If you're looking for a better path to health or just a little personal pampering, our personal wellness departments are an oasis of carefully selected natural products that heal, educate, sooth or delight the senses. Unlike other area retailers, we provide personalized service in an easy to shop, well-stocked environment. Our wide variety of products are thoughtfully chosen to not only adhere to our product policy, but to celebrate the values of our organization - local, free trade, cooperatively produced and ecological - whenever possible. Plus we offer easy special orders for hard to find items.
Outpost Brand Supplements - Quality From Start to Finish
Our supplements are not just any 'generic' supplement: They are a high-quality alternative to pricier name brands.
- Manufactured in the United States by a company that's been producing pure, quality supplements since 1925
- Packaged in amber glass bottles for maximum potency and freshness
- No artificial colors, flavors or fillers are used – ever!
- Ingredients are sourced worldwide from quality suppliers
Local Farmers and Vendors we Love
Click a vendor profile below to learn more about the folks we trust.
HANmade MilwaukeeMiles to Market - 11
Colleen McCarrier has always loved souvenir tablecloths from the 1950s. You’ve no doubt seen them, the ones styled after maps in old school geography books, with colorful little pictures representing what each place was known for: longhorn cattle, bananas, cheese.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Maggie's Herbs & HeirloomsMiles to Market - 53
Maggie Queisser’s season usually starts in February. While others are counting the days until the final snow falls, Maggie is busy in her greenhouse in Elkhorn counting her seeds as she carefully plants them, thousands of them. Right now, she’s in the middle of her season.Go to Complete Vendor Profile
Tera's WheyMiles to Market - 132
Whey has come a long … way, since that spider came along and scared poor Miss Moffett. Most Wisconsinites know curds, but they might not be as familiar with their overlooked cousin, whey. Well, it’s a byproduct that, in the hands of someone like Tera Johnson, becomes a valuable nutritional supplement.Go to Complete Vendor Profile