Meet the People in Our Co-Op Community

Who They Are

Our co-op members come from a variety of food backgrounds, but they all share a common element – their love for creating food. Being a member of a cooperative means that you can be encouraged by others who have had success in the food business. The cooperative model provides support that is a benefit of its members. Let’s take a look at people in our cooperative and what they are doing.

Meet Some of Our Members

If you are a fan of food trucks like we are, you may see some of our co-op members parked at various food truck pop-up events in the area. We not only love the food they serve, but we love to support and promote their small businesses.

They offer delectable cookie treats.

Sells sweet treats such as custom cakes, cupcakes, custom sugar cookies and seasonal specialties that are truly a work of art – and they taste as good as they look.  Our cooperative allows small businesses the space they need to prepare larger volumes of treats or the space to spread out as they create their confections. Chelse is a great addition to our cooperative family.

Smokehouse 59 II

Red Eye Rosie’s

Rae’s Sweet Delights

Gigi’s Sweet Creations

We are excited to continually welcome new vendors to Pizer’s Sweet Co-Op.

Follow our Facebook page to follow the successes of our cooperative members and welcome new members. Better yet, stop in and visit them at their next stop or consider supporting them in your next private event. We hope to one day see your name, business, and services on our co-op page.

How Do Members Pay?

Many of our co-op members sign long-term contracts. The kitchen can also be rented out on an hourly basis. Contact us today to learn more about our prices and services. We would love for you to join our cooperative and allow us to add you to our growing list of success stories. We are pleased to meet the needs of the people in our community who are part of such important service industries.