We are at 833 members of our 1000 member goal by store opening.
Our future store (under renovation) is located at 1253 Lafayette Ave in 12 Points in Terre Haute.
The building was bought in April, 2021.
Who are we?
Terre Foods Cooperative Market is a member-owned, whole foods grocery store forming in Terre Haute, Indiana. We will be a full service grocery store, open seven days a week at, that will serve Terre Haute and the Wabash Valley community by providing access to local, organic whole foods and products at a fair price.
The group forming Terre Foods is made up of people who value good food as well as fostering a strong, sustainable community. We believe so strongly in the benefits of a cooperative grocery store that many of us have become member-owners before the storefront has opened. The best ways that you can help make this market a reality are becoming a member and telling others about our venture. Once our doors are open, everyone, members and non-members alike, will be able to shop at a place that focuses on quality and building community.
All the details about our 13th Blueberry Festival: July 16, 11-2
Volunteer sign-up form and poster links
Reports from July 1 and July 2 volunteer efforts to get ready for the festival
13, 12, 11… COUNTING DOWN TO THE NEXT BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL WITH A LOOK BACK
As we count down the days to the 13th annual festival, let’s think back to all the folks who have helped to make this a great event in the past! The remembrances have been culled from member emails and the Terre Haute Tribune-Star, which has been very consistent in providing coverage of the event.
Thanks and farewell to T.J. Hellman
13th Annual Blueberry Festival
Eat a delicious sundae with our homemade compote Buy quarts & 10 lb. boxes Optional: bring your own reusable bowl and spoon to be entered in a raffle
I recently moved from Austin, TX to Terre Haute, IN and love everything about this community: the people are nice and inviting; it's affordable and easy to get around; and it's so close to many other exciting communities like Indianapolis and Chicago. The only thing I'm missing about Austin, besides a few friends, is my food co-op. Belonging to a co-op is more than just the opportunity to purchase organic and natural foods, it's a chance to be a part of a community of people working to make Terre Haute, and the world, a better place.
Brian Lee Whisenhunt (local resident)
Lookout Farm is a local producer of hay, beans, wheat, corn and Alpacas and Alpaca products. We also raise chickens, herbs, vegetables and eggs for sale. We welcome the organization of the new co-op market, and intend to support it by supplying quality food products for sale to customers interested in natural food products. We feel that this new venture will serve a much-needed place in our community.