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.
The law is widely seen as a victory for food companies and a significant setbeck for labeling activists.
You’ll up your nutrition level if you make dressing instead of buying it!
Since lettuce is a great choice for your health, the difference comes down to taste and function.
E. coli outbreak affects General Mills products in more than 20 states.
If enacted, the bill would override Vermont’s labeling law.
Crisp, tasty, and even better for the environment than bacon.
Recall affects popular product nationwide.
We hardly understand the long-term impacts of genetic modifications in any application, yet we are experimenting on the population through our food supply.
More than 10 million pounds of flour recalled in wake of E. coli outbreak.
The board of directors of the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society voted unanimously on June 27, 2016, to hire Edward W. Fox of Montpelier, Vermont, as its next general manager.
We’re big fans of the new law, even if it’s all a buncha hooey.
Foodborne illness is no picnic. (We had to say it.)
Watch, learn, and enjoy.
How are we consuming all that sugar?
Meet the folks your pennies support.
It is my job to wade through the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to nutrition advice.