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Commitments to Community & Staff

A few Saturdays ago, I needed to pick up a specific cereal for a friend’s child and I found myself at a discount grocery across town. I had been there once before to check out the competition when they first opened, and both times the atmosphere felt depressing and unwelcoming. So, I bought the cereal […]

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Sweet & Savory Spins on Seasonal Produce

Tasting Friday, 12/08, 6:00 – 7:30pm This week’s featured produce items are local two root vegetables — beets and white potatoes — plus butternut squash from Picadilly Farms in Winchester, NH, and are all on sale now. These local, nutrient-dense, and colorful foods are packed into our two delicious recipes — Roasted Rosemary Root Vegetables […]

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December Cave to Co-op: St. Albans from Vermont Creamery

Our Cave to Co-op cheese for December 2017 is St. Albans from Vermont Creamery, Websterville, Vermont. A uniquely American take on the French St. Marcellin, St. Albans takes its name from the town of St. Albans, Vermont, and recalls the Creamery’s longstanding partnership with the St. Albans Co-operative Creamery, longtime producers of their high-quality cows’ […]

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What’s just happened with organics?

Recently stories on the Keep the Soil in Organic movement have been happening not only locally but nationally. Don’t worry if you haven’t seen any of the stories, you can do a quick catch up, just check out the links below: • http://coopnews.coop/farmers-consumers-rally-save-organic/ • http://coopnews.coop/whoriskey/ • http://coopnews.coop/should-hydroponic-produce-be-certified-organic/ On Wednesday, November 1, the National Organic Standards […]

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Co-op Exploring Expansion

We are excited to announce that we are exploring a possible opportunity to expand our current store’s footprint. Thanks to your support, our co-op has grown rapidly over the last four years, It’s important that we proactively plan for the future and that includes recognizing our current and future space constraints. Although we don’t know […]

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Yorgo’s Hommus Recall

We regret that all flavors of Yorgo’s Hommus is being recalled by the manufacturer for safety due to possible contaminants. We will honor returns of all Yorgo’s Hommus flavors bought at our co-op in the last 3 weeks if you bring the product in to our store. Please come to the Customer Service Desk or […]

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Staff Picks! November 2107

Joe’s Kitchen Soup—Split Pea & Ham This organic soup made in Manchester, VT is flavorful and hearty and just perfect for cold days. It’s easy, hot and ready to eat from the hot bar. Grab a housemade ciabatta roll to go with it and you have the best lunch 😀 —Hannah C. Humm Kombucha—Pommegranate-Lemonade I’ve […]

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Member-Owners Have Impact!

Thank you to over 170 member-owners, board members and staff who came to our Annual Meeting in October. The meeting’s theme was “Community & Connection.” Attendees networked with friends, old and new, while enjoying hors d’oeuvres prepared by the co-op staff. During the first hour of the meeting, we hosted a member-owner engagement activity with […]

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Fall In Love with Apples & Squash

Tasting Friday, 11/10, 6:00 – 7:30pm Join us on Friday, November 10, to taste test homemade apple chips & acorn squash soup. We utilized sale produce from the Monadnock Food Co-op. This weeks featured produce is local apples and local organic acorn squash! Apple totes from Alyson’s Orchard in Walpole, NH are 99¢/lb. Acorn squash […]

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November Cave to Co-op: REVERIE, Parish Hill Creamery, Westminster, VT

Our Cave to Co-op cheese for November 2017 is Reverie from Parish Hill Creamery, Westminster, Vermont. Parish Hill Creamery is a family endeavor drawing on Peter Dixon’s 35 years of cheesemaking and consulting experience. With his wife Rachel Schaal and sister-in-law Alex, as well as the apprentices and children, Peter is orchestrating the fermentation and […]

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