CLOSED for Memorial Day


Gratitude to all those service people that made a sacrifice in honor of their country. Our Co-op will be closed on Memorial Day.



Appetizers give us the opportunity to experiment with new flavors, and in this class, we will cook and sample some luxurious and healthy ways to prepare dinner — tapas style. Then we can all sample some of our creations with sparkling cider to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Bring a date, a bestie, or your favorite relative to this fun and foodie-fabulous evening. Brattleboro Food Co-op Cooking Classroom, Canal St. entrance.  Free, but MUST be reserved 24+ hours in advance. Space is limited.  802-246-2821 or

New Year’s Celebration Samplings at the Brattleboro Food Co-op


Join us at the Seafood Counter for a rare treat with Ducktrap River of Maine! Sample their amazing smoked seafood and take some home for your New Year’s Eve Celebration. And at Cheese Island, taste decadent blues and triple creams for NYE 2019 cheese platter inspirations.  At the Brattleboro Co-op Seafood Counter, Thursday, December 27th, 12-3pm

Free Tasting: Cozy Jar Soup


MOVED TO WEDNESDAY THE 5th, 4 – 6 p.m.  Warm up with the “Cozy Jar” 32-Bean Soup, made with our own BFC sausage at the Brattleboro Co-op Demo Counter.

Christmas Tree Sale and Food Drive

christmas tree on car

On December 1st from 10am – 5pm, for every Christmas tree we sell we will donate $15 to the .  The trees are grown by family-owned in Springfield, VT.  Not interested in buying a tree?  Stop in and donate non-perishable food to the Groundworks Collaborative and the Project Feed the Thousands campaign.

Free Kids Holiday Pie-Making


In this special Thanksgiving week class, kids will learn how to make basic pie dough and then use it to bake apple or pumpkin pies to share with their family and friends. Everyone will leave with 2 mini pies and recipes. In the Brattleboro Food Co-op Cooking Classroom, Canal St. entrance, Monday, November 19, 1-2:30pm.  This class is free for all, but you must register: 802-246-2821 or


On Saturday, July 7th, our Brattleboro Food Co-op will join co-ops around the world in celebrating International Co-ops Day, joining the United Nations (UN) and the International Co-operative Alliance in a commemoration held annually since 1923.  This year, at a time of dramatic change in the political and environmental climates and local economies, co-ops and credit unions are highlighting how their businesses offer a solution by contributing to more sustainable local communities.

Closed Sunday


Have a nice holiday – whether it’s an Easter dinner or a Passover seder, enjoy!