Welcome to Houston's oldest organic Co-Op!
Central City Co-Op is Houston's oldest organic co-op. For over 15 years, we have supported sustainable agriculture by providing farm fresh, local, organic produce and nationally certified organic produce to our members at affordable prices.
One of our strengths is our flexibility. Think of the Co-Op as a hybrid between a flexible CSA and a farmers market. You may order as often as you like and you aren't obligated to any particular share size!
Each Wednesday, we have preordered shares of fresh fruits and vegetables available for members to pick up. We also have a small open market featuring a selection of sustainably produced farm-fresh produce, free range eggs, local dairy, local meat, bread, and other locally produced delicacies.
MEMBERS: Bring in a new member and email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive 20% off your next fruit or vegetable share purchase.
Join our weekly email update list!
NEWS & UPDATES:
Blue Heron goat cheese orders are due Friday, August 11, by 6 pm.
SPECIAL!!! Members can buy popsicles for $3.50. Just sign in and purchase!
Membership means more! You may have noticed changes on our website. Now, only members have access to lower prices and special deals. While everyone is welcome to shop at the Co-Op, non-members pay 10-15% more than our members. Become a member today!
If you want to be a member:
1. Please purchase the membership.
2. Make a log in (at the top of the page). 3. You will be added to the "Member Share Prices" section and will see lower prices on your shares and eggs.
Pat Greer's Kitchen has wonderful new seasonal Kombucha flavors - Peach Kombucha and Mojito Kombucha
Kombucha - Pat Greer's Kitchen
PICK UP LOCATIONS! Please make sure you review pick up times!
You can now pick up shares in the Heights, West University/Rice, The Woodlands, First Ward, & Fifth Ward. Read more here
YOU MUST SELECT A "SHIPPING OPTION" DURING CHECKOUT! OTHERWISE YOUR ORDER WILL DEFAULT TO THE 2515 WAUGH LOCATION!
We proudly feature produce and dairy from these local farms: