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The Oshkosh Food Co-op is a member-owned, full-service grocery store in the heart of Oshkosh. The Oshkosh Food Co-op is located in the Brio Building, on the first level, at the corner of Jackson Street and Pearl Avenue.
What kinds of products can you find at the Co-op?
Oshkosh Food Co-op offers organic goods and affordable staples, with an emphasis on locally grown and produced products. Among the products you will find on the shelves:
- fresh produce
- meat and fish
- dairy - Wisconsin's best milk, cheese, butter, yogurt
- grab 'n go deli items
- beer and wine
- household goods
- health and wellness items
- and, more!
Looking to save money on your favorite foods, supplements and body care products?
We've got great deals for everyone in our community! No membership is required to shop our sales and enjoy everyday value.
Co+op Deals offer great prices on more than a hundred products from trusted brands. Click on the flyer to see what's on sale!
Note: our Co+op Deals flyer is based on a two- or three-week promotional period. Some of the products featured in the Co+op Deals and Fresh Buys flyers may not be available in-store.
Look for Co+op Basics items throughout our store for everyday low prices on pantry essentials for everyone!
What's the difference between a grocery store and a food co-op?
A cooperative is a community, member-owned and member-controlled business with the goal of meeting the members' needs that (in this case, great local food and a healthy community).
Unlike a corporation, a co-op’s purpose isn’t to accumulate profits, but rather to meet the goals of its customers. Co-ops keep profits in the community. Profits are shared by the co-op and the members through store improvements, dividends, and community investment