List of cooperatives

This is a list of notable co-operative enterprises by country. Co-operatives are business organizations owned and operated by a group of individuals for their mutual benefit.[1] For a list of Co-operative Federations, please see List of co-operative federations.

Africa

Kenya

Uganda

Asia

India

Japan

  • Co-op Kobe (Japanese: コープこうべ), officially known as Consumer Co-operative Kobe, is a Kobe, Japan-based consumers' cooperative. It is the largest retail cooperative in Japan and, with over 1.2 million members, is one of the largest cooperatives in the world.

Philippines

Europe

Denmark

Finland

France

Ireland

Scandinavia

Spain

  • Abacus Cooperativa
  • ACOR
  • Agrupación Asturiana de Cosecheros de Manzano de Sidra
  • Ciudad Jardín (Bilbao)
  • Consum
  • Coop57
  • Cooperativa de Casas Baratas «Pablo Iglesias»
  • Cooperativa Farmacéutica Asturiana
  • Cooperativa Integral Catalana
  • Cooperativa provincial agraria y ganadera San Isidro
  • Coren
  • COVAP
  • Dcoop
  • El Encinar
  • Cooperativa Agrícola El Progreso
  • EnergÉtica
  • Grupo Unide
  • Llet Nostra
  • Mondragón Cooperative Corporation is a federation of worker cooperatives based in the Basque region of Spain
  • Movimiento Cooperativo Vasco
  • Payá Hermanos
  • Pluràlia Televisión
  • Cooperativa lechera SAM
  • SOM (grupo cooperativo)
  • Som Energia

Switzerland

United Kingdom, Channel Islands and Isle of Man

North America

Canada

Alberta

British Columbia

Manitoba

New Brunswick

Ontario

Quebec

Saskatchewan

United States

Oceania

Australia

New Zealand

See also

Notes

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