Grocery & More
More Choices in an Easy-to-shop Format
If you’re looking for a full selection of packaged natural and organic foods and related products, with a healthy emphasis on local, our grocery departments consistently offer fresh, high-quality items in a convenient, well-organized and easy-to-shop format. Our staff understands the needs of the natural food shopper and is able to answer questions in a friendly, efficient manner. We’ve even read the labels for you and only sell products which conform with our product policies. You can read about those policies here.
Bulk & Case Orders
Did you know you can order your favorite products by the heaping caseload? It's true! Just call or stop by the customer service desk at any of our store locations. Here's are the details.
- A bulk order is anything we currently carry in the quantity it comes in from our supplier. For example, 12 cans of soup or 25 lbs of rice.
- Owners will receive a 10% discount on all bulk/case orders OR the sale price, whichever is less expensive. Non owners will not receive a discount.
- You will be contacted when the order comes in or if the product is no longer available.
- Perishable products must be picked up within 5 days of delivery.
- Other details and restrictions may apply, please see the customer service desk for details.
- We want you to love the item you purchase from us! We will cheerfully accept returns on damaged, defective or unsatisfactory merchandise.
Local Farmers and Vendors we Love
Click a vendor profile below to learn more about the folks we trust.
Drumlin Farm CooperativeMiles to Market - 95
The Drumlin Community Farm Producers’ Cooperative is a multi-cultural group of families and individuals growing organic produce on land just south of Madison. The members are residents of Madison who are committed to producing fresh, healthy, chemical-free food to feed our communities.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
River Hills HarvestMiles to Market - 0
If you’re a fan of elderberry products, you might be surprised to learn that most of the juice that goes into products sold in the United States comes from Europe. But a group of Midwest growers is trying to capture at least a portion of that by growing and producing elderberry products locally and regionally, including here in Wisconsin.Go to Complete Vendor Profile