September 28th, 2015

Whether it is homebrew, hard cider, sauerkraut, or kimchi, we have supplies to help with your fermentation projects:

  • containers: glass carboys and food–grade plastic buckets
  • supplies: including stoppers and air locks
  • yeasts in a variety of cultures.

A further way to celebrate the fall harvest, local food, and the pleasure of homemade.


September 11th, 2015

Mid–September is a busy time around here. We’re looking forward to

  • Tunbridge World’s Fair, Thursday, Sept. 17 through Sunday the 20th
  • Member Appreciation Day on Friday, Sept. 18th
  • more fall harvest — mid–season apples, cider, more squashes, beets, last tomatoes before the frost …. enjoy it all!


September 9th, 2015

Tired of throwing away plastic bags? We have a great selection of ones that you can use again and again. Whether it’s wrapping up your sandwich or toting home a sack full of groceries, we have you covered!Bags–2–s Bags–s


September 9th, 2015

We have a great selection of Vermont made cheeses — from Cabot, Grafton, and VT Farmstead cheddars to semi–soft and soft offerings.


September 1st, 2015

Heads up that the Market will be closed on Monday, September 7, for Labor Day.

We’ll keep our regular hours the day before and the day after:

  • Sunday, 9:00–6:00
  • Tuesday, 7:30–7:00.

Enjoy the holiday!


August 25th, 2015

Life goes in cycles, and we’re pleased to say that the Market’s financial picture is looking good.

The Market’s Board has the authority to adjust member and staff benefits, as needed, for the health of the coop. That phrase, “health of the coop,” is important. It gives flexibility to the Board to act in our collective best interest.

Eighteen months ago, the Board voted to reduce the discount for gold–level members while keeping blue–level benefits the same. There were also modest reductions in staff health benefits.

Our good news now: the financial footing of the store feels solid again, so benefits have just been returned to their former levels. Blue–level members continue to receive a 5% discount, as they always have. The gold–level discount has been returned to its original 15%. Staff health benefits have returned to their prior levels as well.

Thanks to everyone who has made this possible.


August 18th, 2015

Wow! Member Appreciation Day rolls ’round again this Friday, August 21.

What is Member Appreciation Day? It happens once a month on the 3rd Friday of the month. Members get a discount on their purchases. Blue members, who have paid $50 for their membership, get a 5% discount; gold members, who have paid $200, get a 10% discount. Membership is a one–time fee/investment in our locally owned and operated cooperative.

If you’ve been considering a Market membership, you can download our membership brochure from the “Member” tab of this website or pick up a paper copy, posted by the registers and at the door, any time you come in the store.


August 12th, 2015


We have the new 2015 Tunbridge World’s Fair poster for sale at the Market. And because the poster artist is Sylvia Spain of the Produce Department, we’re pleased to offer both signed and unsigned copies. Cost is $5, which goes to the Fair committee. Fair dates: September 17–20.


July 29th, 2015

FlowersOur Produce department has lots of products from local farms, including these beautiful bouquets from the Farm at Mill Village in South Royalton. Here’s the current list of local fruits and vegetables:

  • Broccoli and cauliflowerMeg
  • Beets and carrots
  • Snap peas and snow peas
  • Spinach, arugula, and mesclun
  • Celery and scallions
  • Cucumbers, zucchini, and summer squash
  • New potatoes!
  • Blueberries and raspberries!



July 22nd, 2015

MegIt’s the wonderful time of the year when we have all kinds of fresh fruit to choose from: local blueberries and raspberries and peaches and nectarines from Pennsylvania.

Eat them plain; dress them up with cream, yogurt, or creme fraiche; and/or freeze them to enjoy in winter. Blueberries are the easiest of all: just spread them out on a cookie sheet, freeze in to individual “marbles,” and store them in the freezer. They’ll be great in baked goods in winter.



  • Menu for Tuesday, Oct. 6


    • Breakfast Sandwiches
    • Yogurt Parfait
    • Baked Goods Including Gluten Free Options


    • Butternut Squash and Apple

    Hot Meal

    • Salmon Pie


    • Caesar Salad Wrap
    • Spicy Hawaiian Wrap
    • more coming out fresh!

    In the Cooler: Salads

    • Tuna Macaroni Salad
    • Cranberry Walnut Salad

    In the Cooler: Meals to Go


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  • Special Hours

    The Market is closed on the following days:

    New Year’s Day
    Easter Sunday
    Memorial Day
    July 4th
    Labor Day
    Thanksgiving Day + next day Friday
    Christmas Day + next day Dec. 26

    The Market closes at 1pm on the following days:

    Christmas Eve
    New Year’s Eve