The Food Co-op
Groceries | Cafes
We are a not-for-profit food co-op that knows good food. We carry local, fresh, organic, sustainable, natural, Fair Trade, ethical, bulk and affordable products.
We’re so grateful for all the effort, love and countless hours that our members and volunteers have put in to the Food Co-op. This has helped us to achieve so much – not only providing healthy, affordable food, but also together we are able to support environmentally conscious, local farmers and growers, offer lots of learning opportunities and foster many beautiful friendships.
Note: The cafe closes at 15:00 daily but the store is open longer hours.
- Monday – 1000 - 1900
- Tuesday – 1000 - 1900
- Wednesday – 1000 - 1900
- Thursday – 1000 - 1900
- Friday – 1000 - 1900
- Saturday – 1000 - 1600
- Sunday – 1000 - 1600
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