Finding the right General Manager is a decision that affects the Co-op, employees, members, and all those we do business with. Because this important choice affects so much, the Board does not operate in isolation when looking for a new General Manager.
Cutting and washing a leek is easier than you think!
Voluntary recall of Mary’s Gone Crackers gluten-free certified Lightly Salted Thins
U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish, like Heartland Catfish, is the freshest, healthiest catfish available. The fish are raised in freshwater ponds with closed systems that have little impact on the environment. The National Audubon Society, Monterey Bay Aquarium, and Environmental Defense all recommend U.S. Farm-Raised Catfish as a safe environmental choice.
A fun and healthy way for kids to cook.
Cold Weather Cripples Cauliflower Supplies Nationwide
Food co-ops nationwide have joined together for buying power so we can lower the prices on healthy, organic, and natural foods and pass the savings on to you.
Check out the new line of awesome earth-friendly cleaning products in our Lebanon store. Learn more about why we’re so impressed and think you will be, too.
“The whole idea of cooperation is something that my country, Bulgaria, needs to start doing to help us solve problems in the economy.”
Product: Mineral Fusion liquid foundation Reason: Mineral Fusion is voluntarily removing all…
Co-op members and shoppers are a conscientious lot. Our shoppers were making the switch to reusable grocery bags many years ago now, long before the idea caught on en masse.
The difficulty with the plastic versus paper debate is that it is overwhelmingly complex.
A European conglomerate adds a Vermont business to its global coffee empire.
The rejection of GE salmon is part of a growing trend of food companies distancing themselves from GE foods.
Add fresh local cranberries to your Thanksgiving meal. We have delicious loose berries from our friends at Vermont Cranberry Company. Enjoy!
The image propagated in schools and media of the “First Thanksgiving” is certainly an idealized one.
The recent news about red meat and processed meats and cancer is not really news at all. Cancer research organizations have been reporting on the wisdom of decreasing these meats in the diet for many years.
This article is part of a series of detailing the science-based approach to healthfully nourishing ourselves known as Intuitive Eating and the sensible approach to good health described by: Health at Every Size.