Tasty Thursday, February 2016

If you didn’t make it out to this February’s sample event at the Co-op here is what you missed! As you entered the store the produce department was freshly scented with fresh cut citrus. Jay and Che had different varieties of oranges for sample before you made your selections. And if that didn’t get your […]

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New London Jack Frost Dinner, 2016

by Jaimie Jusczyk, Co-op Marketing Specialist The snow was falling on the town green, the bonfires were lit and local restaurants were ready to serve hot and delicious appetizers to eager locals, all for the New London Recreation Departments Jack Frost Dinner as part of their Third Annual Winter Carnival weekend. A sold out event, […]


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Eating Healthy on a Budget

by Dr Madalyn Otto, ND Everybody knows that they should “eat healthy”. The research done on the role of diet in prevention and treatment of a number of the top chronic diseases that plague our country is indisputable. We know we should do it, but why don’t we? There are a number of factors, to […]


Co-op in the Community – January 2016

Co-op in the Community – January 2016 A section of the Concord Food Co-op’s mission is to conduct our affairs according to consumer cooperative principles. One of those principals is concern for community.The Co-op delivers on this objective through outreach; outreach is an activity of providing services to populations who might not otherwise have access […]

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Raise the Beds!

By Stacey Cooper, Co-op Farm Manager I stumbled across an very interesting new method of growing veggie crops, which I have decided to try to incorporate in the gardens here at Shaker Village. The method is inspired by Jean-Martin Fortier, reminiscent of the French Intensive methods used in Europe. The theory goes that by creating […]

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