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Preview: Hanover Co-op Earns Top Community Award

Hanover Co-op Earns Top Community Award

'Social responsibility' honor spotlights Co-op's prominent and behind-the-scenes impact

Hanover Co-op Board Selects Next GM

Hanover Co-op Board Selects Next GM

Co-op names first woman to lead its 86-year-old business

Cornucopia Highlights Hanover Co-op's Commitment to Local

Cornucopia Highlights Hanover Co-op's Commitment to Local

Co-op's support for small dairy farms attracts national spotlight.

Hanover Co-op Board Plans Net-Zero Emissions by 2030

Hanover Co-op Board Plans Net-Zero Emissions by 2030

Aggressive timeline aligns with board's long-term vision

Wage Boost Comes Early for Hanover Co-op Employees

Wage Boost Comes Early for Hanover Co-op Employees

Co-op plan offers $15 Minimum Wage Beginning Oct. 3

Hanover Co-op and Willing Hands Earn Award for Hunger Relief Work

Hanover Co-op and Willing Hands Earn Award for Hunger Relief Work

Collaboration also praised for environmental benefits

Hanover Co-op Announces Board Election Results

Hanover Co-op Announces Board Election Results

New directors and officers to be seated May 26

Co-op Round-Up Program Hits $1 Million

Co-op Round-Up Program Hits $1 Million

Customer-donated "pocket change" now hard at work for local nonprofits

Pandemic, Local Food Security Spur Podcast Launch

Pandemic, Local Food Security Spur Podcast Launch

Hanover Co-op series brings local food stories to consumers

Hanover Co-op Adds Insight to 'New York Times' Story

Hanover Co-op Adds Insight to 'New York Times' Story

Small businesses navigate uncertainty on road back from Covid closures

Co-op’s Cathy Moloney Earns National Honor

Co-op’s Cathy Moloney Earns National Honor

Long-time WRJ store manager cited by 'Progressive Grocer' Magazine

Hanover Co-op Announces Curbside Pickup Launch & New Hours

Hanover Co-op Announces Curbside Pickup Launch & New Hours

Co-op Curbside Pilot underway, next phase set for April 9; Changes to store hours also set for 4/9

Hanover Co-op’s 3/20 Update: CHANGE IN HOURS and more

Starting Sunday: Select changes to hours & Special time for essential personnel to shop

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Allan Reetz
Allan Reetz Director of Public and Government Affairs, Hanover Co-op Food Stores
About Hanover Co-op Food Stores

The Hanover Co-op Food Stores—also known as the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society—is owned by more than 24,000 members. The Co-op seeks to build a well-nourished community cultivated through cooperation. From its founding in 1936 by 17 Dartmouth College professors and their spouses, the Hanover Co-op is now one of the oldest and largest of its kind in the United States. In recent years, this business has served more than 5,000 customers a day. For more than 85 years, this cooperative has stood by its founding commitment to buying locally produced food and goods. From locations in New Hampshire and Vermont, this consumer-owned business generates sales of $85 million annually from three grocery stores, a community market, and two auto service centers.

Hanover Co-op Food Stores
Administrative Offices
224 Holiday Drive
White River Junction, VT 05001

Mailing:
P.O. Box 633
Hanover, NH 03755