EXTRA! EXTRA! The Spring issue of our quarterly newsletter – The Bullsheet – is hot off the press and in the coop! Come pick up your copy at the register and read all about what’s on the minds of the membership. You can also check it out online!
Sheep skyr is a traditional Icelandic-style yogurt made from sheep milk. We welcome back to our shelves this delicious local version from Cate Hill Orchard, protein-rich and full of high-quality fats, made by hand from sheep’s milk in small batches.
Stop in and try a deliciously herbal soda from Still Thyme Botanicals! Loved by kids, Mother Nature approved, herbalist formulated, steeped in tradition.
Welcome new products from Tony’s Chocolonely, big chocolate bars with a big mission. Tony’s mission: “As a chocolate company we lead by example and activate industry, politics and consumers to bring about change. Alone we make slave free chocolate, together we make all chocolate 100% slave free. Not just our chocolate. No. All chocolate worldwide. When there is really no more slavery in the chocolate industry, then we will have achieved our goal.”
The first Sister Coop delegation from Buffalo Mountain is back from their visit to help members of Cooperativa Orgánica Madre Tierra in Puerto Rico, including clearing away downed trees and overgrown brush, planting, and rebuilding. An article and report is coming soon so stay tuned for more information and photos. Read more about the Sister Coop project here.
A Delegation from Buffalo Mountain is traveling to visit our Sister Coop in Puerto Rico, February 28th through March 5th. The delegation will meet with members of the Puerto Rican cooperative community. They will help coop members as best they can in multiple ways including clearing away downed trees, planting and rebuilding after the hurricanes. They will then report back to our community here about what they have learned from their experiences.
Come check out the new arrival in the Herbs section, Foster Farm Botanicals! Foster Farm grows Vermont certified organic medicinal and culinary herbs on 200 acres in north central Vermont. Co-owners Annie Christopher and Peter Backman are also the co-founders of Annie’s Naturals. Browse our selection (located next to the coffee grinder) including herbal powerhouses Calendula blossoms, Tulsi (holy basil), Mugwort leaf, and more!