Fare Share is a grocery store, a meeting place, a wellness resource, a buy-local opportunity.
Fare Share is a natural-foods cooperative; this means that it is owned and supported by member-owners who have equity in the business. However, you don’t need to be an owner to benefit from Fare Share.
Come in to our Main Street store in historic downtown Norway, Maine. Browse the market, meet great people, learn something new, and purchase food and goods. Enjoy the events in the Fare Share Commons: art shows, meetings, lectures, performances, and workshops. Rent space upstairs.
But we warn you: the more time you spend at Fare Share, the more you’ll want to become an owner. Our sliding scale makes ownership affordable for every individual in our community.
Fare Share Co-op is an independent member-owned natural food cooperative in historic downtown Norway, Maine. Founded in 1978, Fare Share serves a community with a wide variety of income levels, offering organic and natural foods and products that are locally-sourced, sustainably-produced and ethically-traded. Since 2001, after buying and renovating our building, we have become an energetic Main Street anchor that also includes The Commons, a community space that currently houses the Center for Ecology-Based Economy (CEBE), as well as the upstairs rental offices that include Norway Downtown and Western Foothills Land Trust.
Herbs & Spices
Nuts & Seeds
Home Brewing Supplies
Healthy Food Access
Meet Our Staff
History of Fare Share Co-op
History of Co-ops
Join or Renew Ownership
Christmas Eve: 9–4
New Year’s Eve: 9–6
Map courtesy of Norway Downtown