This super market is lovely all products from the farm ecologic and organic is one of my favorite places to buy they have everything what you need
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Belfast may be a small town but this Co-op would shame many of its big city rivals. Friendly and knowledgeable staff were there to offer advice. Great selection and reasonable prices make eating well a cinch here. I'd travel a long distance to shop here
The food is OK, although not great, but it's reasonably priced. I've had pretty good soups ($5 for a small/$6 large), grilled cheese sandwiches ($6), and quesadillas ($5 for basic cheese only) here, as well as an OK walnut burger. Recently, I had the cheese...More
The Belfast Co-op is important for grocery shoppers but just forget it when it comes to the cafe or prepared foods.
I literally was staying in a hotel right across the street. great food, lots of local items to buy, went back a couple of times it was so great!!!
We were tourists looking for some small items, this place has got everything in a small footprint. Good beers and specialty cheeses were just what we needed.
Very impressed with the selection of goods and reasonably priced for a co-op. A lady worker was very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend.
Staffed by people of good intention. The usual organic stuff with herbal remedies, etc. Prices are higher than standard food, but this is pretty universal among such places. Not really for me.
When visiting the area I choose to shop at this small town Co-op for they sell fresh goat milk, prepared salads and meals that contain all natural ingredients (as good as I make at home:) and other products from local farms. Everyone I have dealt...More
Everyone who works at the co-op was super nice. I like to shop there because they carry my favorite wine made by Unity Winery.