Brattleboro Food Co-op Board of Directors meeting minutes from the meeting which took place on Monday, December 4, 2023. Directors Present: Calvin Dame [Zoom], Judy Fink, Denise Glover, Anneka Kindler, […]
Meet Shareholders Kathryn Mason and Jimmy Karlan Member since: The 80s! Reasons for Joining: “Why would we not?! It’s community supporting community.” Favorite Department: In general: Fruits & Veggies. In specific: the […]
Effective immediately, all shareholders doing volunteer work are able to report their completed hours digitally at bfc.coop/reporthours.
No more emails, slips of paper, or waiting for someone to submit them on your behalf. Simply fill out the online form and your hours will be confirmed with work-site supervisor(s). Please allow for at least 72 hours for your time to be applied.
Meet shareholder Marilyn Chiarello Member since: 2004 Reason for Joining: To support an organization that’s doing good work and committed to a higher quality of food. Favorite Department: Bulk! About the Shareholder: […]
We are paying out Patronage. You will receive a letter in the mail and/or an email. If we don’t have a valid email or mailing address, the letter will be held at the Customer Service desk.
As a cooperative, we exist to serve our member shareholders and the community. Patronage dividends are a traditional way for co-ops to share profits with their members. We are proud to report that thanks to the loyalty and support of our shareholders we experienced strong financial performance for the fiscal year 2022 (June 2021-June 2022).
Introducing TeamWork Opportunities We are so excited to announce a new opportunity for Shareholders to perform volunteer hours! We came to realize after the Whetstone River Cleanup in September that […]
Each month we focus on identifying a local producer to feature in our monthly newsletter, Food for Thought and in-store. We conduct an in-depth interview, and feature photos, creating an article that reaches over 9,000 shareholders. We invite the producer to the Co-op to show off their wares through a demonstration or a tasting. We promote the producer and event through print materials as well as our website, Facebook, and Instagram advertising. This program is central to our cooperatively owned business.
If you are a shopper dedicated to buying organic and whole foods, committed to supporting our local community, organizations, and family farms, and believe in cooperative ownership, we encourage you to become a shareholder.