Your co-op has a fresh new look and deals to celebrate!
New Look. Lower Prices. Great Food.
Join us April 12–18 for a grand opening-style celebration with deals, freebies, prize drawings and fun events. Everyone is welcome to shop and save. Plus members receive 5x more rewards points all week long!
Check us out – It's like a whole new store!
Look for 20% off discount days all week long!
Save big all over the store by taking advantage of daily sales days for produce, meat, wellness, wine and more!
MON: 20% off Beer
Grab a freshly-made bratwurst from the deli and sample local beer by Proof Brewing Co. from 4:00-6:00.
TUES: 20% off Bulk
Bulk up and save! Buy exactly the amount you need for less!
WED: 20% off Body Care & Supplements!
Stock up on essentials: vitamins, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, lotion and more!
THU: 20% off Wine and Cheese
Let’s wine and dine! Plus $3 Dinner from 4:00-7:00!
FRI: 20% off Deli and Bakery
Save on a hot lunch or dinner to go.
SAT: 20% off Produce
Stock up for the week and fill your fridge! Meet Bourne Brilliant and sample their fresh juices at Noon.
SUN: 20% off Meat and Seafood
Fire up the grill! Save on Vegan Meats too! Meet Clear Lake Farms and sample their locally made sausage (time TBA).
Founded in 2019, Community Co-op Market (CCM) is a retail food co-op serving Tallahassee, Florida. We’re on a mission to ensure that everyone has access to healthy, delicious food and build strong local communities while doing good for the world. Though we are community-owned, membership is not required to shop here. There's always great food and warm community at the co-op table — and there's always a seat for you!
Community Co-op Market (CCM) exists to improve the health and wellness of the communities it serves through its retail food stores. CCM operates as a cooperative owned by its members and is dedicated to improving the quality of life for its staff, customers, suppliers and neighbors.
Co-op Values & Principles
Co-ops are based on values not unlike those we subscribe to individually, including self-responsibility, democracy, equality, honesty and social responsibility.
In addition to these common values, seven basic principles serve as guidelines to provide a democratic structure for co-ops around the world. While adoption of these principles is not required, most co-ops choose to adopt them for their business. The seven principles are:
Ownership (who owns the co-op)
- Voluntary and open membership
- Democratic member control
Decision making (how decisions are made in a co-op)
- Member economic participation
- Autonomy and independence
Special Practices (the ways co-ops put their beliefs into action)
- Education, training and information
- Cooperation among cooperatives
- Concern for community
The Board of Directors is the governing body for the members of Community Co-op Market and is responsible for ensuring organizational performance on behalf of all of the co-op's members. This work includes developing clearly stated expectations through written policies; delegating responsibility and authority; and monitoring compliance with written policies.
By focusing on the big-picture vision of our co-op, the board ensures that we position our organization for the maximum benefit of our members, while anticipating trends and values which may have a critical impact on our relevance and survival. The Board governs the organization and delegates all operational duties to one employee, the General Manager. The Board of Directors is not involved in any of the day-to-day activities or decisions regarding the operation of the co-op.
Have a question for the Board? Email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.