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    Self-Checkout Lanes coming to Honest Weight!
    Click the button below for more information!
  • Get the Winter Scoop!
    The latest edition of the Coop Scoop is now available! Our community magazine, focused on educational wellness & cooperative lifestyle, has been published consistently since 1976.
  • Double Up Food Bucks
    Double Up Food Bucks
    Introducing Double Up Food Bucks: A healthy foods incentive program that matches SNAP dollars $1 for $1 on fresh, whole produce!
  • assorted bulk foods mounded on a slate board with handwritten names around each selection
    The Future is Bulk
    Enjoy less waste, lower cost, and high quality with delicious pantry staples and gourmet options from our huge bulk department.
  • various types of cheeses across a plain colored background
    Over 300 cheeses to choose from on any given day!
    ...and 60% of our cheeses are locally made. Talk to our experts and try a few samples. We're sure to find something you'll love!
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    Every day ways to save!
    We work to make eating healthy affordable for everyone. Check out our list of ways to save money when you shop natural and organic foods for you and your family.

Shop our catering menu!
Cheese Platters, Appetizers, Salads, Entrees, Sides & Sweets - everything you need for your next party!
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Save Every Day
Stretch your dollars with our Great Deals! sales flyers! You can find them online and in our store.

Coop Scoop Blog

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By Natalie Criscione If you happen to find yourself along 35 State Street in Troy, near the United Methodist Church (aka The Red Door Church) and it happens to be after...
By Natalie CriscioneAs I reflect upon my interview with Natasha Pernicka, Executive Director of The Food Pantries for the Capital District, I find myself thinking about the organization’s “tag line”...

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