The Co-op Difference: Community Grants

Photo: FEAST Farm Hunger Mountain Co-op’s purpose remains deeply rooted in our belief that access to good food helps to create sustainable local food systems and vibrant, healthy communities. It’s one of the reasons why our member-owned food cooperative is so much more than just a grocery store.   Another powerful …

Employee Appreciation Day

Today is Employee Appreciation Day at the Co-op, so I hope you will join in thanking our folks for all they do to serve the community. Over the past year, Co-op employees have worked through a variety of significant challenges, including labor shortages, supply disruptions, and several disrespectful customers, all …

From the General Manager, Feb. 18, 2022

Greetings from the Co-op! We are excited to announce that this week our co-op purchased two solar arrays that will offset most of the electricity that we use to operate our facility. The arrays are six years old and located in Addison County within Green Mountain Power’s grid. We purchased …

From the General Manager, Jan. 22, 2022

Greetings from the Co-op. Like so many across our community and country, the Co-op is being impacted by COVID-19 in new ways this month. So far, we have had seven employees report testing positive since the start of the omicron wave. I am grateful to hear that everyone is stable …

Neighbors Helping Neighbors – Results are in!

We are excited to share that in November and December, our co-op community raised $18,484.25 and collected nearly 1,700 pounds of donated food for the Vermont Foodbank! We are incredibly grateful to everyone who participated in this cooperative effort. A special thank you to our community partners Northfield Savings Bank, …