Aotearoa's Co-opping Hub

Co-ops bring…


Buy with your neighbours and friends. Divide your purchases while the kids run around, and support each other through thick and thin.


We should all be able to afford to feed our families wholesome food, regardless of income status. Co-opping makes this possible.


Everyone should be able to buy organics and fresh whole food in their community, regardless of location.

Circular Economy

Keep the money flowing in and around your co-op. Reuse and repurpose products, making zero waste buying possible.

Local Economic Activation

Buy from your friends’ and neighbours’ backyards. Sell to your local co-op and get credits to spend on co-op goods! No more money being funnelled to overseas companies.

Supply Chain Disruption

Get any goods you want, straight from the supplier, and cut out all the ticket clippers in-between.

The Co-op GO! Plan

Grab your friends

Have a chinwag with your tribe, get together for a cuppa or a glass of wine, and before you know it, you’ve got your co-op founding members! Ka pai!

Do the paperwork – setup time

Figure out who the adminny type people are in your group, and get them to fill out the supplier account applicaiton forms! Fun for them, and yahoo, you’re a co-op!

Off you go!

Welcome to co-opping, the waka to carry you to independent purchasing of everything wholesome and wonderful for you and you whanau!


Don’t take just our word for it – here’s what some other co-oppers are saying:

Melissa Henry

South Island

Being involved in a co-op has really changed the way I think about access to wholefoods. I can now afford to feed my family the best food, and I’m doing it with my friends.

Eric Davidson


I’ve been selling lemons off my tree to my local co-op for about 3 years. I’m stoked to be able to share my lemons with my community, and also make some money at the same time. I love how I can exchange lemons for other co-op goods.

Kat Simpson


I have found my tribe! I love sharing food with my friends. I love hearing about their lives, joys and struggles, while dividing up the food we bought together. We’re forming a bond that will last a lifetime, as our toddlers run around the house while we divide our kai.