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May 2019 Newsletter

Plan ahead! The Co-op will be closed on Memorial Day — that’s Monday, May 27.

We’ve got a new feature this month: Farmer Hot Takes! Member-owner Christopher Kennedy gives us the skinny on eggs. Ever wondered if there’s a real difference between “cage free” and “free range”? Read on for the answer and to learn about where the Co-op’s eggs come from.

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February 2019 Newsletter

We’ve got a new feature this month: Better Know a Committee. Ever wondered exactly what the different committees do? Sarah Chinn, the chair of our Merchandising Committee, put together an awesome FAQ that explains how products get selected, priced and onto our shelves.

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January 2019 Newsletter

Healthy Resolution Special! Have you made a promise to eat healthier this year? Let us help you! If you join the Co-op as a Lettuce or Avocado member through the end of January, we’ll waive the $25 administrative fee! You won’t only be getting access to local, affordable and sustainable food — you’ll be joining a cooperative community where all member-owners get a say about the food the Co-op carries, in how we operate and so much more. Our cooperative community puts a high value on each member-owner having a say.

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December 2018 Newsletter

It might be cold out, but it’s never too cold for mochi ice cream! In our Product Spotlight check out one of the newest goodies in the store — My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream — and learn all about mochi.

Take advantage of the season’s produce and try this month’s recipe for an easy-yet-addictively-tastykale and pomegranate salad with maple-mustard dressing. You won’t regret it!

In our Co-op Q&A, learn about member-owner, Kelsy Chauvin, a travel writer and photographer who is responsible for many of the beautiful pics in this newsletter. Kelsy wears many hats with the Co-op and goes waaay back, having joined in 2012.

Are you new to the Co-op? The next new member orientation is on Sunday, January 10, 2019, from 12-1 pm at the store (1083 Fulton St. at the corner of Classon Avenue). Get to know our history, how we work, and meet other new member-owners.

The Co-op is on the hunt for a new full-time General Manager for the store. Do you know a community-minded person with the skills to keep the store running smoothly? Send them our way!

With more holidays coming up, there will be some changes to the store schedule. Please note: the Co-op will close at early, at 7 pm, on December 24 and December 31, and will be closed on Christmas Day, December 25. Happy holidays! 

And remember: you can always check the Co-op website or Facebook page for this kind of info and more! Check us out on Instagram, too, for beautiful pictures of new products in the store and more recipe ideas.

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November 2018 Newsletter

Did you know that we have a brand new freezer and also a cheese fridge? What may surprise you is that this is one of the first times we’ve purchased major equipment for the store. So much of the equipment we rely on (fridges and freezers, computers, tables and chairs, shelves, bulk bins and scales) were donated by individuals and local businesses—and by other co-ops! We’re grateful that support from our community and solidarity from other coops makes Greene Hill able to thrive! Gratitude and Thanks-Giving!

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