July 1st marks the start of a new fiscal year for our Co-op (Happy New Year). Together, we accomplished so much. Some highlights include: Reaching 12.7 Million in sales Surpassing $5 million in local sales — supporting more local farms and farm families Installing our Freeaire energy conservation system and LED lighting, reducing our energy […]
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Last month, Monadnock Food Co-op shoppers collectively donated $6,502.74 to the Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention (MCVP) based in Keene. We collected these donations during our month-long “Round It Up” donation drive in June. We thank you all for rounding up your purchases to donate your change to MCVP. The Co-op’s Round It Up program […]
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We are incredibly grateful for your participation in our spring shopper survey. The feedback helps us make improvements and better meet your needs, just as the last survey led us to make improvements in our produce department, expand our ready-to-go offerings and reduce our prices. Our Co-op’s shopper satisfaction improved significantly since our last survey […]
In 2008, five years before the Monadnock Food Co-op opened, founding Member-Owners of our Co-op, then known as Monadnock Community Market, developed our Ends, or Mission Statement. The Monadnock Food Co-op is cooperatively owned and operated by people in our community, and exists to meet our community’s need for: • An accessible, community-owned downtown food […]
Truly Spiked & Sparkling—Wild Berry This is great to drink really cold outdoors on a nice summer day. It’s got a light flavor and doesn’t leave you full. It’s lower in carbs than many beers—only 100 calories & one gram of sugar! And the Truly Blueberry Acai flavor is also to die for! —Michaela H. […]
Our Cave to Co-op cheese for July 2018 is ORGANIC SHARP CHEDDAR from Neighborly Farms in Randolph Center, Vermont. Established as an operating dairy farm in the 1920’s, Rob and Linda Dimmick are continuing this tradition of family farming. Nestled in the rolling hills of Randolph Center, Vermont, Neighborly Farms decorates the countryside with its […]
Originally published in the Monadnock Shopper News Parking — it’s an issue that many downtown communities face. To many, the answer lies in increasing the number of parking spaces for cars. Some communities, however, are discovering a better answer: increase parking spaces for bicycles. The Cost of Parking One on-street parking space costs on average […]
Tour at Orchard Hill Breadworks September 22 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Orchard Hill Breadworks, 12 Old Settlers Road, East Alstead View event details and please RSVP.
You already know that the Co-op works hard to compost. We ask you to do it every day in the café and, behind the scenes, we make sure as much of our non-edible pre-consumer food waste goes into our compost bin. But what happens to our compost once it leaves the facility? The Co-op’s Green […]