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Monday, December 8 – Friday, December 12 We are replacing our 5-door freezer!   There will be unavoidable disruption in the store during this time. We are truly sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you for your patience and understanding! Monday morning our old freezer will be empty. Fish & ice cream will be located near […]

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Call for Submissions

Upper Valley Food Co-op presents Reflections A showcase of expression that reveals our personal ponderings.   The Upper Valley Food Co-op is taking submissions for our latest showcase: Reflections. Upper Valley area artists are invited to submit a piece or collection of pieces that fit within this show’s theme of reflection and hibernation. When we […]

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Cradle-to-cradle: The Elimination of Waste

by Larissa Banwell   It was a chilly day as a few hundred people filled Chase Center to hear about waste management. Each year at the Vermont Law School, the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law holds a day-long symposium and this year’s topic was the elimination of waste, in all its various forms. The day […]

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Vermont Farm to Plate Conference!

Upper Valley Food Co-op represented at last week’s Farm to Plate Network Annual Gathering. We were able to continue to build bridges between folks in the food production and supply roles across the state. It is always amazing to have so many diverse players in the room. Farmers, Distributors, Community Garden Facilitators, Small Businesses, Institutions, […]

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Sundays Will Never Be the Same

Sundays will never be the same. At least here at the Upper Valley Food Coop. For the last four years I have been the Manager on Duty (MOD) that day and Vince Kelly manned the Lane 1 register; up until he became bed ridden with a painful back injury a few short months ago. As […]

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October is Non-GMO Month!

…and Co-op Month! Check out these great companies who strive to give us organic and gmo-free products. Garden of Eatin’ offers a variety of Non-GMO Project verified corn tortilla chips, from Sesame Blue Corn Chips to Pumpkin Chips. With corn as one of the top GMO crops, it’s great to have tasty organic chips. Garden […]

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