The Adamant Co-op

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Coop in the News:

May, 2010: Alice Levitt, 7Days food writer, spills the beans...er...filling on what it takes to be a judge for the Blackfly Pie Contest.

March, 2010: The kitchen is licensed for food preparation, thanks to three years of work by countless community members.

Jan, 2009:We rang in the New Year with two upgrades: indoor plumbing, and a credit card machine.

May, 2007:
We've been vlogged: the 2007 Black Fly Festival is featured on the Seven Days video blog, "Stuck in Vermont."

Late Fall, 2006:
After a 10-year dry spell, water has finally reached to Co-op. We hope to celebrate the first flush sometime early in the new year.

Membership:
$15 per year gets you food! fun! discounts! voting rights! and so much more.  Ask for a form at the store or email.

Local Foods:  

Co-op carries a wide variety of Local Food, including "Mostly Local" mixes (the Chocolate Cake and Fudge Brownies are to die for),  Joe Buley's soups, George's "direct from the hens to you" eggs, Eva's Tuesday lunch time specials, and a variety of fabulous desserts from Wise Owl Bakery.

It's uncommonly good!

 

Links:

Black Fly Festival

Adamant Music School

Vermont Alliance of Independant Country Stores

Vermont Preservation Trust

Freeman Foundation

Welcome to the Co-op!    

General store, Post Office and Community Hub in the heart of Adamant since 1935  

Uncommon nourishment for body & soul      

Open daily:  Mon-Fri  8-6    Sat 9:30-3      Sun 10-1

  

 
FRIDAY NIGHT COOKOUTS, 2014
 
Thank you for a great summer cookout season!
More than 50 volunteers helped make these delightful
al fresco dinners happen. 
And oh la la, the people who came and ate!
Until next season, we wish you continued good company
& fabulous food eaten in beautiful surroundings.

  

INTERESTED IN FRESH, LOCAL PRODUCE?  See our weekly Specials page.

 

GOT COMPOST?  In keeping with the new law banning foodstuffs from landfills, the Co-op now has a composter out back—for what doesn't go to George's chickens. If you have vegetable scraps (no meat, no bones), and don't compost, you can put them in the black composter behind the Co-op.