Ocean Beach Peoples Food Coop
Welcome to the Ocean Beach Peoples Coop Grocery and Deli
Ocean Beach Organic Foods Co-op
4765 Voltaire Street
San Diego Ca. 92107
Open from 8AM to 9PM Daily
Ocean Beach People's Co-op is a member-owned full-service vegetarian retail market that has been serving the community since 1971. Originally a worker's collective, the cooperative has grown to include 6000 feet of retail space, 7000 members, and more than 80 employees. The Co-op offers an extensive selection of organic produce, organic and natural grocery items, organic dairy products, bulk items, perishable items, fresh deli items, books, vitamins, herbs, cruelty-free bodycare, and aromatherapy products. We specialize in products that are organic, wholesome, minimally processed, cruelty-free, and environmentally safe. Stop on by and see all that they have to offer.
Come take a look around THE BEST Grocery Store and Deli in San Diego and see why it has gotten so much buzz about being a very cutting edge and hip place to shop for healthy foods.
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What is a Co-op?
Simply put, a cooperative is a special form of business owned and managed by the people who provide and/or use the goods and services that the business provides. They pool resources to satisfy a common need and provide these goods and services as economically and efficiently as possible. A co-op is owned by the people who use it.
As locally owned businesses, co-ops are committed to the people they serve and the communities they live in. Owners can have a voice in what is available for purchase, as well as in the overall organization of their particular co-op. Owners get the most buying power for their money, and the money stays in the community, contributing to its economic strength.
Like other cooperatives, Ocean Beach People's Organic Food Co-op operates according to the seven Cooperative Business Principles.
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Here is an overview of the shopping area from the top where the deli is. The coop is very modern and well lit with natural light. Ocean Beach Coop History
Ocean Beach People's Organic Food Co-op was born as a small neighborhood buying club in 1971. The people who nurtured its growth were activists in a local movement to create alternatives to established institutions, including grocery stores. Their dream was a store that provided healthy, non-polluting, cruelty-free foods at a fair price, a store that belongs to the community it serves.
A year later, we set up our fast-growing enterprise in an apartment storefront at 4859 Voltaire Street. Customers looked for perishable foods in the refrigerator (where else!) and added up their own purchases for the cashier.
Then in 1973 came a very big step: O.B. People's moved up the street to a former pool and dance hall. It took a lot of work just to get the building ready. Gradually, the new store filled up with products and fixtures. The store's reputation grew too. O.B. People's became known as a truly people-oriented store with a unique selection of foods and uncompromising standards for quality.
For nearly the first fourteen years, People's had operated as a worker's collective. Then, in 1985, the workers decided that since O.B. People's had always been a community store, it only made sense that it become a food cooperative.
The years 2001 and 2002 found us remodeling yet again. This time, however, the Co-op moved into a whole new building. We are staying on the same site that we have occupied since 1973, but we have designed and constructed a new sustainable building to meet our growing needs and serve as a model of conscious construction. The new building was completed in the summer 2002 and O.B. People's, our very own community-owned Co-op, has begun a new chapter for a new millennium.
The Co-op's Green Building
Through extensive cooperation between the architects, staff, members, and city planning boards our architectural firm, hanna gabriel wells, has succeeded in designing an up-to-date, sustainable, and environmentally responsible "green" building which serves as a regional model of conscious construction.
Following is a list of the many great features, both structural and functional, that we can experience in the new Co-op building.
' The building was constructed using recycled content steel, engineered lumber, and non-toxic, recycled and sustainably harvested building materials at every opportunity. No old growth wood was used. Sustainable lumber comes from tree farms where the lumber is carefully managed and no habitats are destroyed.
' The Co-op has reduced the use of materials with open beam ceilings, exposed framing, and minimal flooring designs. The Deli area and Community Room have Marmoleum flooring which is comprised of linseed oil, woodflour, pine rosin, jute and limestone. All paint, wood and concrete sealers used are low VOC (volatile organic compounds). Concrete floors were sealed with lithium silicate.
' Day lighting is used extensively and optimal lighting is achieved with the majority of windows facing north, reducing solar heat intake. All windows and skylights are dual glaze low E glass, designed to minimize undesirable heat-gain. Skylights and windows are operable and placed to maximize cross ventilation. The store temperature is comfortable for shoppers, and is not dependent on expensive, energy wasting and environmentally polluting air-conditioning.
' Another energy efficient design feature are the photovoltaic cells (PVC) on the roof, which provide a large portion of the building's electrical needs. Conduit was laid underground during parking lot construction with forethought to future PVC installation when funding allows.
' More energy saving features include a solar thermosyphon system for hot water, low flush toilets, motion sensor faucets, and landscaping that is filled primarily with drought-tolerant plants.
' An energy efficient refrigeration system upgrade includes an increase of 25% in our refrigeration system condensers. This is a passive addition that reduces energy consumption by reducing the running times of electric motors and the compressors that they power. All walk-in cooler floors are insulated from the earth and include thermal barriers to prevent cold-box slabs from serving as a heat sink for the buildings concrete floor.
' The new Co-op building embraces the utilization of natural resources as much as possible, and energy efficient strategies minimize the impact on the environment; the building performs at 36% above California Title 24 minimum. The building project has won an energy efficient design award from San Diego Gas and Electric's Savings by Design Program.
' Demolition of the old building was primarily recycled, including concrete and asphalt'all salvageable wood was donated towards housing structures in economically depressed areas of Tijuana.
While our total square footage has increased from approximately 7,000 to 12,900 square feet, our actual on-the-dirt square footage has increased from 5,000 to 7,660 square feet, with the difference of approximately 5,000 square feet being on the expanded second floor.
The front of the Co-op building faces east into the new parking lot, rather than north onto Voltaire Street minimizing the impact of traffic, while the Voltaire Street facade hosts 15 feet of windows. A native herb and flower garden along the sidewalk and in front of the building provide a welcome oasis from the hustle and bustle on Voltaire Street. A peaceful tree grove in the parking lot provides a place to hold Co-op special events and the parking lot has been laid with permeable pavers to prevent runoff.
Throughout the design process, we have heard the concerns of some of our Ocean Beach neighbors, as well as the praise and support of others, including our many Co-op members. We have constructed a new building that meets our Co-op needs while also staying in scale with our neighborhood. Although we constructed a larger building, we have a much lighter impact on our environment due to our environmentally conscious construction. Our seed has been planted, our growth has been tended, and now this 32-year-old food cooperative is blossoming in all of its organic glory.
The deli has an indoor and outdoor seating area perfect for getting a little sun.
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Here is a look at some of the wonderful deli items perfect for lunch or picking up while shopping.
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A view of the indoor seating and dining area.
Vision: The Cooperative is dedicated to helping people live in ways that are ecologically sustainable and that promote personal health and well-being.
Values: We believe that consumer ownership through a cooperative structure provides consumers with an optimal democratic forum to meet the needs of our community. We are committed to promoting ecological sustainability with the products and services we provide and in the way we operate our business. We promote and emphasize products that are nutritious, organically-grown, cruelty-free and produced in an environmentally sound manner. We believe that informed choices made by all consumers have far reaching impacts on the local and global community, and are committed to providing education and information to enhance nutritional and environmental awareness. We believe that our employees are valuable and essential to the success of our business, and will treat them with respect, compensate them fairly and provide a safe and supportive working environment.
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The Peoples Co op serves a wide selection of fresh organic produce which comes at an affordable price for active memebers.
Membership is ONLY $15.00 per year!
Click Here for information on How to Sign Up Including a Memebership Form Coop History
In 1844, the Rochdale Society of Equitable Pioneers organized the first consumer cooperative associations. This was the humble beginning of a worldwide cooperative movement. The Rochdale Cooperative Principles have been adopted by thousands of cooperatives, including Ocean Beach People's Organic Food Co-op.
On September 23, 1995, in Manchester, England, the International Cooperative Alliance, on its centenary, adopted the revised Cooperative Principles below. They relate to our developing role and mission as cooperatives and are the principles that guide our own cooperative development at O.B. People's Co-op.
The International Cooperative Alliance Statement of Cooperative Identity
Definition: A cooperative is an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-controlled enterprise.
Values: Cooperatives are based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity, and solidarity. In the tradition of their founders, cooperative members believe in the ethical values of honesty, openness, social responsibility, and caring for others.
Principles: The cooperative principles are guidelines by which cooperatives put their values into practice.
First Principle: Voluntary and Open Membership
Cooperatives are voluntary organizations, open to all persons able to use their services and willing to accept the responsibility of membership, without gender, social, racial, political, or religious discrimination.
Second Principle: Democratic Member Control
Cooperatives are democratic organizations controlled by their members, who actively participate in setting their policies and making decisions. People serving as elected representatives are accountable to the membership. In primary cooperatives members have equal voting rights (one member, one vote) and cooperatives at other levels are organized in a democratic manner.
Third Principle: Member Economic Participation
Members contribute equitably to, and democratically control, the capital of the cooperative. At least part of that capital is usually the common property of the cooperative. They usually receive limited compensation, if any, on capital subscribed as a condition of membership. Members allocate surpluses for any of all of the following purposes: developing the cooperative, possibly by setting up reserves, part of which at least would be indivisible, benefiting members in proportion to their transactions with the cooperative, and supporting other activities approved by the membership.
Fourth Principle: Autonomy and Independence
Cooperatives are autonomous, self-help organizations controlled by their members. If they enter into agreements with other organizations, including governments, or raise capital from external sources, they do so on terms that ensure democratic control by their members and maintain their cooperative autonomy.
Fifth Principle: Education, Training, and Information
Cooperatives provide education and training for their members, elected representatives, managers, and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of their cooperatives. They inform the general public'particularly young people'about the nature and benefits of cooperation.
Sixth Principle: Cooperation Among Cooperatives
Cooperatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the cooperative movement by working together through local, national, regional, and international structures.
Seventh Principle: Concern for the Community
While focusing on member needs, cooperatives work for the sustainable development of their communities through policies accepted by their members.
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A view of the store and some of the beautiful artwork.The Peoples Coop helps promote local artists while also making the place look great.
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At O.B. People's Organic Food Co-op, you're more than a member, you're an owner! You can participate in decision-making at the Co-op by running for the Board of Directors or joining one of several committees. And as a member/owner, your financial investment at every level works toward a better Co-op and a better community through the events we sponsor, the donations we give, the products we carry, and the local and small family farms and industries that we support.
Membership is not required to shop at O.B. People's Organic Food Co-op, but a refundable membership investment of $15 a year saves you 10% on all purchases. O.B. People's Co-op members and first-time visitors shop at the low, marked prices. For non-members, a 10% surcharge is added at the Co-op registers.
To become a member of O.B. People's Organic Food Co-op, simply fill out a membership application available at the Co-op registers. Turn in the application with your $15 annual investment and you are immediately entitled to all of the benefits of Co-op membership.
10% savings on all purchases
Additional member discount on Member Appreciation Days
Low prices on quality organic and natural products
Special order individual items and/or receive additional discounts on pre-ordered cases
Nationwide food co-op membership
Subscription to monthly newsletter
Vote in annual Board elections
Eligibility to serve on the Co-op Board
Seniors save 10% everyday
Democratic participation in business decisions
Health and wellness seminars
How do I join?
Fill out an application at the Co-op registers and return it to any cashier with your yearly membership investment of $15. Within a few weeks, a membership card will be mailed to you. Your membership is valid for one year from date of joining.
Who can use my membership?
The person who joins is the principle shareholder, the 'owner' of the membership share. However, all members of the household ' spouse, family, roommates, etc. ' are entitled to membership benefits except for the voting privilege. It is only the principle shareholder who is entitled to vote in Co-op elections.
How do I get member prices?
Please give the cashier your membership card. Other household members may also use your card. For convenience, extra cards are available for $1.00.
How do I renew my membership?
Keep your original membership card. A reminder mailing with a renewal form and return envelope will be sent 1-3 weeks before your membership expires. You can also find out when your membership expires by asking a cashier.
Do I have to work in the store?
No. But the Co-op does rely on volunteers for committees, special events and member functions.
Who is in charge of the Co-op?
An elected, eight-member Board of Directors is responsible for the Co-op and oversees the general manager, who in turn supervises a staff of managers and employees. Members are encouraged to vote, make comments by letter or suggestion form, contact Board members, attend monthly Board of Director meetings and take part in the Annual Meeting, annual picnic and other Co-op events.
What if I stop shopping here?
If you do not renew your membership annually, it becomes inactive. You may request a full refund of all membership shares paid (see statement on Membership Application).
Click Here for Membership Form
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Aiming to serve their co-op members and shoppers with an environment that expands both a sense of community and nurtures a desire to relate to each other, People's Co-op has opened its doors to the world of art. The walls of the co-op have been utilized to present some of the best local contemporary art available, with gallery shows changing every four months. What can be more pleasant when shopping for wholesome food that sustains our body, than being surrounded by art that enriches our mind.
Currently on exhibit through the summer season at People's Organic Food Co-op are works by two talented women Meredith Branan Freeman and Maryann Luera pictured here and in the other photos.
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