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Berkshire Co-op Market

January 6, 2017 • joedolson

Berkshire Co-op Market

This small town co-op offers natural alternative products, local organic produce and groceries. They purchase as much as possible from local growers and food producers. In the late 1970’s the co-op was born out of the idea to combine efforts of the several buying clubs in the area. The co-op first opened its doors in late 1981 with 160 member families.

Today, the co-op has over 2,000 active members. Membership in the Berkshire co-op requires a $100 equity share purchase for a single membership, $150 for a family with two adults and children under 18, or $250 for a business involved in food-related services. Memberships include an administrative fee – $10 for individuals, $20 for other memberships. Payment can be made in installments if needed.

Member benefits include Member Appreciation discounts (4 times a year), access to the Buying Club, where you can purchase items at near-wholesale prices, and the opportunity to become a working member and earn up to a 20% discount.

Berkshire Co-op Market

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