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Business Hours Tuesday - Friday: 9-6
Saturday: 10-3
Sunday & Monday: Closed

(919) 526-4573
Contact: David (at) GrainMill.coop
Place local orders by Friday lunchtime To make sure your co-op order comes in a timely manner, make sure you place your local pickup order by noon on Fridays. Freight fee for nonmembers is $0.05 a pound. Your order will be delivered to The Grain Mill on Wednesday the following week. We will email you when it's available. Thank you!
Co-op eBay Fundraiser Seems like we all have more stuff than money or free time. Help get the grocery co-op off the ground faster! Convert your unused valuables into a valuable community food resource. Select "eBay Fundraiser" above to learn more!
Welcome to Our Website. Our updated website reflects our organization's commitment to bringing a grocery co-op to Wake Forest, with its new domain name "GrainMill.coop" and a faster cloud-based server. Just a reminder, you don't have to be a member to shop, but members save 10% on case good purchases!
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Bringing a whole food experience to Wake Forest.

Local food, whole food, bulk food... The Grain Mill Co-op Grocery plans to fill the void between nutritional food and affordable food. Your support for this member-driven community grocery will help create a nutritional food oasis in NE Wake County.
Grocery Co-op Principles Co-op Principles
  1. Voluntary, Open Membership
    Open to all without gender, social, racial, political, or religious discrimination.
  2. Democratic Member Control
    One member, one vote.
  3. Member Economic Participation
    Members contribute equitably to, and democratically control, the capital of the cooperative. The economic benefits of a cooperative operation are returned to the members, reinvested in the co-op, or used to provide member services.
  4. Autonomy And Independence
    Cooperatives are autonomous, self-help organizations controlled by their members.
  5. Education, Training And Information
    Cooperatives provide education and training for members so they can contribute effectively to the development of their cooperatives. They inform the general public about the nature and benefits of cooperation.
  6. Cooperation Among Cooperatives
    Cooperatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the cooperative movement by working together through local, regional, national and international structures.
  7. Concern For The Community
    While focusing on member needs, cooperatives work for the development of their communities through policies accepted by their members. Nutritional food

Adopt a Chicken

The Grain Mill Co-op "Adopt a Chicken" program is a great gift for your fowlest of friends. When you purchase a hen and feed for the co-op's layer flock, you help reduce costs and help your new co-op location open that much further. Plus, you'll receive $0.75 off on up to three dozen eggs a week at our current store.
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Amazon.com Fundraiser

Friends: Ya'll know how hard we're working towards bringing a cooperative community grocery store to Wake Forest. Even if you're not within driving distance, we sure could use your help. If you shop on Amazon.com, please consider bookmarking and using this associate link. 6% of your purchase goes towards getting the co-op up and running! Thank you!
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Business Hours

Monday:
Closed
Tuesday:
9am - 6pm
Wednesday:
9am - 6pm
Thursday:
9am - 6pm
Friday:
9am - 6pm
Saturday:
10am - 3pm
Sunday:
Closed

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