The Honest Weight Food Co-op, founded in 1976, is a member-owned and-operated consumer cooperative, open to the community that is committed to providing the community with affordable, high quality natural foods and products for healthy living. Our mission is to promote more equitable, participatory and ecologically sustainable ways of doing business. We are a full-service grocery store that carries the area's largest and best selection of local and organic produce and groceries. We have a large bulk foods section, selling grains, beans, nuts, dried fruits, pastas, coffees, teas, herbs and spices, granolas, baking mixes and more. We have an all-natural body care section, a vegetarian deli, and the area's finest selection of domestic artisan and international cheeses. We have all-natural pet products and household cleaning products that are free of petroleum products or chlorine bleaches. We carry local, naturally raised beef, chicken, turkey, and pork as well as frozen fish. We hold free classes and workshops that are open to all virtually every day of the week.
We are proud to support our local farmers!
Black Horse Farms- Athens, NY
The Farm at Millers Crossing- Stone Ridge, NY
Fox Creek Farm- Schoharie, NY
Migliorelli Farm- Trivoli, NY
Slack Hollow Farm- Argyle, NY
Threshold Farm- Philmont, NY
Adirondack Maple Farm- Fonda, NY
Hawthorne Valley Farm- Ghent, NY
Cooper's Ark Farm- Schoharie, NY
Mountain Winds Farm- Berne, NY
Gordon Farms- Berne, NY
Sweet Tree Farm- Carlisle, NY
Clover Mead Farm- Champlain Valley, NY
And many, many more!
If you want the basics for good eating, nutrition and cooking, HWFC has it all!
Beans, grains, flours, nuts (locally roasted), local produce, juices, good prepared foods.... [more]
I really don't know anything about the politics at Honest Weight. My wife and I have shopped there for years and consider our trips there to be an "event".... [more]
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I totally disagree with the previous reviewer. I was a member of Honest Weight until I moved away from Albany a few years ago, to the Berkshires. Here I'm about equidistant from both co-ops, the Wild Oats in Williamstown and the Berkshire Co-op in Great Barrington.... [more]