For the past six years the Crossroads Urban Center was a place to buy and shop for locally produced goods and produce. Last year unfortunately the Crossroads Center had to close its doors, but a local entrepreneur stepped in and re-opened the doors as The Community Co-Op with strong ties to locally produced wares of every variety. Choose from a variety of meats (including Utah raised grass fed beef), bread, cheese, eggs, milk, honey, olive oil, apple cider, hummus, gluten-free baked items, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, milk and now locally roasted Rimini Coffee.
The Co-Op donates 5 percent back to the Crossroads Urban Center or the church pickup sites. Shopping at co-ops can also save customers 20-50 percent on produce compared to shopping at major retail stores. Shopping locally also saves local jobs and creates a diverse market place and helps the entire eco-system cycle. http://www.localfirst.org/component/k2/item/146
The Community Co-Op now boasts 68 drop off locations from Ogden to Payson and Park City to Heber City at the end of each week placing orders on-line, telephone or in person. The Market located at 1726 so. 700 w. is open three days a week Monday and Thursday 3:30 – 6:30 pm and Saturday 8:30 – Noon.