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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: June 2017 Cawston Press Sparkling Drinks — Rhubarb! We try not to indulge in too much soda but […]

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Round Up in June to Grow Local Farms

During June, you can round up the change from your purchases to benefit the Monadnock Food Co-op Farm Fund; created through a partnership with the Cheshire County Conservation District to support local farmers in increasing sustainable food production and wholesale sales to contribute to a thriving local farm economy. Typically co-op customers contribute between $4000 […]

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Staff Picks! June 2017

June 2017 Minneola Tangelo These are by far the best citrus fruits I’ve had all season—sweet and refreshing with a tiny tang. The skins peel easy and there are no seeds making them a super convenient and healthy snack for anytime or anywhere. Try one—you won’t be disappointed! —Michael F. All Terrain Poison Ivy/Oak Spray […]

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One Way to Serve

This is the time of year when your Co-op Board of Directors starts looking towards the Fall and preparing for the election of three new board members. Active participation of member-owners is vital to our co-op’s success and future growth. Serving on the board is one way to contribute. Our Nominating Committee is working to […]

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The Monadnock Food Co-op Goes to Washington

Unexpected opportunities often arise out of less than ideal situations; climate change is a perfect example.  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 imagine a world that better serves everyone and […]

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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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