Galesburg’s Downtown Grocer since 1989

Cornucopia Natural Market & Deli, in downtown Galesburg, Illinois, bring a wide variety of local, natural and organic foods for people of all preferences, diets, and backgrounds to central Illinois. We take pride in providing the specialized and delicious groceries, deli items, supplements and more that you might be looking for.

We welcome phone and email orders, so if you can’t come in to the store, just call or send a message with what you need and we’ll make it happen.

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10 thoughts on “Galesburg’s Downtown Grocer since 1989

  1. What types of breads do u have? and what are the prices? cannot find on your web site

    • We have artisan and loaf breads. Whole grain and sourdough breads. The price range is between $3.29 to $5.99. Our signature bread is the Spinach Bread which comes in two sizes.
      Thank you for your interest. We hope to see you.

  2. Yes they do. I have purchased both recently. There is a lactation support capsule or you can get just plain fenugreek and they do have the tea.

  3. I am looking for the sugar substitute coconut palm sugar. Do you have it? If not could u get it. Thanks. Jean Jacobs Galesburg

  4. TUES 12/19/2017 This message is for Uncle Billy’s Bakery. I think something may be wrong with your phone. Not a great thing during the busy holiday season—so I thought you would want to know. But these things happen. I hear that you are going to stop selling sugar cookies after your holiday orders are filled. I’m sure we all hope that you have a change of heart. Your previous owners spoiled us because their sugar cookies were wildly popular—and in my family, at least, a long-time part of our holiday traditions. I know the season is very stressful, so your sentiment is understandable. But if you reconsider and decide to continue baking/ selling sugar cookies, please contact me (for my benefit) and I can get the word out to the members of the various organizations I belong to—a favorite to serve at our meetings—and also for their personal catering needs. (Will you be selling your scones—also popular with my friends, especially the lemon variety—in fact, there’s a consensus that your current scones are better than those made by the previous owners—but I’ll keep that hush-hush, if you continue to offer after the holidays.) With all that in mind, can you recommend another option for great baked goods! I know the names of two bakeries/ individuals in Burlington and another in Kirkwood and one in Galesburg which I’ve passed along to others who are also in the market for FINE/LIKE-HOME baked goods. If I could be so bold as to make a suggestion— if your individual items have proven not to be profitable (too much work for just breaking even—or worse), why don’t you raise your prices to make it worth your while. FYI—your “competitors” appear to have healthy businesses, with significantly higher price points. I know my friends would pay a premium for your unique/ like-home baked goods—which I think would make up for any business you might lose because of pricing. Bottomline, good luck with your new endeavor. Happy holidays and best wishes for the new year. Jody <>

    PS—I just noticed that the previous owners promoted a regular (not just for me) service for mailing their products to places around the country. I’m sure that would be a hassle with timing (baking fresh, then expediting so that freshness is maintained when received) plus the extra care needed for shipping cookies etc/ not crumbs. But there again, speaking on the behalf of me/ my friends/ others who were loyal customers of the past owners, I know that we would be more than willing to pay a premium fee for the convenience of that service.


  5. Re: previous comment
    I couldn’t find your email address, so I thought this method of communication was linked to your email. My apologies, but I hope you are still able to receive.

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