Chicago Market's next Co-op Pop-Up Market is March 5 at the Swedish American Museum in Andersonville. 

Our theme is Bulk-Up!, a perfect showcase for bulk items (flours, grains and lots more) as well as produce, dairy, coffee, laundry detergent and other late-winter goods available in Chicago. Everything aligns with Chicago Market's Purchasing Values, and will give Owners and potential Owners a glimpse of what they'll be able to find in store when we open early next year. 

Chicago Market is sustainable: We source local products and those that are sustainably farmed and manufactured. We respect the environment and recycle, reuse and reduce our waste whenever possible. Please bring your own re-usable bags and containers for your purchases. 

There is no entry fee, but an RSVP is required.



If you join us as a new Owner now or at the event, we'll give you a $10 certificate to spend at the Bulk Up! Market. If you're already an Owner and you bring a friend who joins, you each get a $10 certificate. Our friends at Peep Inc. will also give you a certificate good for a free dozen fresh organic eggs this spring! Email us for more information or we'll help you onsite.

We'll be joined at the Pop-Up by Care for Real, an innovative food pantry in Edgewater. You can help others in our community (one of Chicago Market's core values) by making a donation of food or money at the Market. 


Metropolis Coffee Company (Will bring 2-3 different kinds of coffee in bulk)
Read It and Eat (Cookbooks by local authors, books on farm to table, local foods movement, food policy)
Meliora K (Bulk and low-packaging cleaning products) 
Mint Creek Farms (Sustainable Meat in CSA bulk packages)
Peep Inc. (Sustainable Pork from pasture-raised hogs)
River Valley Ranch & Kitchens (Mushrooms and Sauces)
Lonesome Stone Milling (Pancake mix, Pancake samples, Flour in bulk)
Earth's Healing Café (Teas)
Three Sisters Garden (Beans, Corn meal, Popcorn, Rolled Oats in bulk, Pecans, Micro Greens)
KimChicago (Kimchi)
Endless Greens (Micro greens)
Sitka Salmon Shares (Sustainably caught fish from Alaska)
Dabble (Pickling demo)
Gardeneers (Activities for children)
Hazzard Free Farms (Ancient, open-pollinated and heirloom varieties of grains)
March 05, 2016 at 2:00pm - 5pm
Swedish American Museum
5211 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60640
United States
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