Archive | November, 2012

Hiring Updates

We continue to recruit and interview candidates to join our Co-op team.  Our hiring timeline is staggered and we hope to have our Marketing, Human Resources and Prepared Foods Manager positions hired before the next update. We are now recruiting for Store Manager, P.O.S./IT coordinator and Meat & Seafood Manager positions. Please pass along this […]

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Late November Construction Update

Our Floor is Poured!   Our foundation slab, a.k.a. our floor, was poured last Tuesday — sealing our hopes and dreams for our co-op underneath.  Our community contributed these hopes and dreams at our Ground Breaking Celebration in June.  Now they are part of the co-op’s foundation. I hope the Co-op gathers us all in […]

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Early November Co-op Building Update

Construction of the Co-op building continues to progress well.  As the builders make progress on the exterior frame, our excitement builds. The exterior wall framing began this week and the roof and insulation installation begins later this week. While the construction moves along, we were thankful for a visit this week from Rob Martin of […]

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Values in Action Everyday

From www.StrongerTogether.coop We are proud to be part of a movement that proves respecting people is good for business. Millions of consumers around the globe have joined cooperatives for many reasons, including finding that they fill a need for housing, electricity, food, insurance and financial services…the list is endless. What attracts people to cooperation is […]

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Monadnock Food Co-op Seeks Local Farmers & Food Producers Interested in Selling Wholesale

Attention Farmers and Food Producers from the Monadnock Region and Adjacent Communities: All farmers and local food producers interested in selling their products to the Monadnock Food Co-op (MFC) in Keene are encouraged to contact General Manager Michael Faber before the end of this year. An important role for the Co-op, as with other food […]

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Savor Our Seasons: Brussels Sprouts

Flavorful Fact: A typical heirloom Brussels Sprout plant will give you up to 30 sprouts. Brussels sprouts are American’s least favorite vegetable, which I find shocking. They’re like sweet and tender mini cabbages, don’t we love all things that are miniature? I think that Brussels sprouts can be incredibly delicious, but at the same time, […]

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