Huntsville has a community-owned grocery market! Come and visit us soon:

  • Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    Saturday

  • CLOSED
    10am to 2pm
    10am to 2pm
    11am to 5:30pm
    11am to 5:30pm
    10am to 1pm

What you’ll find in your Co-op:

  • Locally-raised frozen Meats and Fish
  • Cheeses
  • Fresh Produce, Sprouts, Micro-Greens
  • Grains, Quinoa, Cereals, Wild Rice, Flours, Baking Mixes
  • Maple Syrup, Honey, Preserves
  • Coffee and Tea
  • Fermented Foods
  • Frozen Foods/Meals/Desserts
  • Oils and Dressings
  • Bulk Items and Canned Tomatoes
  • Tasty Treats
  • Juices and Concentrates
  • Beeswax Candles
  • Soaps and Shampoos
  • Gifts and more…

As of January 2017, the fabulous products of over 35 (and growing) regional food and farm producers are being featured in the Co-op! Your support today will enable the Co-op to expand quickly into its secured retail space. Leasehold improvements are starting soon and all of the Co-op volunteers thank you for taking the time to change your routine to visit the Co-op first!

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1 Crescent Road, Box 9
Huntsville, Ontario, Canada P1H 1Z6
info@muskokanorthfood.com
1-705-380-1017

The Muskoka North Good Food Co-op (MNGFC) is a not-for-profit, social enterprise with the mission to provide our region access to the best regional, sustainable, safe and environmentally conscious foods through the development of a community-owned grocery store and community food centre.

Become a Co-op member-owner and join the 568 people, families and producers who already have! Your ownership and participation will make this a great success.


Why YOU should join the Muskoka North Good Food Co-op!

A $60 lifetime investment for your entire household will have many financial and social benefits. It’s easy to join and by becoming a member-owner you will be supporting a life for your community that:

  • Recognizes the importance of building a strong food-based economy
  • Thinks about food
  • Fosters a sense of community resilience, diversity, sustainability and care
  • Educates and shares ideas, knowledge, objectives and goals to all
  • Provides highest quality, affordable & natural foods and products in a beautiful and inspiring environment
  • Builds a growing membership who are served effectively
  • Promotes community interchange of ideas
  • Commits to a model of social justice through our actions