We’re a democratically governed grocery store owned by more than 2,569 friends & neighbors working together to build a vibrant and just local food economy. 

Everyone can shop at the Dill Pickle, and anyone can become an owner! Joining our co-op is joining a movement to grow a more sustainable food system that puts people and our planet before profit.



Join the co-op by purchasing equity for $100 per share to own a maximum of 5 shares. 

Join the co-op by purchasing equity shares in installments of $10/month.

Help us grow! Owner equity provides working capital for new store.

Heads-up! Online equity payments incur a 3% processing fee to cover our costs.
No fee applies to in-store payments.

Why become an owner?

  • Help us grow! Owner equity is the foundation of our expanding business.

  • Have a say! The co-op is accountable to you, our community of owners.

  • Enjoy Owner Bonus Days quarterly!

  • Place special orders at a 10% case discount.

  • Receive new owner bonus coupons when you join, and access to special owner deals.

  • Participate in our Hands-On Owner program to earn a steady 15% discount.

How does the co-op work?

  • Purchase equity for $100 per share to own a maximum of 5 shares in the co-op.

  • Invest up-front or in installments of $10/month. Equity is refundable; the co-op will buy back your shares if you move or no longer with to use our services.

  • Receive your owner card, a copy of our bylaws, and additional info when you join.

  • Provide your owner number when you shop to track your patronage and receive your monthly discount. Receive a patronage rebate during years when the co-op runs a surplus.

How can I participate?

  • Join our Hands-On Owner program to contribute to outreach, programming, or governance efforts.

  • Shape the future by attending the annual meeting, participating in surveys and forums, or serving on the board of directors.

  • Vote in our annual election to seat new directors and approve bylaw amendments.

  • Connect and share through our newsletter, workshops, and events.