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Producer of the Month: Red Hen Baking Co. PDF Print E-mail

by Jon Megas-Russell
April 2016

It all started in the kitchens at Marlboro College 25 years ago when Randy George, founder of Red Hen Baking Company, started experimenting with baking breads. The chef of Marlboro College at the time was very supportive of bread baking and encouraged Randy and friends to exchange ideas and try baking different loaves. Randy even remembers heading off campus to the Brattleboro Food Co-op to buy O Bread and Baldwin Hill, which were quite popular at the time. One of the big things that Randy took away from his time baking at Marlboro College was his passion for naturally leavened breads. To this day Randy believes that this is one of the secrets to the flavor and texture of his bread.

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

What's NEW at the CO-OP

Whoo Knew?
Coconut Sugar
Co-op Basics
In-House Made Veggie Burger

Jamaican Black Castor Oil

GM Report: The Faces of Our Co-op PDF Print E-mail

by Sabine Rhyne, General Manager
April 2016

Every year in March, the GM reports to the board about the Co-op’s relationship with its employees, and for the last couple of years, we have administered a staff survey to measure the staff’s satisfaction with our workplace. This year, I elected to administer a full survey to all staff—managers and workers alike—in order to set a baseline for my work going forward. It was a particularly difficult time to do so, as we were simultaneously reorganizing the workforce to better align our organization with the current priorities and position ourselves for the near term. So, in other words, in the midst of our somewhat chaotic transition that impacted almost everyone, we asked them how they were feeling.

Board of Directors Report: Interview with Jerelyn Wilson PDF Print E-mail

by John Hatton
April 2016

You’re on the Co-op’s Board of Directors again, right? How is this different for you, the second time around?

So, yes, I’m on the board for a second time with over a decade in between. The biggest difference is the Co-op’s current circumstances. Rising to the top are two things: the Co-op’s tight finances and second, new leadership with Sabine Rhyne as general manager. If there is a time where change is going to happen – not likely to happen, but going to happen, it’s at the time of a change in leadership. And, in times of tight financial conditions, challenges abound. It’s a good time to be at the table of an organization that I care a lot about. If I think of the organizations that make me proud of our town and really glad to live here, the Co-op is at the top of the list.

We hear that you buy Co-op gift cards and use them to pay for your groceries! Why?

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