From the General Manager, Dec. 3, 2021

Happy December! I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving. The Co-op was absolutely hopping with a record number of turkeys, impressive amounts of potatoes, cranberries and butter, and many, many happy shoppers. It seemed like we were all thankful to be celebrating a favorite holiday.  View our 2021 Impact Report One …

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Food & Fund Drive This holiday season, 1 in 3 Vermonters are experiencing food insecurity. Help provide healthy meals for our neighbors by joining the Co-op in collecting food and funds for the Vermont Foodbank and central Vermont food shelves. Hunger Mountain Co-op and Northfield Savings Bank have each donated …

Comments & Questions from Annual Meeting 2021

Co-op members submitted the following comments and questions in connection to our recent Annual Meeting. The responses are from the Co-op’s General Manager, Kari Bradley. You can also read Kari’s update with an overview of this year’s Meeting and links to additional information. If you have questions or comments, please …

From the General Manager, Nov. 12, 2021

Greetings from the Co-op and thank you to everyone who participated in last week’s Annual Meeting. It was a shame we had to meet online again this year, but it was still a great opportunity to spend some time together, share information about the past year, and celebrate our cooperative …

Local Pies for Thanksgiving

While our prepared foods team does not have the capacity to make pies in-house this year, don’t worry! The Co-op will still have locally made pies to meet your holiday meal needs.   Red Door Bakery, located in Marshfield, Vermont, will deliver to our co-op early in the morning on Monday, Nov. 22, and again on Wednesday, Nov. 24. We will have their 9-inch pies in apple, pumpkin, pecan, strawberry rhubarb, and triple berry. All of Red Door Bakery’s pies are made from scratch with …