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LIST: 50 Gift Ideas at the Co-op! PDF Print E-mail

December 2016

  1. Locally Made Cutting Boards
  2. Locally Made Ornaments
  3. Locally Made Wall Hangings
  4. Stocking Stuffers from Relaxus
  5. True Joy Organic Candy Canes
  6. African Fair Trade Baskets All sizes and shapes
  7. Angel Candles
  8. New! Candles by Westborough Wicks
  9. Local Lavender Ornament Sewing Kits from Sweet Roots Gardens
  10. Mini Waxed Grafton Cheddars
  11. Big Picture Farm Goat Milk Caramels
  12. Dancing Deer Gingerbread House Kits
  13. Dancing Deer Holiday Cookie Selections
  14. Paul & Pippa's Biscuits
  15. French Press Coffee Makers
  16. Espresso Makers
  17. Teapots and Tea Infusers in Fun Shapes
  18. Celestial Seasonings Holiday Teas
  19. New! Pacha Soap
  20. Gift Kits from Badger
  21. Gift Kits from Burts Bees
  22. Gift Kits from Cashmere Soap
  23. Fine Wine and Cheese Pairings ideas including Sidehill Farms and Blake Hill Farms spreads
  24. Blanxart Organic Fair Trade Chocolate Bars
  25. Michel Cluizel Chocolate Sardines
  26. Rustichella D' Abruzzo Chocolate Fig Panettone
  27. A Large Variety of Lake Champlain Chocolates
  28. Holiday Chocolate Bars from Theo
  29. Holiday Chocolate Bars from Chocolove
  30. Holiday Chocolate Bars from Endangered Species
  31. Local Holiday Chocolate Bars from Nutty Steph's
  32. Local chocolate bars from Tavernier
  33. Salt Lamps by Evolution Salt Company
  34. R.W. Knudsen Sparkling Juices
  35. Local Jam from Sidehill Farm & Blake Hill
  36. Flasks and Other Glassware Containers by Bormioli
  37. All Your Holiday Baking Needs
  38. Sparkly Socks by Little River Sock Company
  39. Wool Socks by Maggies Organics
  40. Scarves by Wind Sparrow (new!)
  41. Scarves, mittens, hats, socks from US Sherpa
  42. Devine Advent Calendars
  43. Lunar Calendars, Local Cards, Coloring Books
  44. A wide variety of Eggnogs! Local, almond, rice, soy
  45. Locally Made Jams and Jellies
  46. Local Maple Syrup and Honey
  47. Vermont Coffee pre-bagged and bulk/whole bean and ground
  48. Dried fruits pineapple, apple, cranberries, apricots, mangoes and more
  49. Nuts, Nuts and more Nuts Shelled, in the shell
  50. Gift Ideas Galore throughout the store!

 

 
ARTICLE: Rethinking the Holidays PDF Print E-mail

December 2016

 The United States spends $218 billion a year growing, processing, transporting, and disposing of food that is never eaten.

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Holiday Hours PDF Print E-mail

Please note the following holiday hours for December and January:

Saturday, Dec. 24, store closes at 7 pm

Sunday, Dec. 25, store is closed

Saturday, Dec. 31, store closes at 8 pm

Sunday, Jan. 1, store is closed.

 
GM Report: Works in Progress... PDF Print E-mail

November 2016
by Sabine Rhyne

Every October, I finish preparing a report to our Board of Directors on how well we are achieving our Ends, or the intended results of our work. Through various measurements, we evaluate our progress on the highest and most purposeful goals, as identified by our Board of Directors who are elected to speak for you, our shareholders. Last year, for instance, I noted that we had some work to do in achieving more of a “reasonably priced food and products” end.

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Board of Director's Report: Then & Now PDF Print E-mail

November 2016
by Emilie Kornheiser

When I was a kid, we ate homemade whole wheat pizza. We made pesto and canned tomatoes from our garden. My father made jam from the strawberries he grew. We ate arugula, romano, and salty Chinese dried sausages. Every week my mother took me with her grocery shopping. We went to the Asian grocer for produce and to the health food store.

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