My Street Grocery

Bringing the fresh to Portland!

My Street Grocery is a mobile grocery store focused on improving access to fresh, healthy food for all.

My Street is part of Whole Foods Market in Portland, OR, and represents a dynamic partnership between Whole Foods Market and local healthcare providers, social service agencies, faith-based organizations, schools and neighbors. Together, we believe there is great value in building healthy communities. We know that food has the power to bring us great joy and create meaningful connections, and we share a vision that everyone should have access to fresh, healthy food. 

The My Street Grocery trolley (“Molly”) team operates pop-up markets four days a week. We bring delicious, affordably-priced food directly to Portland area neighborhoods where barriers to access include cost, mobility, transportation, language, cooking skills, and other  life circumstances. Whenever possible, we source from the hundreds of local producers we partner with in the Pacific Northwest.

My Street Grocery Videos

My Street Grocery Dark Rye Video

Dark Rye: Amelia Pape Puts Fresh Food on Wheels in Portland, OR

My Street Grocery Dark Rye Video

Customer Interviews by community partner CareOregon

My Street Grocery is one component of Whole Foods Market’s commitment to making a difference in every community where we do business. My Street Grocery serves neighbors in Portland, OR, and is a complement to Whole Foods Market’s Whole Cities Foundation. Both the Foundation and My Street Grocery are expressions of the company’s core values — serve and support local and global communities and promote the health of stakeholders through healthy eating education — in action, and are living embodiments of an unwavering commitment to food access for all. 

My Street Grocery pop-up markets are open to the public, and accept cash, credit/debit, and SNAP/EBT.

Portland

Staff and community partners at the My Street Grocery “Breaking Bread” ceremony.

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