The Moscow Food Co-op local business partner program strengthens the connection between our owners and local businesses and helps build the local economy.

Local business partners of many categories, including childcare, farming, and wellness services, offer discounts to Co-op owners. At the same time, our local partners benefit from our owners' patronage and are promoted by the Co-op!

This relationship helps keep dollars and jobs local. In order to join the program, your business must be at least 51% locally owned.

In addition to extra traffic from Co-op Owners, participants in the Business Partner program also receive a $50 discount on all advertising in the Moscow Food Co-op’s free quarterly magazine, ROOTED. Contact for details.

Interested in becoming a Co-op Business Partner? Download an application below!

Community Partnerships

Part of the mission of the Moscow Food Co-op is to grow and nourish the communities that we serve, which is why we are proud to partner with the following organizations:


Northwest Public Broadcasting
The Moscow Food Co-op is proud to partner with Northwest Public Broadcasting to support their yearly fund drives! Tune in to NWPB for periodic updates on Co-op events and projects.


The Moscow Food Co-op is proud to partner with Culligan of Moscow in support of clean water. Culligan customers who purchase or rent water conditioning equipment, including water softeners, iron filters and reverse-osmosis systems, receive a free 12 oz. package of organic Cravens Coffee (locally roasted in Spokane, WA) from the Co-op!


Backyard Harvest
The Moscow Food Co-op is proud to partner with Backyard Harvest to bring you the GROW-Op Garden, a garden plot that is used as a teaching and learning space for gardening techniques and practices while growing fresh produce for local food banks. Backyard Harvest also supports the Tuesday Growers Market with their Shop the Market program, allowing SNAP recipients to buy fresh, local produce and eggs directly from farmers.

Vendor Table Program

The purpose of the Moscow Food Co-op Vendor Table Program is to provide an opportunity for local artisans, organizations and cottage businesses to share information about their programs and services, sell their locally handmade products and to evaluate the potential market for their products and services in the wider community.

The Vendor Table Program addresses the Co-op’s long-term strategic goals of 1) developing and supporting the local, organic and sustainable food and goods economy, and 2) increasing community engagement, outreach, and education.

The Vendor Table Program is open to artisans, organizations and cottage businesses that are based in the Quad City area (Moscow, Pullman, Clarkston, Lewiston), Latah or Whitman counties and surrounding communities. By applying to have a vendor table at the Co-op, the applicant asserts that at least 51 percent of the business or enterprise is locally owned, or in the case of organizations, that the organization serves the Quad City area and/or the surrounding communities. Businesses must not employ more than five employees to be considered “cottage.”

If you are interested in joining our Vendor Table Program, please fill out the Vendor Table Program Application and read the accompanying guidelines. Your completed application can be returned by mail, email, fax or by dropping it off at the store. Please see the application for more details.