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Local  Certified Organic and sustainable food delivered to the Borough every Tuesday


Your box will be available for pick-up at

Church of Holy Trinity

212 N. High Street

from 3:00-6:00pm on Tuesdays. 

​​Read on below to see how the Local Food Program

benefits the West Chester community.

Certified Organic Local Produce

Crawford Organics

Certified organic local produce is available via a traditional CSA from Crawford Organics. Crawford grows 22 acres of 100% USDA certified organic produce in East Earl, PA. Everything in their produce share box is grown on their farm. 


West Chester Cooperative member-owners get a 2% discount on Crawford vegetable orders. All shares can be pro-rated…so it’s never too late to sign up.


ORDER DIRECT from the farm at Choose “Chester County-West Chester Cooperative” as your drop site.


Pastured Meat

Katt & Mathy Farms

Pastured Black Angus Beef is available from Katt and Mathy Farm, Cochranville, PA. Kathy and Matt Goin raise a small herd of hormone- and antibiotic-free black angus steers. 


All of their delicious cuts and ground beef are delivered frozen; orders placed by Thursday 12 PM are available the next Tuesday.


Community Benefits

We partner with the West Chester Food Cupboard, Care Center Foundation and Act In Faith of Greater West Chester to provide subsidized shares of local organic produce to families in need as well as meal kits and general food donations. Shares and meal kits are funded by Local Food Program subscribers and West Chester Cooperative member-owners.

So far in 2021, we have secured over $5,000 of fresh, local, USDA certified organic produce and meal kits for hunger relief efforts, providing nutritious, healthy food to those in need.

Your participation enables us to give more back!

Words of appreciation from those who benefited….


“As a hard-working graduate student with almost no regular income, I have had to make many sacrifices, but eating healthy is not one of them. Unfortunately, this can be a substantial burden as a clean-eating vegan, financially and otherwise. I am so thankful that the West Chester Food Co-op was able to relieve some of that burden, so that I may focus on learning to be a competent counselor, fueled all the while by the most healthy and delicious vegetables. Thank you to everyone who made this possible! I’ll always remember this.”  



“As the single mother of three growing children I strive to provide them with the best quality food possible.  Years ago we participated in a CSA as finances were different and we enjoyed not only the quality of vegetables but the variety.  I am so grateful to this local community for offering the opportunity to those of us that are not currently financially able.  I am truly grateful for your generosity and for having the program available.” 


“My husband was laid off in December right before the holidays and has been having a difficult time finding a new position. Providing healthy fresh food to my family of 5 is very important to me and is not always easy to do on a very tight budget. I am extremely grateful for the assistance provided to my family to be able to take part in this CSA. I am hopeful that next year we will be in a position to provide assistance to another family. Thank you very much.”

Local Food Program: Communty Benefits
West Chester Cooperative will be a community-owned grocery store—that means if you join, you own it!
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