Co-op West Main’s Produce Department is packed with local and organic flavor. We offer a wide selection of fresh fruits and vegetables grown without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, including many certified organic options.
We strive to stock our shelves with the highest-quality fruits and vegetables available, prioritizing those that are grown within our region and/or are certified organic. This allows us to offer the freshest seasonal fruits and vegetables available while supporting local businesses.
Providing our customers with food free of chemicals, pesticides, insecticides and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is very important to us. We provide food grown with adherence to sustainable agriculture practices.
Look for local, regional and organic signage throughout the produce department.
= Producers within 100 mile radius
= Producers within 300 mile radius.
Kimm’s Potatoes knows that in order to grow great potatoes, it starts with the soil. Half the land is annually green-cropped, which allows for the regeneration of nutrients. Along with having their Montana Seed Potato Certification, Kimm’s Potatoes also works to promote soil microbiology management.
Gallatin Valley Botanical
At Gallatin Valley Botanical, diversity and balance are crucial to success. They work with nature to maintain soil health and fertility. Gallatin Valley Botanical strives to continually replenish the soil nutrients in order to produce healthy crops and tasty vegetables.
Amaltheia Organic Dairy
Amaltheia Organic Dairy is a sustainable, organic company that has been handcrafting organic goat cheeses for over 20 years. They utilize all of their by-products and have organic whey-fed pork to sell. Amaltheia Organic Dairy also sells organic vegetables.
B Bar Ranch
Established in 1906, B Bar Ranch manages a herd of Ancient White Park cattle that is organic grass-fed grass-finished beef. The B Bar Ranch preserves and protects the land, natural resources, property values and associated rights within an extrodinary landscape in the Tom Miner Basin.
Heavenly Llamas is a small farm in the foothills of the Bridger Mountains. Along with breeding llamas, they also produce a variety of vegetables including peppers, cucumbers and garlic. They also supply local mixed flower bouquets.
Montana Highland Lamb raises grass-fed livestock on regenerative pastures with no fertilizer, herbicides, or anything else. Their pastures are simply pure grass that is allowed to communicate with soil microbes for its essential nutrients. This means very nutrient dense grass, which creates tasty lamb!
Red Devon Ranch
Montana Red Devon is a woman-owned and managed business. In the foothills of the Tobacco Root Mountains, Montana Red Devon raises cattle on simple diet of apple cider vinegar, grasses from the ranch and hay from the neighbors farm. Red Devon Cattle are some of the oldest beef breeds in existence.
Cloud Nine Farm
Cloud Nine Farm is a producer of certified organic leafy greens, salad blends and home to a variety of holistically managed livestock.
Three Hearts Farm