312 North River Street
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
(734) 483-1520



Open Daily
9am - 9pm
















 ...since 1975






Local Honey Project

The goal of the Ypsilanti Food Co-op’s Local Honey Project is to make more local honey available to customers and increase awareness of sustainable food production, as well as educate about the threats to honeybees and other insect pollinators.  Our Local Honey Project has established three bee yards near the Co-op: at Growing Hope, at the Farm at St. Joe's, and in the Honeybee Alley, adjacent to the building.  

Our mission is to educate customers and support volunteer beekeepers as they learn new skills in natural beekeeping.  Additional benefits are to create and increase sustainable, Michigan-adapted, survivor honeybee colonies, and support entrepreneurship by encouraging more and more small urban holdings of hives.    

Learn more about what to plant in your own back yard to support honeybees, as well as more information about yard chemicals: Tips for Your Back Yard.

Follow along with our activities by checking our Facebook page:  Local Honey Project page.

Spring in the Honeybee Alley

Spring in the Honeybee Alley at Ypsi Food Co-op.

Fresh Today!

Co-op Bakery:
**Our bakery is on hiatus
due to our baker's
paternity leave. Congrats
to Kyle & Crystal on the
birth of Stella Luna! 
Regular Baking Schedule

Deli Delights
   Fresh Salads
   Deli Dips!
 See Facebook (below) for
     daily soups & chili

Local Produce
   Spicy Lettuce Mix
   Organic Apples
Sweet of the Week
 *Check the Cake Stand*
   Carrot Cake
   Pear, apple, pecan
     pies and more!