Preview: New Program Helps Low-Income Car Owners

New Program Helps Low-Income Car Owners

Hanover Co-op, LISTEN target basic auto repairs

Hanover Co-op Takes Stand on "Local"

Hanover Co-op Takes Stand on "Local"

Cooperative stands behind clear boundaries for Northern New England farms and food producers

Here's how to make your voice heard in Concord

Here's how to make your voice heard in Concord

We're hosting a free workshop on how to advocate effectively

Hanover Co-op Plans Phaseout of Plastic Bags at Registers

Hanover Co-op Plans Phaseout of Plastic Bags at Registers

Co-op general manager sets target date of spring 2020

Hanover Co-op’s 2018 Business Results Announced

Hanover Co-op’s 2018 Business Results Announced

Workshop Series for Farmers and Food Producers

Workshop Series for Farmers and Food Producers

Hanover Co-op launches 10-session series aimed at helping farms and food producers

Co-op’s Auto Service Center Expanding to Norwich

Co-op’s Auto Service Center Expanding to Norwich

Growth of business to bring doubling of capacity

EPA Recognizes Hanover Co-op Food Stores with National Award

EPA Recognizes Hanover Co-op Food Stores with National Award

EPA Recognizes Supermarkets Across America for Smart Refrigerant Management

Local Produce at Lower Cost is Welcome News for SNAP Recipients

Local Produce at Lower Cost is Welcome News for SNAP Recipients

New program at Hanover Co-op Food Stores tips the scales with VT/NH buying power

Farm Bill Stirs Local Concern and Action

Farm Bill Stirs Local Concern and Action

Food co-op and Farmers Union pursue Congressional advocacy

Open to All: Community, Cooperation and Democracy

Open to All: Community, Cooperation and Democracy

Believing in human dignity and diversity

Co-op Community News

Co-op Community News

Michael Whitman Earns Co-op’s Allen and Nan King Service Award

The Political Power of Cooperation

The Political Power of Cooperation

An Open Letter to Our Elected Representatives

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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 know 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 has grown to become the oldest and second largest of its kind in the United States. Today, the Co-op serves more than 5,000 customers each day. For more than 83 years, the Co-op has maintained a stated commitment to buying locally produced food. With locations in New Hampshire and Vermont, this cooperative generates sales of more than $75 million annually from its three grocery stores, 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