A community-owned grocery store in Logan Square, Chicago
Chicago’s Grocery Co-op
Grocery co-ops are found in cities and towns all over America, from New York City to Minneapolis, MN to Champaign, IL. And now thanks to a collective effort of neighbors and friends, the Logan Square community has put Chicago on that list. With convenient hours for both daily essentials and specialties, the Dill Pickle Food Co-op is a full-service grocery store for fresh, local, and organic food. It offers one of the largest bulk grocery sections in the city.
Located at 3039 W. Fullerton, the Dill Pickle is easily accessible via the 74-Fullerton bus or the California Blue line train station. The Co-op also supports cyclists with two bike racks in front of the store. The Logan Square Library is directly across Fullerton Ave–inviting you to pick a recipe from a cookbook and walk across the street for ingredients.
Dill Pickle Food Co-op is owned and governed by a community of food lovers. As a consumer-cooperative, the Dill Pickle is democratically controlled by the members who shop there. Anyone can become a member, and the store is open for shopping to members and non-members alike. The Co-op’s commitment to fresh, local, and organic food is met with affordability in mind. New customers will find the Co-op to be an informed grocer that connects with local food producers. From farms to kitchens, healthy food practices will be supported.