Curbside Pickup at Buffalo Mountain Co-op

We moved to curbside pickup on March 20, 2020 in response to the Covid19 pandemic. We believe this service is the safest and best way to serve our community. Know that we are committed to keeping our community fed.
 
How to Order
Email order@bmfc.coop. Please include your full name, phone number, and indicate how you will pay. If you want to use a check, we need the check number to process the order.  Note: We are not taking cash at this time.
 
Call 802-472-6020 or 802-424-6986 and someone will take your order.
 
How it Works
We process orders in the order in which they are received. The days starts with a pile of orders from the end of the previous day and after closing.
Notes: Orders received after 1:00 pm may not be ready until the next business day.
We are not able to add items on to your order after we confirm receiving it.

 
Picking up Orders
We will call when your order is ready. If you arrive before you are called, we cannot guarantee your order is ready. 
If we know when you are arriving, your order will be on the table outside waiting for you.
Otherwise, a staff member will come out and assist you with your order.
Note: Please keep your social distance when picking up an order. Please stand six feet away from the door so we can safely step out to greet you.
 
Hot Tips
Put money on your personal Credit Account (AKA Gift Card) and charge your orders to your account. Cutting out this time-consuming step in our process makes it so we can fill more of your orders! Call us to do this.
 
Let us know when you place your order if you are willing to accept substitute items.
 
We sadly cannot pack orders in previously used reusable bags at this time. We also are not using cardboard boxes.
 
Make sure you pick up all your bags. We are packing dry goods, refrigerated, and frozen items in separate bags. The bright paper attached to your bag indicates how many bags you have in your order.
 
We have gorgeous bread, meat, and produce for you.
Check out our website and social media for current availability. 
 

Our doors are closed, but we will shop for you!

Our doors are closed to the public because we love you!

We want to shop for you. We believe this is the best way to keep our community safe and nourished! We will take your order by email: outreach@bmfc.coop, or by phone: 424-6986 or 472-6020.

Be sure to include your name and member number (if applicable), as well as a phone number so we can contact if need be.

Celebrate Pi Day!

Looking for a delicious, quick breakfast? Try our Hand Pies.
Hand Pies are under $5 and come filled with eggs & cheese with the option of bacon or sausage. These pockets of deliciousness work well with a variety of fillings that showcase the creativity of our kitchen. We currently have one with chevre, arugula, and caramelized onions. There are more varieties in the works.

As with all our cafe products, they are made of mostly organic and local ingredients!

Sister Coop Project Update

Dear friends

As many already know we started reaching out to this coop in Puerto Rico right after hurricane María. I knew this coop because friends had invited to speak about Buffalo Mountain to the Madre Tierra board in 2006. This was an informal talk facilitated by friends that thought it would be a good idea for the coop in PR to hear from a Puerto Rican woman living in VT and working at the coop. I was also already traveling in the summer to study in Puerto Rico and this helped.

Our friends Carlos Lago and Justina Diáz Bisbal from Finca Tintillo were the first ones to host our Vt. work brigade. They are still deeply thankful for the help they receive from the delegation.Justina has often shared and I believe will continue to share how the help came at a very crucial time when the devastation from the hurricane, the lack of electricity and basic needs where a big burden to their morale. Our work clearing the trees that had fallen on their fruit trees allowed them to nourish the remains back to life.

Yes, the fruit trees started to grow new shoots again and Justina reports a bumping crop of fruit which that are bringing to the market they have organized in the Salinas, near their home.

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