Local & Regional Products List

**Updated 5/20/22. Product Availability Varies by Location**

Latest Update

We continue to welcome seasonal produce back to our stores thanks to warming temperatures. This week we’ve added bunched organic tatsoi from Root 5 Farm in Fairlee, VT, to our Hanover & Lebanon stores.

Tatsoi is in the same family as mustard greens and Brussels sprouts, the brassica family. The leaves of these spoon shaped greens tend to have a buttery texture and slightly sweet flavor, and it can be used anywhere you’d use spinach!

Outdoors we’re starting to see things really take off! Boxed, field grown pansies from Jenny Wright are done for the season, and we’re looking forward to local, fresh cut flowers later in June. Until the cut flowers are ready, we’ve got some gorgeous annual flower plants & starts to help it feel like summer, as well as veggie plants & starts for your garden.

Arriving just in time to plant in the ground, annual flowers from Piermont Plant Pantry in Piermont, NH, including varieties like zinnia, snapdragon and marigold, will take to your garden to the next level, and their veggie plants and starts are sure to please all the way through to harvest!

New This Week

  • Organic cilantro from Pete’s Greens available in the Hanover store
  • Organic bunched tatsoi from Root 5 Farm
  • Annual flowers, dahlias, veggie plants & starts and summer window boxes from Piermont Plant Pantry

Done For the Season

  • Boxed field grown pansies from Jenny Wright

Watch For

  • Organic parsley from Pete’s Greens expected to arrive Saturday in Hanover
  • Organic cilantro & dill from Root 5 Farm expected to arrive Saturday in Hanover



Complete List of Current Local Floral and Produce

Floral

FOUR SPRINGS FARM
South Royalton, Vermont
Pansies

HONEY FIELD FARM
Norwich, Vermont
4” & 6" Organic Herb Plants
Organic Herb Starts, 4-pack
Organic Veggie Starts, 4-pack

PIERMONT PLANT PANTRY
Piermont, New Hampshire
12” Combination Planter
Hanging Baskets
Geraniums: Assorted Sizes
Flowering Annuals: Assorted Sizes
Summer Window Boxes
Veggie Starts, 6 pack & 4” pots

TALKING WELL FARM
Post Mills, Vermont
Lilies: Asiatic, Oriental
Tulips


Conventional Produce

CHAMPLAIN ORCHARDS
Shoreham, Vermont
Apples
  Ambrosia, Crimson Crisp, Crimson Topaz, Enterprise, Golden Russet,
  Jonagold, Macoun, McIntosh, Mutsu/Crispin, Pink Lady, Roxbury Russet,
  Shamrock, Suncrisp, Sweet 16
Apple Cider

CHRIS CLARKE, FORAGER
North Walpole, New Hampshire
Fiddlehead Ferns

DUNK'S MUSHROOMS
Danville, New Hampshire
Chestnut Mushrooms
Blue Oyster Mushrooms
Lions Mane Mushrooms
Shiitake Mushrooms

FINALLIE FERMENTS
Bellows Falls, Vermont
Kimchi
Saurkraut: Curry, Dill

GRATEFUL GREENS
Brattleboro, Vermont
Sunflower Greens

LEF FARMS
Loudon, New Hampshire
Greens Blends

MACLENNAN FARM
Windsor, Vermont
Asparagus

OMNIPOTENT HORTICULTURE
Lebanon, New Hampshire
Microgreens: Broccoli, Kohlrabi, Pea, Radish


Organic Produce

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

KILLDEER FARM
Ely, Vermont
Organic Spinach

LAUGHING CHILD FARM
Pawlet, Vermont
Organic Sweet Potatoes: Covington

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

PETE’S GREENS
Craftsbury, Vermont
Organic Clean Baby Beets: Red
Organic Clean Baby Potatoes: Blue, Gold, Mixed
Organic Celery Root
Organic Greens: Red Chard
Organic Easter Egg Radishes: Bunched
Organic Herbs: Cilantro

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

ROOT 5 FARM
Fairlee, Vermont
Organic Baby Arugula
Organic Baby Bok Choy
Organic Red Radishes: Bunched
Organic Scallions
Organic Tatsoi: Bunched
Organic Powerkraut: Lemon Rosemary, Caraway, Kimchi, Sauerkraut, Turmeric


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
9 am-6:30 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
M-F: 6 am-6 pm
Sat:7am-6pm
Sun: Closed

Service Center
–Hanover

51 South Park St.
Hanover, NH 03755
(603) 643-6650
7:30am-4:30pm

Service Center
–Norwich

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

Co-op Kitchen
193 A St.
Wilder, VT 05088
(603) 442-4406
M-F: 6 am-2 pm