Earlier this year, the Co-op turned 80. Woot! Thanks, members, for getting us here.
Meet On Shin. Be happy. Find bliss.
On a larger level, co-ops around our region are beginning to look at the effect they have on local economies.
Little-known fact: the Co-op’s commitment to local goes all the way back to the origins of the Co-op itself.
Long before local was part of the marketing and positioning statements of big-box chain stores, food co-ops were touting the benefits of buying local.
Spotlighting local at the Co-op this summer
We want to say thank you to our members and shoppers for making Pennies for Change a huge success.
Foodborne illness is no picnic. (We had to say it.)
Meet the folks your pennies support.
If you love local non-profits as much as we do, then you’ll love this.
Merchandisers: the superheroes of cooperative food retailing.
Join us April 8 at the Co-op Culinary Learning Center for an evening of pasta, literature, and cooperative education.
“The whole idea of cooperation is something that my country, Bulgaria, needs to start doing to help us solve problems in the economy.”
A European conglomerate adds a Vermont business to its global coffee empire.
Food for All is a new Co-op discount program intended to make healthy food more accessible to everyone in our communities, regardless of income.
They’re smart! They’re funny! They’re chock full of creative energy! And on a cool April day, these go-getting 8th graders once again found themselves at the Co-op for Job Shadow Day—where they taught the old whippersnappers who worked there a thing or two about the collective wisdom of the millennial set.