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Producer of the Month: Hardwick Beef PDF Print E-mail

by Jon Megas-Russell

Our drive to visit Hardwick Beef took us along Route 22A in Vermont, a winding road with lush green hills, cattle, gardens, and here and there, houses.

It was quite the beautiful drive, a secret hiding in plain sight, like so many country roads in Vermont. If you drive far enough, it will take you straight to Canada.

Along the way Phil Jr. (Meat and Seafood Manager at BFC) raved about the quality of
Hardwick Beef, the farmers, and how strong his relationship was with Michael, who started Hardwick Beef back in 2005.

Our destination was Maple Ridge Meats, a USDA processing plant for local beef, buffalo, and hogs.

Our travels to share the story of Hardwick Beef also took us to the Gerald Hathaway Farm, owned by Greg and Gerald Hathaway, and to the farms and land of David Mills and Josh Lucas. But first, let’s take you back to the beginning, when it all started.

Shareholder Forum: Your Greater Voice PDF Print E-mail

by Kathy Carr, Barry Aleshnick, and Mike Szostak

 The Shareholder Forum was formed to increase transparency and dialogue in our community Co-op. It has become an integral part of our Co-op structure and a source of positive dialogue,
initiative, and support for the Co-op and its programs.

The Forum seeks to be of greater service to our Co-op and our community, as expressed in our mission statement:

GM Report: A Welcoming Community Marketplace PDF Print E-mail

by Sabine Rhyne

An important “Ends” policy that we strive for is the one that pushes us towards “a welcoming community marketplace.”

We’ve been working very hard at being super-helpful to customers in the aisles and beyond, an important part of being welcoming.

We’ve had good feedback from you about this, so we think our customer engagement program is improving. Thanks for the love!

And in that welcoming vein, we also have worked hard at increasing the affordability of our Co-op through multiple means.

We regularly do our price comparisons with other local markets, and we have worked very hard at our product mix to ensure good value in every category.

For instance, we are preparing to do business with a new conventional grocery distributor, Associated Grocers of New England, a cooperative of member stores like ourselves—along with the Putney Co-op, the Monadnock Co-op, and other independent grocers throughout the northeast.

What's New at the Co-op PDF Print E-mail

What's New at the Co-op?

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