Archive | July, 2014

Staff Favorite: Smoked Maple Syrup

Matt West, Meat & Seafood Manager, gives a shout out for a unique new product in his department: Smoked Maple Syrup from Sugar Bob’s Finest Kind in Londonderry, VT.  “We have used the smoked maple syrup in our house steak tip marinade since opening last April and it’s been a huge success,” shared Matt.  “This […]

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Julia’s Got the Beet!

Congratulations to Julia Cunningham – our third employee to receive the Monadnock Food Co-op’s “Beet Award.” Julia was nominated by those of you who filled out a Helping Hands form.  She gives great customer service at the deli, always going the extra mile to make you happy.  Julia’s strong work ethic means that when she […]

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Harlow Farm Tour

Thanks Jon for the wonderful and extensive tour of Harlow Farm in Westminster, VT (“COOL” bus tour included).  See more photos from our tour.  Please join us for our next Farm Tour!

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August is NH Eat Local Month

Throughout the month of August, the Monadnock Food Co-op celebrates New Hampshire Eat Local Month by offering a variety of farm and local food events including: Farm Tour at Walpole Valley Farms in Walpole, NH Saturday, August 2, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Participants will see how animals on this pasture-based farm are […]

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Staff Favorite: Guru Natural Energy Drink

Randy, from the Co-op’s Front End Department, gazes admiringly at his favorite Co-op product, Guru Natural Energy Drink.  He states, “It’s what keeps me going throughout the day — and it tastes good, too.” Guru’s motto: Energy should not come at the expense of health. That’s why they use many organic ingredients including cane juice […]

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Cave to Co-op July Special: Invierno

Invierno raw sheep and raw Jersey cow milk Vermont Shepherd, Westminster West, Vermont David and Yesenia Ielpi Major, Cheesemakers Vermont Shepherd cheeses are the oldest and most well known of the country’s sheep and mixed milk cheeses. David and Yesenia and their family pasture and milk the sheep, make and age the cheese on a […]

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