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PCC Community Markets

PCC Community Markets is the nation's largest member-owned cooperative grocer. Operated with a focus on the triple bottom line for decades, PCC has grown to more than $300M in revenue, 82,000 members and stores in seven cities in the Pacific Northwest.

PCC Community Markets

PCC began as a food-buying club of 15 Seattle families in 1953. Since then, our priorities haven’t changed. We build our stores to LBC Petal Certification standards, have the most stringent ingredient standards in grocery, advocate for organic and regenerative agriculture and invest in equitable food systems. Our passion is for great food and cooking, from our fresher-than-fresh local produce to our in-store kitchens where original recipes are made from scratch daily using fresh, seasonal ingredients. Because when you love a community, you feed it well.

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PCC Community Markets Releases 2020 Co-Op Purposes Report in Service to 100,000+ Members
PCC Community Markets Releases 2020 Co-Op Purposes Report in Service to 100,000+ Members

2 years ago - PCC Community Markets (PCC), the largest community-owned food market in the U.S. and one of Seattle’s original grocers, today issued its annual Co-op Purposes Report provided in service to the co-op’s membership which grew by 13% in 2021 to more than 102,000 members by year’s end.

ILFI recognizes 2 more PCC Community Markets as meeting world's most rigorous green building standard
ILFI recognizes 2 more PCC Community Markets as meeting world's most rigorous green building standard

2 years ago - West Seattle PCC and Bellevue PCC are now Living Building Challenge Petal-Certified

PCC Community Markets Further Reduces Use Of Petroleum-Based Plastics
PCC Community Markets Further Reduces Use Of Petroleum-Based Plastics

2 years ago - Co-op bans sale of plastic water bottles below one gallon; eliminates sale of nearly 100,000 single-use plastic bottles

PCC Community Markets’ 2020 giving efforts supported local food systems, organic producers and healthy communities
PCC Community Markets’ 2020 giving efforts supported local food systems, organic producers and healthy communities

3 years ago - The co-op donated 1.4 million meals and supported area partners focused on sustainability and social impact with more than $1 million in combined donations and funds raised by the PCC community

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PCC Community Markets recognized with world's first Living Building Challenge Petal-Certified Grocery Store by International Living Future Institute
PCC Community Markets recognized with world's first Living Building Challenge Petal-Certified Grocery Store by International Living Future Institute

3 years ago - PCC Community Markets (PCC), the largest community-owned food co-op in the U.S., in collaboration with the International Living Future Institute (ILFI), today announced that the PCC Community Markets in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle is the first Living Building Challenge (LBC) Petal-Certified grocery store in the world.

Progress toward plastic-free: PCC Community Markets eliminates more than 80 percent of petroleum-based deli packaging from its stores
Progress toward plastic-free: PCC Community Markets eliminates more than 80 percent of petroleum-based deli packaging from its stores

4 years ago - Nation’s largest community-owned food market and grocery leader in sustainability to unveil new, open source compostable packaging logo

PCC Community Markets becomes first grocery store in the world to commit to developing stores to Living Building Challenge standard
PCC Community Markets becomes first grocery store in the world to commit to developing stores to Living Building Challenge standard

5 years ago - Nation's largest food market co-op also achieves first LEED v4 Certification in grocery

PCC Community Markets pledges plastic-free deli by 2022
PCC Community Markets pledges plastic-free deli by 2022

5 years ago - Nation's largest food market co-op furthers waste-reduction efforts; raises grocery industry standards

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