Author Archive | foodcoop

Hey, Check This Out!

Every month we get a whole array of new products that land on the shelves of the Monadnock Food Co-op. Here’s just few that we think you should check out the next time you’re in the store: May 2017 Superfood + Maple Maca Cashews by Navitas Organics We like these nuts because they’re not super […]

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The Monadnock Food Co-op Goes to Washington

Unexpected opportunities often arise out of less than ideal situations — nothing could be truer than the situation we are facing with climate change.  Climate change offers us a chance to retool, rethink and re-imagine our society and our world.  And while big change can be scary and intimidating, it also presents incredible opportunity to […]

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Wasting Food Wastes Everything

At our co-op we strive to reduce food waste in every way we can. When our Prepared Foods Department makes our kale salads, they take all of the kale stems to the Beverage Bar for juicing. When our Produce Department has fruits and veggies that are perfectly good for eating but not salable for one […]

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Delightfully Healthy! Strawberries & Pizza!?!

Tasting Friday, 5/05, 5:00 -6:30pm Strawberries Imagine yourself wandering through a field of knee high bushes, basket in hand, searching for the small glimmer of red in the wide expanse of green leaves. Ah ha! A strawberry! You pick it and place it in the basket with the other beautifully bright strawberries. The sun is […]

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Cave to Co-op: Hi-Land Chèvre, Franklin, VT

Our Cave to Co-op cheese for May 2017 is Hi-Land Chèvre​ from Hi-Land Farm, Franklin, VT Hi-Land Farm was founded 30 plus years ago in Cornish, NH, by Jean and Gerry Hurlburt.  The Hurlburts bred, showed and sold goats and in 1997 decided to start making chèvre.  Today, grandaughter Heleena and her husband Tanner Abbott have taken […]

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Staff Picks! May 2017

May 2017 Housemade Garlic Rosemary Roasted Chickens So delicious and so easy—all the roasting is done right here so you can have a night off from making dinner. The container is microwavable for reheating at home. But it’s also great cold—I love adding it to a salad. Cage-free Freebird chickens have no antibiotics, just all […]

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