The Merc Co+op’s charitable giving program Change for our Community is celebrating four years of giving back to the community. Since it began in January 2014, Change has raised more than $280,000 for over three dozen local organizations.
The Merc Co-op has been selected as a 2019 Co+efficient Sustainability Star! This award recognizes the co-op’s positive impacts on the community and the environment. Co-ops are eligible in only two out of three years – and despite also receiving the award last year, our co-op broke the mold and truly stood out above the rest again in 2018.
Our work as grocers is constantly changing, so the methods and mediums we use to communicate must be agile. To that end, this will be the last printed issue of Connections.
On Friday, November 2 at 6 p.m., co-op owners are invited to our Annual Co-op Meeting to be held at Cider Gallery.
We are very excited to offer even more of your favorite staples and pantry stuffers at dramatically lower prices!
The Merc Co+op has signed a non-binding letter of intent with The Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas (UG) to open a grocery store at the corner of 5th and Minnesota in downtown KCK. They are now in the process of negotiating a management agreement.