Recent City Market News

Co-op Holiday Hours

This year's holiday hours are as follows:

Saturday, December 24: 7AM - 7PM
Sunday, December 25: CLOSED
Monday, December 26: 7AM - 11PM

Saturday, December 31: 7AM - 10PM
Sunday, January 1: 9AM - 9PM

All other days we will be open our regular hours from 7AM - 11PM. Happy Holidays and thanks for shopping at the Co-op!

Notice of Product Recall

Rising Moon Organics has issued a voluntary recall for one code date of mislabeled frozen Mediterranean Garlic & Herb Ravioli due to an unlabeled Soy Allergen.

Product Info:
Rising Moon Organics Mediterranean Garlic and Herb Ravioli
(UPC# 7-85030-55559-0)
Only product dated "Sell By APR 05 2012" is affected.
Reason: Undeclared Soy allergen due to mislabeling.

We have pulled all affected product from our shelves. If you have purchased this product from City Market, anyone in the household with soy allergies should not consume this product. If you wish to receive a refund on this product, please return it to City Market.

From Farm to Freezer - Frozen Fruits and Vegetables from Near-By Farms!

They’re here!

New frozen green beans, broccoli, and sweet corn grown by family farms in New England, New York and Quebec on our shelves.

Unique Gift Ideas for the Holidays

From Vermont maple syrup to Fair Trade hats and mittens, you'll find a number of fun gifts throughout our aisles. To help you get started, we put together our list of 2011 Holiday Gift Ideas.

Plus! You can now order Gift Cards for friends and family online!

A Great Selection of Meats for the Holidays

We offer a great variety of meats to choose from for your holiday gatherings, including many local, all natural options. Some items have ordering deadlines; please ask our staff in the Meat & Seafood Department for details. Stop by during your next visit or call 861-9705.

A Season for Introspection

By Clem Nilan, General Manager

The winter holidays are a special time to connect with those we love. The shortening days and longer nights make this an introspective season - a great time to enjoy a good book, to try out a new comfort food, and to be thoughtful. It's an especially appropriate time to remember those in our community who go through each day in hunger and need.

Produce Department Gets an Upgrade

New Produce Cooler

We're sending a big thank-you to our customers this week for their patience as we made a few improvements to the Produce Department. We installed three brand new coolers for vegetables, herbs, and tofu. The layout in Produce has remained the same, but we think the taller coolers will make it easier to find what you're looking for. They're also significantly more energy efficient than our previous cases, which will help us lower our energy costs and further shrink our carbon footprint.

Leave Room for Pie!

Round out your T-day meal with a perfect pie from one of our local bakeries! Starting this Friday, Champlain Orchards 9" apple pies are on sale for $10.99! We'll have plenty of pumpkin pies from Red Door and Vermont Gluten-Free, too. And don't forget about toppings! We're well stocked with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream.

Take the 3SquaresVT Challenge

Please Join Hunger Free Vermont & Take the 3SquaresVT Challenge this November
 

Learn first-hand what it is like to try to make ends meet on a limited food budget!
 
WHEN: November 13 – 19 as part of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
 
WHERE: In your community, grocery store, and kitchen

Food Insecurity Across Generations

Faye Conte, 3SquaresVT Advocate, Hunger Free Vermont

As fall turns to winter and Thanksgiving approaches, families and friends gather to share meals and celebrate. Amidst this celebration, hunger continues to rise in Vermont, and many populations are vulnerable to its effects. Nearly 14% of all Vermont households are food insecure and older Vermonters, age 60 or more, are a rapidly growing portion of this population. Senior hunger has risen nearly 70% in the last ten years. At a time in life when good nutrition is critical to maintain health and independence, many seniors living on fixed incomes are unable to afford fresh, healthy foods. 

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