169 Nov-Dec 2013

Issue Number: 
169
Issue Months: 
November - December
Issue Year: 
2 013

Issue's Articles

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Justice and Just Food Co-op in Northfield, Minn., opened its doors in 2004.

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A few staff members crowded the back of the small room. Latecomers straggled in until most chairs were full.

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Through good, honest practices, direct communication, and working to build lasting relationships, a local program can thrive in any cooperative grocery store.

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In April 2010, the cofounders of WISErg Corporation called PCC Natural Markets (PCC), a Seattle-based natural foods co-op, to introduce their idea for converting food scraps into a new product.

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Bozeman is home to the Community Food Co-op. It’s also home to mountains, cows, and hay fields, and for a large part of the year, winter.

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Every co-op in every community has its unique challenges, and we all choose different paths to both serve our member-owners and go toe-to-toe with the competition.

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The first fair trade farmer-owned certification system, designated by the Small Producer Symbol (SPP, for its Spanish acronym), will arrive this fall on Equal Exchange coffees in food co-ops and na

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On September 2, Food Co-op Initiative (FCI) announced Seed Grants totaling $100,000 awarded to 10 communities across the U.S.

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During a recent national meeting of our 134 member and associate co-ops, National Cooperative Grocers Association (NCGA) unveiled the Co+op Forest—a unique new program that offsets carbon emissions

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Food co-ops have thrived as consumer cooperatives, owned by the people who patronize them, and they have learned to give emphasis to the ownership part of that structure.

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