Archive | April, 2016

Megan’s Got the Beet!

Congratulations to Megan Straughen, who wears many hats at the Co-op. Megan is our Sustainability Coordinator, Administrator to the Board of Directors, and handles our Accounts Payable – WHEW!  She is our tenth employee to receive the Monadnock Food Co-op’s “Beet Award.” CONGRATS MEGAN! Megan is always a positive light at the Co-op, smiling and […]

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Considering Co-op Board Membership?

Our Co-op is strengthened by active participation of our Member-Owners.  Service to the Co-op through membership on the Board of Directors is a great way to contribute to our success and growth.  I can guarantee that you will learn a great deal, be actively supported by a circle of expertise, and feel the satisfaction that […]

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Delightfully Healthy! Have Your Cake and Eat It Too: Healthy Desserts and Snacks

Sampling Friday, 4/29 from 4:30-6:30pm No doubt about it, desserts and snacks are delicious. Treating yourself to dessert or processed snack on special occasions is a normal part of eating. Unfortunately, these foods are often very accessible and heavily marketed. Eating them regularly can easily become a habit if one is not choosy. Both desserts […]

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B Corps Featured at the Co-op

From April 13 – May 3, 2016, the Monadnock Food Co-op will feature B Corps (the B is short for Benefit) and this global movement that is using “business as a force for good™.” It’s challenging for individuals to know how a company really does business: How do they treat their employees? How do they […]

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Boldly Going Together

“Boldly going together, where no one could go as well alone!” Monadnock Food Co-op Staff and Board Members attended the Co-op Café with the theme “Embracing Change with Courageous Leadership” held at Keene state back on March 12th. One-hundred thirty five people representing twenty co-ops, spread through out New England, came together for the day […]

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Cave to Co-op: Simply Sheep

Simply Sheep pasteurized sheep milk bloomy rind Nettle Meadow Farm, Thurman, NY Nettle Meadow Farm is a 50 acre goat and sheep dairy and cheese company in Thurman, New York just below Crane Mountain in the Adirondacks.  Nettle Meadow Goat Farm is currently the home of more than 300 goats and dozens of sheep as […]

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