Co-op Taste of Tradition Holiday Parties Dec 1-3.
Empowering women through the power of co-ops and fair trade
Our Annual Meeting this year will be part business meeting and part birthday party. On April 6, 80 years ago, our Co-op officially adopted its first set of bylaws. As we celebrate eight decades in business, we’ll be focusing on Our Vibrant Co-op – Farmer Partnership.
There are also clear benefits for members in using their Co-op number for purchases.
March is Banana Month at the Co-op! Want the best bananas in the business? Look for the ones with the red-and-white Equal Exchange sticker on the peel.
Yearly meeting of Co-op growers and staff continues to influence the industry.
Part of the job of the Board of Directors is to make sure that members are well-informed about the nature of the Co-op and that members understand the industry of which the Co-op is a part. We do this in a number of ways,
In stores now—new cooperatively produced dried mango! Through a unique partnership with Equal Exchange, the Co-op is building cooperative supply chains with mango processors in one of the poorest nations in Africa.
We’ve had trouble getting Applegate products. We’ll be switching to other high-quality products to ensure our customers get the product availability they deserve.
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.
Cold Weather Cripples Cauliflower Supplies Nationwide
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.