There are around 300 community food co-ops running across Wales from places such as schools, community centres, church halls, workplaces and many other different venues. As well as helping you eat more healthily, you can also save money by using your local food co-op on foods like fruit and vegetables, but many also offer eggs, meat, fish or bread. It’s an affordable alternative to supermarkets and money spent though a food co-op is re-invested into the local community, with less waste, less packaging and fewer food miless. Find a food co-op near you by using our postcode search, or start one in your area. The Rural Regeneration Unit (RRU) will provide you with all the resources and support you need to get started.