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The Co-op

The Co-op Living Tree

Greensboro sculptor Jim Gallucci has brought his particular brand of artistry to our store. Read all about it, and how you can participate in the sculpture!

Local, Fresh & Friendly!

Now in downtown Greensboro, we've got more space and products and an enlarged staff of friendly, knowledgeable folks to help you. As a co-op, we're a bit different from other stores - see how!

Considering Ownership in the Co-op?

Only $100 per household for a lifetime of benefits. Support your local co-op! Not an owner? Learn more.

The Community Room

Looking for a place to meet? We offer a flexible, attractive space for clubs, organizations and other area interest groups. Check out the specs and see the latest schedule here.

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Owners Specials sales, for owners only, run the entire month (unless otherwise noted).


While the Owners Specials flyer shows sale highlights, there are dozens more items on sale than can be listed.


Everybody Saves & Co-op Deals sales, available to all shoppers, run in two cycles - "A" and "B".


New Owner Specials sales for December begin on December 1; Co-op Deals sales begin on December 5.


Deep Roots Market Accepts a Variety of Payment Options

These include:

Visa MasterCard Check Food Stamps Cash

Deep Roots No Longer Uses Plastic Bags

In February 2009, we banished plastic bags from our checkout counters. Find out why.

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Growing herbs at home is a fun, money-saving hobby that also happens to be good for your health. In addition to flavoring up your favorite dishes, herbs are filled with antioxidants and essential nutrients. Here we break down 10 of the healthiest herbs, along with recipes and tips for growing them yourself.

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Infection Protection

Jan 18, 2013

We’re in the middle of winter cold and flu season, and inside your body, a series of small battles is being waged. The army, your immune system, is made up of a number of key players, all dedicated to protecting you from foreign invaders. How to keep immunity healthy and balanced?

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