association, the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, The GrowHaus and more. Through our farmers and partners, we can provide healthy, local and affordable food all year-round. Read more about our cooperative values.

When do you deliver?
For individual retail customers, we deliver the third Thursday of every month to our network of drop-off sites thanks to a large group of buying members and volunteers. You can help! Contact us to schedule a volunteer shift.

For volume wholesale customers, we deliver weekly along our Denver metro delivery route.

When are orders due?
Individual retail customers order through our online market by the second Thursday of every month for delivery the following week. Volume wholesale customers order by Monday for delivery Thursday or Friday.

Where do you deliver?
We have several pickup sites throughout the Denver metro area and the front range for individual retail customers. Don’t see a location near you? Contact us about managing a new location or hosting a large volume group buying site. Custom delivery agreements are available for wholesale volume customers along our Denver metro and Kansas – Colorado delivery routes.

What do you have in stock now and in the middle of winter?
Guests are welcome to browse our online market to see what’s for sale. All of our products come directly from our farmer and producer members. In summer, we have fresh organically, grown seasonal produce and herbs. We continue to have fresh eggs, frozen poultry and meats available including grass-fed beef, buffalo, lamb and pork as well as a variety of small-batch canned goods, bakery items and prepared foods year-round.¬†Through our partners, we typically also have a variety of root vegetables and winter squash available, as well as greenhouse-grown lettuces. Read more about our food philosophy.

What does it cost to join?
Our $40 annual non-voting consumer membership allows individuals and families to purchase locally grown food from our co-op producers and have it delivered to the nearest pick-up point in their community.  We also have options for wholesale volume customers and producers. Learn more about joining the co-op.