70s People's Food Co-Op t-shirt Medium
Chest 19 in.
Length 22 in.
Content: feels like 100% cotton
Tag Brand: unbranded
This vintage tee has had a great long life and is ready for many more years of wear. It was specially made in the seventies for the People's Food Co-Op in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Features their iconic crescent moon logo which is still used today.
The People's Food Co-Op has roots dating back to 1971 with the efforts of graduate students from the University of Michigan's School of Social Work. The idea for a coop was actually part of their graduate student project under Professor Al Conner who remains a member in 2021.
With ever growing demand, PFC grew rapidly since its inception in the 70s. What started as a buying club run by two college students and some volunteers, now operates with a formalized system of membership, a board of directors, paid staff, management team, and a GM who oversees the day-to-day. What has remained unchanged is their commitment to providing quality food, fair pricing, locality, sustainability, and giving back to the community.
Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. 3/4 sleeves.