Meet the Good Food Merchants Collaborative
Meet and learn about the exceptional, independently owned markets that make up the Good Food Merchants Collaborative. From coast to coast, each market plays an important role in their community and is dedicated to supporting American craft food producers. We couldn’t be more proud to share the history of these flourishing grocers, markets and specialty shops and how they work towards sustainable, community enhancing retail.
Bi-Rite Family of BusinessesA multi-generational San Francisco institution and Certified B Corp, Bi-Rite is on a mission of Creating Community Through Food.
Cowgirl CreameryCommitted to producing, promoting, and selling exceptional artisan and farmstead cheese (and things that taste great with cheese).
Di Bruno Bros.Philly-proud. Cheese-centric. Legacy-inspired. Purveyors of Happiness.
Good Earth Natural FoodsOrganic to the Core Since 1969
Goose the MarketWhere the fresh meat case, charcuterie and cheese selections, produce, baked goods, craft beer + wine, and more are served up by a small team as passionate about great food as they are about great service.
Gus's Community MarketFamily Owned & Operated Since 1981
Harmons GroceryPart of the Salt Lake City community since opening as a single fruit stand in 1932.
Market Hall FoodsWe seek to expand the pleasure and possibilities of cooking and eating while promoting the sustainability of traditional and quality foods and ingredients.
Market of ChoiceEmploying more than 1,200 people and supporting thousands of farmers, ranchers and food and beverage producers throughout Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
Swamp Rabbit Cafe and GroceryA mission-driven business that buys, sells, and cooks with fresh, local food to support a sustainable food system and provide a community space where people come together to celebrate meals.