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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Who says eating your fruits and vegetables can’t be fun? This week join us as we sample some tasty and nutritious dips to help us dip into our 5-a-day! Fruits and vegetables are an awesome source of good nutrition. Chock full of vitamins, minerals and fiber, these foods promote digestion and physical well-being. This week […]
Sampling: Friday, March 25, 4:30 – 6:30pm With March quickly drawing to an end, we look toward April and the beginning of spring to bring about showers of rain and the chance to see an elusive rainbow. While actual rainbows might be hard to come by, grabbing a rainbow of colorful produce at your Co-op […]
Congratulations to Yuko Hamilton Mori who works in the Co-op’s Deli & Beverage Bar. She is our ninth employee to receive the Monadnock Food Co-op’s “Beet Award.” CONGRATS YUKO! Yuko came to the co-op in 2014 seeking something that was missing in her life – a sense of community. We were fortunate to hire her […]
Sampling: October 30, 4:30-6:30pm. This Freaky Freekeh and Red Kuri Squash Salad is packed full of autumn colors, powerful nutrients, and delicious flavor. Try it as an accompaniment to your dinner, and take the leftovers to work for an easy and satisfying lunch. This recipe is high in protein, fiber, and vitamins to keep you […]
Natasha, our Prepared Foods Assistant Manager, has a special fondness for Bayley Hazen Blue Cheese from the Cellars at Jasper Hill Farm. She says, “Bayley Hazen Blue is one of the richest and creamiest blues I have ever tasted. It’s simply delicious. And, since I have had the great pleasure of touring the Cellars at […]
Micro Mama’s is a line of lacto-fermented vegetable products made in Henniker & Weare, NH that is new to our shelves. All of the products are raw, naturally fermented, 100% organic, locally grown, gluten-free, and vegan. As a solution to the short New England growing season, Micro Mama’s uses all locally grown, organic ingredients when they ARE in season to create delicious, health supporting, nourishing fermented foods which extend the availability of local, organic foods into the non-growing season. Pure brilliance, really! Liven up your gray winter with some Silly Dilly Carrots (they really do taste like dill pickles!), or boost your immune system with some Immune Root Tonic from Micro Mama’s today.