Business Partner Program

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 from all kinds of sectors, 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. The program includes locally owned businesses in the Quad City area (Moscow, Pullman, Clarkston, Lewiston), Latah or Whitman counties, and surrounding communities.

Also, check out stories about our featured local partners HERE.

 

Interested in becoming
a Co-op Business Partner?

Business partners receive the following support from the Co-op for their participation in our program:

  • A free listing in our Business Partner brochure, which is given to all new owners and available in the store.
  • A free listing of the business on our website.
  • 10% discount on advertising in Rooted, our free quarterly magazine, and in Community News, our online monthly publication that is emailed to more than 3,000 households. Also business card sized advertisements in Rooted are available only to our Business Partners. Rate information available here.
  • Promotion at Co-op events.

By applying to the program, the applicant asserts that at least 51 percent of the business is locally owned. Applicants also asserts that their business supports the principle of non-discrimination, and practices non-discrimination in all aspects of their business. The Moscow Food Co-op practices non-discrimination as stated in the Equal Employment Opportunity Act. Furthermore, non-discrimination is one of the seven International Co-operative Principles on which the Moscow Food Co-op is based. That principle states: “Co-operatives are open to all persons able to use their services without gender, sexual orientation, physical handicap, social, racial, political or religious discrimination.”