Try a sweet, ethical treat this Halloween.
Co-ops come in all shapes and sizes.
What local, sustainable eating boils down to is knowledge and choice.
On a larger level, co-ops around our region are beginning to look at the effect they have on local economies.
Impress your guests with cool, funky co-op posters.
Our Equal Exchange bananas come from progressive, small-scale banana cooperatives in Ecuador and Peru. Check out their inspiring stories below, provided by our friends at Equal Exchange. Learn more at http://www.beyondthepeel.com
Members of the Hanover Co-op, like members of consumer cooperatives since the founding of the Rochdale Society of Equitable Pioneers in 1844, have invested capital for a common community purpose. It is the way that we meet community needs by building local ownership of a part of our food supply.
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.
Coffee farming is complicated and surrounded by a web of influence that pictures and videos can’t describe. Every time I pour a cup of coffee, it inspires me to think about all of the things that had to happen for that beverage to make it to my cup.