Archive | March, 2017

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Our Co-op Backs Low Carbon USA

At our co-op, we’re aware that climate change, if left unchecked, will have major effects on our community, the availability, quality and cost of the products we sell, and the economy at large. That’s why we’re joining more than 1,000 companies and investors across the United States to encourage the U.S. government to keep intact […]

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Staff Picks! March/April 2017

March 2017 House-made Spring Chicken Salad I know that Spring is just around the corner when I see one of my favorite deli offerings at the prepared foods counter—the Spring Chicken Salad! The chicken is tender and the dressing is light. It’s just perfect for lunch, especially if I add it to a bed of […]

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Put Your Best Fork Forward

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics declared March to be National Nutrition Month, and our co-op wants to take any opportunity available to celebrate eating to grow stronger, more healthy people and families! We deeply value the relationship our co-op has with Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) like Erica Frank, who teaches some of our workshops and […]

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Believe in the Badger: Companies Who Walk the Talk

If you live in the Monadnock Region you’ve undoubtedly heard about the W.S. Badger Company, their infamous founder, Badger Bill, and their unyielding commitment to the triple bottom line: people, planet and profit.  Badger gets a lot of well-deserved press for everything from providing their staff with a free, organic lunch everyday, to allowing new parents to bring their […]

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Delightfully Healthy! The Emerald Isle & Beyond!

Tasting Friday, 3/10, 4:30 -6:30pm Vegan Colcannon with Cabbage & Kale What’s a girl to do when St. Paddy’s day is right around the corner but corned beef and cabbage just doesn’t do it for her? A dish of vegan colcannon may just be the answer to this conundrum. According to the Oxford Companion to […]

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