Recent City Market News

The ONE Fashion Event: Jan 29th!

Once again, City Market is a proud sponsor of the ONE Fashion Event (ONE = Old North End) to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Burlington!

Networking Luncheons for Vermont Healers

The Vermont Healers Networking Luncheons are free monthly events for service professionals and small business owners to connect and grow their businesses together.

Shopping in the Bulk Department

We know that buying items from the Bulk Dept. saves money and reduces packaging, but has anyone else ever forgotten to label their purchases?

We’ve Hit 6,000 Members!

Your Co-op is now over 6,000 members strong! Last year at this time, we had about 4,600 members. Our current numbers reflect a 30% increase!

New Options in our Meat & Seafood Department

• Maplewind Farm's Local, Pastured Chicken
• Sustainably Harvested Maine Pink Wild Shrimp, from Port Clyde Fresh Catch, a fishing cooperative

Just in time for the Holidays!

Kurt Meyer's Fine Woodworking 8-Point Star Ornaments:
These beautiful, finely-crafted ornaments are made in Massachusetts from wood purchased from a New England Supplier who makes every effort to stock only sustainably-harvested lumber. There are no dyes, stains, or paints used--only the natural colors of the wood.

New in the Wellness Department

Take a look at Your Blue Cake handmade cloth bags and coasters! Made in Vermont, these items are sturdy and perfect as gift totes, lunch bags, transporting craft projects, diaper bags, you name it...
They are so darn cute, too!

New in the Bakery

We’re now carrying Bread & Butter Farm’s breads! We’ve got their 3-Seed Bread and their Farmer’s Bread. In the bakery, Adam Wilson bakes traditional German sourdough breads. He trained in Germany to learn from the masters. All the flour is organic, local, and milled the day before baking.

Eating Well on a Budget: One-on-One Sessions in December

If you would like to schedule a one-on-one tour on Eating Well on a Budget with Caroline Homan, please call 861-9731 or email choman@citymarket.coop

Citrus Season Already? Yay!

Try the new crop of organic Satsuma mandarins in our Produce department right now. Buck Brand Citrus Products are grown in the small town of Terra Bella, California.
Sweet, tangy, seedless, cute, juicy, easy-peelin'--these little gems are nature's candy, folks! So good!

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