Rochester’s only community-owned grocery store.


At Abundance Food Co-op, “healthy” is more than just the food on our plate—it’s the way things are grown, made, or sourced. That’s why we make sure our products are sustainably produced.


Certified organic food not only tastes good, but it supports a better food system. And a food co-op like Abundance is an organic form of business that helps create a more vital community around it.


Abundance offers high quality, locally-sourced, and delicious food. Come discover new flavors and inspirations across our departments—we offer a full range of healthy, everyday groceries!

Ways To Save

Find out what’s on sale— in produce, monthly specials and all the time. Learn more!

And stock up on staples when you visit our Bulk section.


FLOWER (Fresh, Local, Organic Within Everyone’s Reach)

10% everyday discount and scholarship share

Do you receive financial assistance for your food purchases? Then you may be eligible for the Abundance FLOWER discount program to receive an everyday discount of 10% and a scholarship share. Stop by or call us at (585) 454-2667 to find out more.


Anyone can become an Abundance shareholder.

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Co-op News

The Abundance Winter Wonder Market

February 1, 2016

Join us on Saturday, Feb. 6, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, for a little respite from the winter blues. We’ll have tastings from local vendors, a great winter sale, a special Winter Wonder Raffle, and much more!

Evil Twin Brewery (Notes from the Edge of the Pint Glass)

January 29, 2016

Our beer buyer Madeline is back with an introduction to the unusual and not-to-miss Evil Twin Brewery. A “gypsy brewery” originally from Denmark, it’s now one of the more daring local brews we currently carry.

Brighten Winter Blues with Fermented Foods

January 29, 2016

Fermented foods have a lot to offer, especially when we’re wallowing in winter’s bleakest months. Learn a little about recent research about the health of the gut, our “second brain,” plus get a great recipe for making sauerkraut at home.

Introducing “Notes from the Edge of the Pint Glass”

January 15, 2016

Our beer buyer, Madeline, presents a new blog series exploring the tastes of the more rare, speciality brews we carry from breweries across New York State and beyond. In this first post, she tells us all about Boris the Spider, a Russian Imperial Stout from Spider … Read more

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