Julie Parisi handcrafts her flavorful pastas (delicious simply with butter or good olive oil) in small batches, cutting her ravioli by hand, in Cedar Rapids.
As a Co-op, we buy from over 20 local farms, nearly all within a couple hours drive of our stores. We also partner with another 100+ local producers to bring you Iowa’s best and freshest products (Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois too).
Year round, you can find hundreds of local products at your Co-op and literally thousands during our summer and fall seasons. Yes, even in our prepared foods.
So if you missed the farmers’ market, you’re in luck! You can find products from the growers and local businesses you love right here at the Co-op.
It's Iowa grown or within 250 miles of our store.
That’s because many of the local growers and producers you see at the farmer’s market, also sell to the Co-op.
Year-round, you’ll find hundreds of local products on our shelves and even more during our summer and fall seasons.
Enjoy local produce at a discounted price through our partnership with Iowa Healthiest State Initiative’s Double Up Food Bucks Program.
SNAP & WIC participants can save 10% everyday on every purchase with a co-op membership.
We think you’ll like our partners as much as we do!
Seed Savers formed a network of gardeners interested in preserving heirloom varieties and sharing seeds.
Calvin Yoder of Echo Dell Farm has been raising whole, local, organic chickens for New Pi since 1988.
The Musser family – Rufus, Jane, and sons Junior and head cheesemaker Galen – make artisanal cheese the old fashioned way, and source their added growth hormone-free milk from less than 30 miles away.
For James Nisly, growing organic vegetables is about fulfilling a vision of producing healthy food for a healthy community and building well balanced soil for sustainable food production.