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Supporting BIPOC-owned Businesses 

If you would like to support businesses owned by Black, Indigenous & People of Color, we now have shelf signs to help you know which our products are BOPIC-owned.

Here's a quick shopping guide that lists the BIPOC-owned brands we carry here at the Co-op.

Local BIPOC-Owned Companies

Kenny’s Chocolates – chocolate
Southside Mike’s BBQ –  BBQ food truck


Black-Owned Companies

The Honey Pot Company - body care products
Naturade - nutritional supplements
Koia - protein beverages
Alaffia - body care products
Divine Chocolate - chocolate
Gitzel Imports – Bolga Baskets


Indigenous-Owned Companies

Tanka Bar – meat snacks


Other People of Color-Owned Companies

Aloha Bay – candles, essential oils, etc.
Annie Chun’s — bowls, pot stickers, etc.
Artisan Tropic — plantain & cassava strips
Dang — Thai rice chips
Gabriel Cosmetics & Zuzu Luxe — beauty products
GimMe Snacks — seaweed snacks
Happy Family Organics — baby food & snacks
Himalaya – personal care & herbal supplements
Huy Fong Foods — sriracha
Ines Rosales — tortas
Just Date Syrup — date syrup
La Riojana— wine, olive oil
Matr Boomie – Textiles
Maya Kaimal — simmering sauces, rice, etc.
Mi Rancho — tortillas
Miyoko’s Creamery — vegan cheese and butter
Mother In Law’s — kimchi
Mylk Labs - oatmeal
Nuco — coconut wraps
Numi Tea — tea
Nutrigold – vitamins and herbal supplements
Red Boat Fish Sauce — fish sauce
Siete Foods — tortillas, chips, hot sauce
Taste Nirvana — coconut water
Yogi Tea — tea