Archive | August, 2014

Celebrate Autumn: September/October Co-op Deals

Monadnock Food Co-op has joined together with more than 140 other locally owned cooperatives to bring you great deals on delicious food and healthy products for your family in the September-October Co+op Deals Coupon Book. Save on some of your favorite brands like Lundberg, Back to Nature, Annie’s and CLIF – as well as cooperatively-owned […]

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Refresh Your Ride

Refresh your ride!  Enter for a chance to win a Foldaway Bike from Honest Tea.  Entry forms are available at the Monadnock Food Co-op, near our Cafe Bar.  Promotion ends August 31, 2014. Also, Honest Tea is on sale until September 2, 2014 — just $10 for 10 bottles of Organic Ready-to-Drink Tea.  

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Co-op Staff Trip to Black River Produce

  This week, Monadnock Food Co-op Meat & Seafood Department Staff took a trip to one of our distributor’s Black River Produce in North Springfield, VT.  Staff toured Black River’s meat and seafood processing facility and learned more about their rooftop solar panel system. X From Black River’s website: Founders Steve Birge and Mark Curran […]

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Place at the Table: Community Impact Report

Last year, the Monadnock Food Co-op and our community partners participated in Active Voice’s Take Your Place Community Campaign.  Active Voice just released thier Community Impact Report about this campaign: The campaign’s overall goal was to use screenings of A Place at the Table to tackle the root causes of hunger and obesity in communities with high […]

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We Want Your Co-operator of the Year Award Nominations

We are especially pleased to announce the inaugural Monadnock Food Co-op Co-operator of the Year Award, to be presented at our Annual Meeting on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Heberton Hall in Keene.  To be eligible for this award you must be a Member-Owner, staff member or community partner (ex. farmer, organization, business) who exemplifies […]

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Gleaning Coordinators Help Bring More Local Food to All

Last year, the New Hampshire Farm to School Program launched NH Gleans to support six gleaning coordinators throughout our state.  Gleaning means harvesting the surplus produce from farms and gardens and directing it to local pantries, shelters and soup kitchens.  We’re incredibly fortunate to have two gleaning programs in the Monadnock Region, one hosted by […]

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Discover Local: Picadilly Farm

Jenny and Bruce Wooster, first generation farmers, own Picadilly Farm in Winchester, NH.  Their 71-acre certified organic farm cultivated by other farmers for many generations. Most recently, the farm was a dairy farm, run for 35 years by the Hudson family. In 2006 the Woosters bought the farm with its fertile Connecticut River Valley soil. […]

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Cave to Co-op August Special: Pawlet

Pawlet raw cow milk, natural rind Consider Bardwell Farm, West Pawlet, VT Consider Bardwell Farm in West Pawlet Vermont is a producer of award winning handmade cheese from goat and cow milk. Spanning the rolling hills of Vermont’s Champlain Valley and easternmost Washington County, New York, 300-acre Consider Bardwell Farm was the first cheese-making co-op […]

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