Frequently Asked Questions
Good Grocer is a community grocery store that provides healthy, quality foods at affordable prices. Volunteers run every aspect of the store, which allows eligible families and individuals who are food insecure to receive a discount.
Good Grocer has been funded by many generous donors in the form of corporate partnerships, individual food sponsors, and one-time financial supporters. To date, we have not received any government funding or subsidies.
Good Grocer is in the process of building a new store at 2644 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis 55408. We hope to be open again in the summer of 2019. Our Relocation page has more details.
We work with several vendors to provide the freshest and best products for our customers. To date our vendors include SUPERVALU, J&B Wholesale Quality Meats, Russ Davis Produce, Frito-Lay, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, Agropur, Goya, and The Fish Guys.
At the moment we are not signing up new volunteers. Sign up for our newsletter and you’ll be notified when we start accepting volunteer applications for the Nicollet Ave store.
Yes. Good Grocer is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit, public benefit charity.
Good Grocer stocks over 3,000 different foods to meet the diverse needs of the communities we serve, and we will double that in our new store on Nicollet Ave. We carry a wide variety of organic and conventionally grown produce; baked bread; fresh chicken; seafood; essential meats; dairy products; as well as a vast selection of frozen foods, beverages, snacks, pantry staples and household necessities.
We also stock a large selection for our Hispanic and Somali customers. Our inventory is replenished multiple times a week ensuring that our foods are always fresh. We have everything you need to make this your one-stop grocery store. If you can’t find it, just ask!
Yes, we currently accept both EBT (SNAP/food stamps) and WIC.
The benefit of becoming a volunteer is the diverse community built as together we provide healthy, quality food at affordable prices for everyone. Families and individuals who are food insecure can apply to receive a 25% discount on everything!
Yes, even though we are a volunteer operated store everyone is welcome to shop with us. This is a store for anyone who values eating well at affordable prices and is interested in helping others do the same.