From the General Manager, Sept. 13, 2022

Fifty years ago, Hunger Mountain Co-op was officially incorporated as a cooperative in the State of Vermont. Our history stretches back well before that, including 1960s grassroots efforts based in Plainfield with local folks gaining access to healthy food and other goods not locally available, to the Great Depression when …

Statement in Response to Supreme Court Ruling

To our Co-op Community: We want to express our disappointment and strong disagreement with the Supreme Court’s decision to revoke women’s constitutional right to abortion access. Health care is a human rights issue and access to comprehensive high-quality reproductive health care must be universal. Furthermore, a woman’s right to choose …

From the General Manager, 6/17/22

Happy June! You likely know that Hunger Mountain Cooperative exists to create and sustain a vibrant community of healthy individuals, sustainable local food systems, and thriving cooperative commerce. In addition to our mission statement, we are also guided by our council’s resolution adopted in late 2020 that speaks to our …

Important Masking Update

Last night the CDC moved Washington County into their low community level status based on a significant decline in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations over the past weeks. Following the procedure we shared previously and which was widely supported in our surveys of members and employees, the Co-op adopted a mask-optional policy today. Safety …