Honest to Goodness

Local. Sustainable. Organic. Fair Trade. Non-GMO.

Co-op Means

Radical Quality

We’re a fun, funky, easygoing group….until we start talking about quality standards.

The produce you enjoy, the baked goods you gather your family around, the fresh ingredients you put on your table, we know these matter to you, because they matter to us too. Co-ops were the pioneers of the transparent food movement and we’re not backing down now. 

Fresh, local ingredients. Daily.

Our Locations

Oryana 10th Street Exterior Photograph


Located just off the beaten path from downtown and tucked in a wooded , walkable neighborhood, Oryana’s 10th Street location offers a European-style market packed with local, organic, fresh goods.


Conveniently located on US-31, West is Oryana’s larger store offering many of the same beloved products from 10th Street, but with expanded selection including a full-service Deli and Meat and Seafood Counter.

Oryana Café

Co-op Means Community

Good people with good food, that’s our motto. Our farming partners bring the quality, every day.

26 farms and counting. Want to join in, too?

Latest News, Posts, and Recipes

  • 12 Tips to Reduce Food Waste

    Dried up carrots, moldy nubs of cheese, and stale bread heels pile up in refrigerators across the USA, and they add up to billions of dollars in food waste. In fact, food scraps are the number one thing that goes to the landfill. Here are some ways reduce your food waste at home.

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  • Easy Spring Cleaning

    Time to do some spring cleaning! But we suggest spreading it out rather than trying to do it all in one swoop (or sweep!)

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2021 General Ownership Meeting

Oryana’s General Ownership Meeting is happening Thursday, April 15th at 7:00 pm via Zoom. All attendees will receive a $10 Oryana giftcard as a way to break bread (even when we can’t all be together!)

Register for the GOM now