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Producer of the Month: Global Village Cuisine PDF Print E-mail

by Sabine Rhyne
January, 2015
It was a cold and icy day outside, but inside the Global Village Cuisine kitchen, the mood was warm and comfortable, bolstered by a congenial group making curried vegetable samosas. “People tell you they want to eat the healthiest food,” Mel Hall smiles, “but the sales tell a different story.” Samosas are their biggest sellers, which is why the crew was busy making 1600 of them the day we stopped in. “Still, we use the best ingredients, fry them in sunflower seed oil, and fry them quickly so they don’t absorb much of the oil,” he explains.

From The GM: Retrospective PDF Print E-mail

by Alex Gyori
January, 2015
In looking back over my three decades at the Brattleboro Food Co-op as a coordinator in the management collective then as general manager, my recollections have run the gamut, from light moments to thought-provoking learning experiences. Over the next several months of Food For Thought articles, I plan to share some of those adventures and learnings with you.

Building a More Sustainable, Co-operative Future—Together PDF Print E-mail

by Ethan Crowell
What if economic success was measured not by market value or much profit generated for investors, but by our ability to provide ourselves with the goods and services we need to live meaningful lives in our communities? What if people around the world saw themselves as the answer to our shared social and economic challenges?
Over the past few years, there has been an exciting dialog around the role of co-operative enterprise in a changing world. In the wake of the global recession, the United Nation declared 2012 the International Year of Co-ops, recognizing the resilience of the co-operative business model in times of economic upheaval.

Board of Directors: BFC 2014 Annual Meeting— A Look Back and A Look Forward PDF Print E-mail

by Bob Crego
January, 2015
While an annual meeting involves looking back to see what was accomplished in the previous 12 months, it’s also about casting a glance into the future to assess the challenges and work that lies ahead.  True to form, the Brattleboro Food Co-op’s 2014 Annual Meeting, held November 6 at All Souls Church in West Brattleboro, was both steeped in history and forward-looking.

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