Local & Regional Products List

**Updated 5/22/24**
It sure felt like summer this week, just in time for the unofficial start to the season – Memorial Day! And when it comes to celebrations our local growers are ready to help you take your gathering up a notch.

Here are a few simple ways to incorporate local goodies into your cookout:

Green Salads

• Head lettuce — Crossroad Farm
• Organic Mixed Greens — Generation Farm
• Organic Spinach — Killdeer Farm
• Organic Tomatoes — Long Wind Farm
• Organic Japanese salad turnips — Root 5 Farm

On the Grill

• MacLennan Farm asparagus is a quick and easy side!
• Pete’s Greens organic clean baby potatoes are great roasted on the grill!
• Laughing Child Farm organic sweet potatoes are great roasted whole!

Fnish out the Meal

• Champlain Orchards apples are great baked into pies or crumbles!
• Pete’s Greens organic rhubarb can be paired with fresh strawberries for a tart treat!

If you love being in the garden we’ve got you covered as well. There are plenty of veggie starts and plants from Honey Field Farm and Piermont Plant Pantry to help you grow your own food this summer. Check them out on your next visit for the best selection!

New/returning items

  • MacLennan Farm – asparagus
  • Pete’s Greens (organic) – mustard greens, red chard
  • Root 5 Farm (organic) – bunched red radishes, bunched Japanese turnips

Done for the season

  • Pete’s Greens (organic) – Clean Baby Beets
  • Piermont Plant Pantry – viola bowls

Watch out for

  • Root 5 Farm organic arugula expected to return next week!

Complete List of Current Local Floral and Produce

Floral

TALKING WELL FARM
Corinth, Vermont
Asiatic Lily Bouquets
Oriental Lily Bouquets
Cat Grass
Tulip Bunches

HONEY FIELD FARM
Norwich, Vermont Organic
Organic Herb Plants
Organic Herb & Veggie Starts
Perennials

PIERMONT PLANT PANTRY
Piermont, New Hampshire
Geraniums
Hanging Baskets, assorted sizes
Flowering Annuals
Vegetable & Flower Starts


Conventional Produce

CHAMPLAIN ORCHARDS
Shoreham, Vermont
Apples:
Cameo, Gala, Granny Smith, Macoun, Mutsu/Crispin, New Jersey 90,
Northern Spy, Pink Lady, Shizuka, Suncrisp, Sweet 16

CHRIS CLARKE, FORAGER
North Walpole, New Hampshire
Wild Leeks

DUNK'S MUSHROOMS
Danville, New Hampshire
Blue Oyster Mushrooms
Chestnut Mushrooms
Lion’s Mane Mushrooms
Shiitake Mushrooms
Dried Mushrooms: Chestnut, Lion’s Mane, Shiitake,
Wild Blend

FINALLIE FERMENTS
Bellows Falls, Vermont
Kimchi & Black Garlic Kimchi
Saurkraut: Curry, Dill, Heavy Nettle

GRATEFUL GREENS
Brattleboro, Vermont
Sunflower Greens
Pea Shoot Greens

MACLENNAN FARM
Windsor, Vermont
Asparagus

OASIS SPRINGS FARM
Nashua, New Hampshire
Hydroponic Lettuce: Butterhead, Greenleaf, Romaine
Hydroponic Salad Mix

SUNNY BROOK FARM
Sharon, Vermont
Herbs: Chives
Wild Leeks


Organic Produce

GENERATION FARM
Concord, New Hampshire
Organic Baby Spinach
Organic Micro Mix Microgreens
Organic Mixed Greens

KILLDEER FARM
Ely, Vermont
Organic Spinach

LAUGHING CHILD FARM
Pawlet, Vermont
Organic Sweet Potatoes: Beauregard, Covington

LONG WIND FARM
East Thetford, Vermont
Organic Little Guys Tomatoes
Organic Large Red Tomatoes

PETE’S GREENS
Craftsbury, Vermont

Organic Arugula, bagged
Organic Basil, bunches
Organic Clean Line Baby Beets
Organic Clean Line Baby Potatoes: Gold
Organic Daikon
Organic Braising Mix Greens
Organic Chard: Red
Organic Mustard Greens
Organic Potatoes: Gold

RHAPSODY NATURAL FOODS
Cabot, Vermont
Organic Tempeh: Original, Teriyaki

ROOT 5 FARM
Fairlee, Vt.
Organic Herbs: Chives
Organic Red Radishes
Organic Japanese Turnips
Organic Powerkraut: Lemon Rosemary, Caraway, Kimchi, Sauerkraut, Turmeric

NOTE: Product Availability Varies by Location.


What Local Means to Us

Long before "local" was incorporated into the positioning statement of every giant discount megastore, it was a cornerstone to the work of food cooperatives.

Like the organic and green movements, the local movement had an early champion in food co-ops, who for decades have been touting the need to preserve networks of small family farms and independent food producers.

Hanover Store
45 South Park St.
Hanover, NH 03755
(603) 643-2667
8 am-7 pm

Lebanon Store
12 Centerra Pkwy
Lebanon, NH 03766
(603) 643-4889
7 am-9 pm

WRJ Store
209 Maple St.
WRJ, VT 05001
(802) 295-3400
7 am-8 pm

Co-op Market
43 Lyme Road
Hanover, NH 03755
(603) 643-2725
Mon-Sat:
6 am-6 pm

Sun: Closed

Service Center
–Hanover

51 South Park St.
Hanover, NH 03755
(603) 643-0519
M-F: 7:30 am-4:30 pm

Service Center
–Norwich

63 US 5 South
Norwich, VT 05055
(802) 526-9103
M-F: 7:30 am-4:30 pm

Co-op Catering
(603) 442-4406
Co-op Kitchen
(802) 295-3878
193 A St.
Wilder, VT 05088