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Food Staples, Turkeys, Fixings & Pies PDF Print E-mail

Turkeys & Fixings
Stonewood Farm turkeys from Orwell, VT, are free of hormones and antibiotics and just $3.29 per pound! Stop into the Co-op starting Nov. 20th at noon and get your turkey! 

We will also have turkey drumsticks, thighs, and ground meat! Also, to make your Thanksgiving easier we are making fixings and sides. Starting the Tuesday before Thanksgiving we will have brussel sprouts, roasted local butternut squash, green beans, stuffing, turkey gravy, mashed potatoes and much more. We will even have gluten-free stuffing, vegan gravy, and vegan mashed potatoes. Stop by the deli!

The Saxy Chef from Keene, NH, makes all her pies by hand using Vermont flour, Vermont butter, and local ingredients wherever possible. We always stock them here and will have extras during the holidays at the deli. Grab a blueberry, pumpkin, or apple to fulfill your Thanksgiving and holiday sweet tooth!

Co+op Basics
Have you seen the new purple Co+op Basics logo around the store? If you haven’t, look for it! It’s a logo that signifies everyday low prices on many staple food items such as produce, bulk, pasta, sauces, olive oil, beans, paper products, and more! Since affordability is a top priority for us, this program allows us to offer the Field Day brand at rock-bottom prices. We are working on adding more brands to this program, so the product selection will expand. When you come in the store ask anyone about this program or look for the purple logo!

From the GM: Our Own Harvest Excitement PDF Print E-mail

By Sabine RhyneSabine RHYNE
November 2015

What a difficult September we all had at the Co-op! With the late summer temperatures and humidity spiking well into the month, we found that our refrigeration equipment was struggling mightily to keep on keeping on. So, our refrigeration technicians kept tweaking, only to have the system begin to break down. As temperatures in the coolers were rising, we hurried to put all that we could on deep discount, a one-day Filene’s basement festivity that benefited more than a few lucky shoppers, seen exiting with stacks of frozen pizzas and bags of frozen fruit.

Producer of the Month: High Meadows Farm PDF Print E-mail

By Sabine Rhynepomthing
November 2015

My favorite walk takes me by High Meadows Farm in Putney, where Howard Prussack and his wife Lisa have been farming for 36 years. I’ve noticed lots of activity and investment in the fields, and it seemed like it was high time to check in again with Howard to see what he’s been up to. Back in 1971, he came up from Brooklyn for the summer, and never left. Howard was a member of a farm commune, Nature Farms at the time, one of many who settled in Vermont in the early ‘70s. After the commune’s dissolution, Howard took over the farm and the equipment, and moved down the road to his current land. He went to a workshop up in Poland Springs, ME, and learned of a brand new FHA program supported by President Jimmy Carter for beginning farmers, and he and his organic farm never looked back. He built a greenhouse with a grant from the Department of Energy, and along with his vegetable business, started focusing on bedding plants and herbs, shipping all over New England.

Board of Directors Report: How People Shop Our Co-op PDF Print E-mail

By John Hatton
November 2015

The Co-op’s Board of Directors thought it would be interesting to ask our family & friends how they shop the Co-op—e.g., do they roam the aisles, scanning the sale shelf-talkers, or just stick to their own staple items, always (or never?) going by a shopping list? What do they do? So, we conducted interviews, and got lots of different takes on how people shop our Co-op:
Shop the perimeter of the store for the best meat in town, a good choice of local and organic produce, a good fish selection, and a great cheese section.
I look for the Co-op Deals sign, and if the price is great and it's a product or food I use, then I buy it even if I do not need it at that point.

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