Breaking into the booming specialty food area isn’t easy, and it takes much more than having something good to eat. “First, we came up with a great name,” said Kristen McManus, one of the co-founders of Brine Street Picklery. “And we knew with the red color on our labels inspired by our Thai chilis, combined with the hand-done type of our name, our product would really stand out.”
About a dozen years ago, Mauricio Mendez’s grandmother began making guacamole and selling it at farmers markets in South Florida. Mauricio helped out, learned his grandmother’s recipe, and developed his own mango salsa and pico de gallo. After Di Bruno’s became the first large specialty store in the Philadelphia area to stock Anita’s, other stores took note. One of those was Weavers Way Co-op.
Put $400 in equity, get $100 back to spend at the Co-op. Is that a great deal or what? Introducing the Together We Grow equity campaign. As a member of Weavers Way, you own it! So why not grow it?
You minded the dust, and stepped around the mud, and dodged the heavy equipment. Now it's your turn to enjoy the new Backyard at the Chestnut Hill store.
Have you seen the purple shelf tags? We've lowered prices on more than 100 products you buy every day!
It's no accident that Weavers Way house accounts are called EasyPay. Now you can add funds anytime online using a credit card. And don't forget, if you deposit $100 or more using cash or a check, you'll get an extra 2% to spend at the Co-op!
What’s a Weavers Way Chico bag? Just the hippest, handiest, most commodious planet-saving device we sell. Here’s a how-to on how to operate one.
Merrymead Farm provides milk, cream, buttermilk, even chocolate milk to Weavers Way. But to get their ice cream, you'll have to go to the farm store near Lansdale.
We’re excited to announce the launch of our Weavers Way body-care line — organic and sustainable cleansing bars, body washes, lotions and other skin-care items, produced just for us! Weavers Way members get 5% off.
Weavers Way's Ends summarize the our purpose and goals as a cooperative enterprise. But the Ends aren't written in stone — the Co-op's Board of Directors regularly revisits the Ends to update and better define where we are and where's we're headed. Want to get involved in that process? Start by leaving your comments here.