The Scranberry Coop in Andover, NJ, is a 10,000 square-foot warehouse with more than 150 antique and collectibles dealers. You might be tempted to pronounce it “co-op,” but it’s actually pronounced “coop.”
“The Coop is not a co-op, which is why it is pronounced “coop” which rhymes with “scoop.” We are one store. When we’re open, every booth is open. You can “scoop” up all the stuff you want to buy, and bring it all to the one cash register area at the front of the shop, affectionately nicknamed The Jail.” – Q&A page
I purchased Farm Festivals by Will Carleton, Vermont Folk Medicine by D.C. Jarvis and a $20 hammock seat that will be a perfect addition to our hammock haven at the farm in Maine.