Green Up Day is this Saturday, May 30th, 2020.
YES, we have FRESH Fish and Seafood TODAY!
All of these fresh fish and seafood are ready for you today; wrapped and ready in the meat/seafood aisle (and available through ).
BRATTLEBORO FOOD CO-OP BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Co-op Statement on Local Meat Availability
Brattleboro Food Co-op Board of Directors
In Our Floral Department
Due to the current situation related to COVID-19, we have temporarily suspended our Bag a Bean, Demos/Tasting and Community Events through May. We hope to resume these programs in June.
I had to do my research for this month’s Producer of the Month, Badger Balm, at a distance, but the power of this company to inspire and connect came through nonetheless. I had a great phone conversation with Bill Whyte, Badger’s founder; received eloquent answers from other members of the family leadership team via email; and found a treasure trove of information and inspiration on the Badger Balm website—I daresay Badger is the perfect Producer of the Month to feature during a global pandemic. I’ve learned that this local company, based in Gilsum, NH, is helping lead the way internationally towards a better, kinder economy, one that gives back to the earth, builds connections and cooperation, and redefines success for the 21st century.
As I write this, I have not left my home in over three weeks. Hopefully, the shelter-at-home order will be lifted soon and we will all be emerging from our homes, coming together once more in a bright and beautiful springtime.
You have no doubt heard a lot about the “essential workers,” which include your crew of Brattleboro Food Co-op staff, managers and workers alike, working hard to bring you food in a safer manner.