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You Belong Here

If you're a lover of naturally delicious foods and you're in the greater Milwaukee area then Outpost is the place for you! Our conveniently located stores offer a unique and fun shopping experience bursting with fresh foods and hard to find items. Unlike other area grocers, we're a locally-owned cooperative where diversity is celebrated and education is part of everything we sell. And the best part...shopping in our stores is fun! Click here for store locations and hours.

Co-ops are founded on the belief that we can achieve greater results by working together than we can alone. A co-op is a business voluntarily owned and controlled by the people who use it – its members. It’s operated solely for the benefit of its members. In addition, cooperatives around the world operate using seven internationally recognized principles.

We’ve come a long way from our radical roots, but some things remain the same. Things like our cooperative business structure, our commitment to being a locally owned grocer with wholesome and natural foods, our commitment to our diverse neighborhoods and our commitment to sustaining this Earth we all call home.


Food Grown the Way It Used to Be

Outpost believes that supporting organically grown foods helps to protect the integrity of food grown without the use of synthetic chemical pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. Organic farming practices ensure the health and wellbeing of farmers and farm workers, the environment and customers is at the forefront of business practice. It is farming food the way it used to be!
It is really quite simple - buying local keeps more dollars in the community! Shopping your locally-owned co-op keeps other local businesses thriving, because Outpost Natural Foods purchases locally grown and produced food items whenever feasible. Look for the "Locally Grown" label in all our fresh foods and grocery departments.
Fair Trade
Whenever feasible, Outpost will offer Fair Trade certified products to our customers. Why? Because Fair Trade products come from farmers and producers worldwide who receive fairly traded compensation for their product on the international market because they work directly with their buyers. A better wage means better living conditions for some of the poorest people on the planet. It also ensures that these farmers develop a livelihood that will sustain themselves and their families for years to come. Look for the Fair Trade Certified label on items like chocolate, coffee, bananas, nuts and various gift items.
Outpost firmly believes that foods grown containing genetically modified organisms (GMO) compromise the health and safety of the food supply in general. Current labeling laws do not require any company to disclose whether or not its products contain genetically modified organisms.

As part of the strict organic certification process, growers and producers are forbidden to use products containing GMOs as feed for animals or to grow as food for production. Their products are routinely tested for the presence of these organisms. When you see "certified organic" on the label, it's a good bet that these products are free of GMOs. Most organic producers voluntarily label their products as "GMO-free" because they can and because people want to know.

Want more information to help you make more informed decisions?

The Organic Trade Association

USDA Organic Label criteria

Fair Trade in the United States










Sustainability Report
We belong to the Sustainable Food Trade Association. Read our annual report here.
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