Vermont Country Store Fights Hunger with $20,000 and a Challenge

The Vermont Country Store has committed $10,000 to the Vermont Foodbank to support the Co-op Buying Program that will help local food shelves get through the bleak winter months. The Vermont Foodbank has identified 10 food shelves in southern Vermont to participate, which are experiencing exploding demand and a shortage of resources at the same […]
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The Bountiful Year: a Guide to Seasonal Fruits & Vegetables

We found this great fruit and vegetable infographic on Visual News.  Grocery shopping with the seasons can ensure fresher meals, but also less expensive grocery bills.  This month, the in-season vegetables are bok choy, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, watercress, kale, parsnip and turnips.  The fruits available – from lands warmer than Vermont – include avocado, grapefruit, […]
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Collaborating for Clients, a Post from CEO John Sayles

John Sayles, Vermont Foodbank CEO
You should feel good about the impact you have as a philanthropist — donating, volunteering, and advocating for our Vermont neighbors and their food needs. But the Vermont Foodbank also develops partnerships beyond food that help our neighbors fulfill their desire to contribute to our shared community. An exciting new project called Collaborating for Clients […]
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