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Truckload Sale PDF Print E-mail

It's here again!

The BFC Truckload Sale

Saturday and Sunday

October 17th and 18th

Big savings on every day food items for your family!

Buy a case, stock up for the winter and save big!

Bulk grains, pasta, laundry detergent, cheese, turkey, shrimp, organic carrots, kombucha, toothpaste and much more!  

Pre-order forms will be in store and online soon! 

(That's right! You can pre-order your cases and have them waiting for you!)

Familiar Faces in New Places PDF Print E-mail

By Sabine Rhyne

October 2015

Meet the new Marketing and Community Relations Manager and the new BFC Education and Outreach team!

     It is my pleasure to introduce our new Marketing and Community Relations Manager to you along with our new Education and Outreach team!

Producer of the Month 
Spring Brook Farm Cheese PDF Print E-mail

By Christine Holderness

October 2015

Two boys with shovels in the Farms for City Kids programIn 1992 Karli and James Hagedorn created the Spring Brook Farm Foundation (later changed to the Farms for City Kids Foundation) and bought 1,000 acres of preserved architectural land in Reading, VT.
On the farm they began a licensed independent school, Farms for City Kids, whose mission is to bring urban youth to Vermont for (free) weeklong residential experiential learning experiences.

“We believed that the farm was a great natural classroom in which to teach not only the obvious subjects demanded by the children’s

From the GM: "In Co-Operation" PDF Print E-mail

Sabine RHYNEBy Sabine Rhyne

     Every year, we celebrate Co-op month in October. We put up little Go Co-op shelf talkers provided by the Neighboring Food Co-op Association to invite you to check out the products in our store that are made either by producer co-ops throughout the world or worker-owned coops both near and far. It may seem like a small thing, and, after all, many other things compete for your

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