103 November - December - 2002

Issue Number: 
103
Issue Months: 
November - December
Issue Year: 
2 002

Issue's Articles

Title Issue Date

On September 28, members of Blooming Prairie Cooperative Warehouse voted approval, by 62 percent of the members and 73 percent of the votes, of a proposal from the board of directors to sell the co

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Fifteen years of pushing for a federal organic law came to fruition on October 21, 2002 when the USDA's Final Rule on Organics went into effect.

103 November - December - 2002 January 7, 2004

Membership is at the heart of cooperation. Cooperative membership is the driving force for an alternative economic system predicated upon user ownership and benefit.

103 November - December - 2002 January 7, 2004

Natural food co-operatives in Eastern Canada are facing many of the same opportunities and problems as their counterparts in the US.

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Press conference at Farm Aid 2002
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Following up the previous edition's report on Frontier Natural Products Co-op, interim CEO Andy Pauley wrote:

103 November - December - 2002 January 7, 2004

One co-op begins and another closes. One door opens and another shuts. The recent fates of retail as well as wholesale food cooperatives reflect common lessons.

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We're pleased and excited to announce that at its October 20 meeting the board of directors of the National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) approved the ac

103 November - December - 2002 January 7, 2004

Kootenay Country Store Cooperative is the heart of Nelson, British Columbia.

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New London, New Hampshire: After 18 years as a privately owned natural foods store, 14 Carrots became a member-owned cooperative on August 1.

103 November - December - 2002 January 7, 2004

Do you sample in your produce department? Not just occasionally, when a customer asks or when you think of it, but on a regular basis? Why not? Too busy? Too busy to increase your sales?

103 November - December - 2002 January 7, 2004