Hotdish Episode 12: Kevin from CRWP talks about the Downstream Environmental Film Festival and Gordon Discusses Wine & Chocolate Pairings

February 9, 2018

Hello and welcome to Hotdish: The Just Food Co-op podcast. I’m Vicki, your host and I am very excited to bring you the latests news from your growing Community Co-op.

The purpose of this podcast is to keep the conversation going beyond the walls of our building. Just Food Co-op aims to be a meeting place for community and friends, where our stories can be heard and shared. Our goal is to facilitate an open line of communication about your food, where that food comes from, and how it is being used to nourish our town and its members.  

 

Segment 1 -  Kevin from CRWP

CRWP website: http://crwp.net/ 

Downstream Environmental Film Festival https://www.facebook.com/events/555924801428356/

 

Segment 2 - Gordon talks about Chocolate and wine Pairings

 

About the Music: The Music is by a Just Food Co-op Employee - Gordon Hayes

Cantankerous Kitten by Gordon Hayes

Keyboard - Peter Brown

Trombone - Aaron Buchanon

Guitar - Wes Carlson

Drums - Sten Duginski

Saxophone: - Gordon Hayes

Bass - Matt Tessier

Combo 1 Recording Session 4/14/2017

Mixed and Mastered by Gordon Hayes

Under the Direction of Ryan Frane

Recorded in Weber Music Hall by Music at UMD

More from Gordon: https://soundcloud.com/gordon-hayes-486457855/ 

 

For More Information Just Food Co-op is available on our website.

  • Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram, and Pinterest
  • Our theme song is called Cantankerous Kitten and was composed and performed by Gorend Hayes, for more information about Gordon, check the show notes.
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  • If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for the podcast please email them to social@justfood.coop.

Thank you for listening to this  Episode of HotDish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast.

Outro. : We Believe that Just Food is Healthy Food That is Local, Sustainably Produced, and Strengthens Communities.

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Hotdish Episode 11: Learn about Essential Oils from Delanie, and Inspire Your Heart With Art with Jess

January 31, 2018

Welcome Introduction:

Hello and welcome to Hotdish: The Just Food Co-op podcast. I’m Vicki, your host and I am very excited to bring you the latests news from your  Little Local Co-op.

The purpose of this podcast is to keep the conversation going beyond the walls of our building. Just Food Co-op aims to be a meeting place for community and friends, where our stories can be heard and shared. Where there is an open line of communication about your food, where that food comes from, and how it is being used to nourish our town and its members.  

 

 

Segment 1 - Delanie, our Wellness Buyer, and trained Aroma Therapist gives us a primer on the essential oil do's and don'ts. 

 

Segment 2 - Jess, our in house Graphic Designer Inspires our Hearts With Art. 

 

About the Music: The Music is by a Just Food Co-op Employee - Gordon Hayes

Cantankerous Kitten by Gordon Hayes

Keyboard Peter Brown

Trombone - Aaron Buchanon

Guitar - Wes Carlson

Drums - Sten Duginski

Saxophone: - Gordon Hayes

Bass - Matt Tessier

Combo 1 Recording Session 4/14/2017

Mixed and Mastered by Gordon Hayes

Under the Direction of Ryan Frane

Recorded in Weber Music Hall by Music at UMD

More from Gordon: https://soundcloud.com/gordon-hayes-486457855/ 

For More Information about Happenings at Just Food Co-op as well as up-to-date information about your local cooperative grocer you can.

  • Go to our website www.justfood.coop. This is where you’ll find the hotbar menu.
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter & Instagram
  • Look at our favorite recipes and food-related hacks on Pinterest
  • Our Bi-monthly newsletter is available on our website, and physical copies are available in our store.
  • We also have a weekly email newsletter which you can sign up for by simply emailing your name and the email address you would like to use to info@justfood.coop.
  • If you have any questions or comments for the podcast please email them to social@justfood.coop.
  • Also if you have any suggestions for segments or would like to be a guest on the podcast, please email Vicki at social@justfood.coop with your ideas. She would love to hear from you.

 

Thank you for listening to this  Episode of Hotdish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast.

Outro. : We Believe that Just Food is Healthy Food That is Local, Sustainably Produced, and Strengthens Communities.

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Hotdish Episode 10: Jessica, Our Bulk Buyer Demystifies the Bulk Department and Diane, Our Lead Stocker Talks About Staying Active In The Winter

January 16, 2018

Welcome Introduction:

Hello and welcome to Hotdish: The Just Food Co-op podcast. I’m Vicki, your host and I am very excited to bring you the latests news from your  Little Local Co-op.

The purpose of this podcast is to keep the conversation going beyond the walls of our building. Just Food Co-op aims to be a meeting place for community and friends, where our stories can be heard and shared. Where there is an open line of communication about your food, where that food comes from, and how it is being used to nourish our town and its members.  

Segment 1 -  Jessica talks Bulk just in time for our Incredable Bulk Sale.

Segment 2 - Diane Talks Cross Country Skiing and staying active during the winter months. 

About the Music: The Music is by a Just Food Co-op Employee - Gordon Hayes

Cantankerous Kitten by Gordon Hayes

Keyboard Peter Brown

Trombone - Aaron Buchanon

Guitar - Wes Carlson

Drums - Sten Duginski

Saxophone: - Gordon Hayes

Bass - Matt Tessier

Combo 1 Recording Session 4/14/2017

Mixed and Mastered by Gordon Hayes

Under the Direction of Ryan Frane

Recorded in Weber Music Hall by Music at UMD

More from Gordon: https://soundcloud.com/gordon-hayes-486457855/ 

 

For More Information about Happenings at Just Food Co-op as well as up-to-date information about your local cooperative grocer you can.

  • Go to our website www.justfood.coop. This is where you’ll find the hotbar menu.
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter & Instagram
  • Look at our favorite recipes and food-related hacks on Pinterest
  • Our Bi-monthly newsletter is available on our website, and physical copies are available in our store.
  • We also have a weekly email newsletter which you can sign up for by simply emailing your name and the email address you would like to use to info@justfood.coop.
  • If you have any questions or comments for the podcast please email them to social@justfood.coop.
  • Also if you have any suggestions for segments or would like to be a guest on the podcast, please email Vicki at social@justfood.coop with your ideas. She would love to hear from you.

Thank you for listening to this  Episode of HotDish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast.

 

Outro. : We Believe that Just Food is Healthy Food That is Local, Sustainably Produced, and Strengthens Communities.

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Hotdish Episode 9: Kevin Talks About Clinical Depression During the Holidays, And Kathy K Gives Us a Taste for Tai Chi

December 22, 2017

Welcome Introduction:

Hello and welcome to Hotdish: The Just Food Co-op podcast. I’m Vicki, your host and I am very excited to bring you the latests news from your  Little Local Co-op.

The purpose of this podcast is to keep the conversation going beyond the walls of our building. Just Food Co-op aims to be a meeting place for community and friends, where our stories can be heard and shared. Where there is an open line of communication about your food, where that food comes from, and how it is being used to nourish our town and its members.  

 

Segment 1 -  Kevin discusses his personal relationship with Clinical Depression. He encourages us to be conscious of  people who may have a different perspective of the holiday season. He also gives some advice to people who think they may be struggling with Clinical Depression or depression symptoms. He everyone to be kind, be patient, and have empathy for people everyone this holiday season.

 

If you think you may have depression symptoms, here is some information that you may find useful.

 

1 - Please talk to someone. Whether that person is a professional, or a trusted friend, an outside perspective can be important to clarifying, finding help, and beginning to understand depression.

 

2- Be Patient

 

Websites:

https://www.faceitfoundation.org/

http://www.namihelps.org/

https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

 

Facebook Groups:

https://www.facebook.com/faceitfoundation/

https://www.facebook.com/NAMIMinnesota/

 

National Suicide Prevention Hotline:

1-800-273-8255

They also have an online chat service.

https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

 

Also Mentioned in this segment:

Adoptable Cats (and other animals) : http://www.prairiesedgehs.org/

Adoptable Rabbits:  http://mncompanionrabbit.org/

Donate to Companion Rabbit Society: https://www.razoo.com/organization/Mcrs

 

Kevin’s Blog:

Hang Up Your Sock: http://anhedonicheadphones.blogspot.com/2017/12/hang-up-your-sock.html

 

Anhedonic Headphones: Thoughtful Observations On Musical Stylings. http://anhedonicheadphones.blogspot.com/

 

Just Food Co-op’s Facebook Note: Hang Up Your Sock https://www.facebook.com/notes/just-food-co-op/hang-up-your-sock/10155189278927514/

Segment 2 - Kathy K gives us a primer on Tai Chi. Whether you are looking for a new hobby, or a new way to move your body, trying out Tai Chi may be for you. This gentle practice meets you where you’re at and grows as you advance.

Places to find Tai Chi Classes in Northfield:

https://apps.carleton.edu/campus/rec/MindBodySpirit/

http://www.northfieldseniorcenter.org/fitness/fit-classes/

About the Music: The Music is by a Just Food Co-op Employee - Gordon Hayes

Cantankerous Kitten by Gordon Hayes

Keyboard Peter Brown

Trombone - Aaron Buchanon

Guitar - Wes Carlson

Drums - Sten Duginski

Saxophone: - Gordon Hayes

Bass - Matt Tessier

Combo 1 Recording Session 4/14/2017

Mixed and Mastered by Gordon Hayes

Under the Direction of Ryan Frane

Recorded in Weber Music Hall by Music at UMD

More from Gordon: https://soundcloud.com/gordon-hayes-486457855/

 

For More Information about Happenings at Just Food Co-op as well as up-to-date information about your local cooperative grocer you can.

  • Go to our website www.justfood.coop. This is where you’ll find the hotbar menu.
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter & Instagram
  • Look at our favorite recipes and food-related hacks on Pinterest
  • Our Bi-monthly newsletter is available on our website, and physical copies are available in our store.
  • We also have a weekly email newsletter which you can sign up for by simply emailing your name and the email address you would like to use to info@justfood.coop.
  • If you have any questions or comments for the podcast please email them to social@justfood.coop.
  • Also if you have any suggestions for segments or would like to be a guest on the podcast, please email Vicki at social@justfood.coop with your ideas. She would love to hear from you.

 

Thank you for listening to this  Episode of HotDish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast.

Outro. : We Believe that Just Food is Healthy Food That is Local, Sustainably Produced, and Strengthens Communities.

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Hotdish Episode 8: A Beer and Cheese Tasting at Imminent Brewing with Laura and Justin, Also Featuring Rich, The Just Food Meat and Cheese Buyer

December 8, 2017

This is podcast takes place primarily on-site at Imminent Brewing. Laura, Justin, Rich, and I all take turns talking about the beer and cheese we are trying and discussing our favorite hotdish, this month's theme (Pay it Forward), and generally enjoying some local beer, local cheese, and each other's company.

 

December/January ComPost: http://justfood.coop/about/newsletter/

 

Imminent Info: 

http://www.imminentbrewing.com/

https://www.facebook.com/imminentbrewingnfld/

https://www.instagram.com/imminentbrewing/

 

 

Questions:

social@justfood.coop

507-650-0106

Social: Stay up-to date on all Just Food Co-Op Events

Twitter: @JustFoodCoop

Instagram: justfoodcoop

Facebook: Just Food Co-op

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Hotdish Episode 7: Wes Chats About Holiday Recipes and Sherri Talks About How Round-Up Will Have A Greater Impact on the Community in 2018.

November 20, 2017

 

Hello and welcome to Hotish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast. I’m Vicki, your host and I am very excited to bring you the latests news from your community centered co-op.

The purpose of this podcast is to keep the conversation going beyond the walls of our building. Just Food Co-op aims to be a meeting place for community and friends, where our stories can be heard and shared. Where there is an open line of communication about your food, where that food comes from, and how it is being used to nourish our town and its members.  

 

Announcements: Holiday Hours

We will be open normal hours the week of November 19th-25th except November 23rd. On November 23rd we will be closed to allow employees time with their family and friends.

 

Segment 1-  Wes’ Holiday Dinner

 

Interview: Sherri, our GM, talks about Profit for Impact's Sake and your Round-Up dollers having a direct impact on your neighbors. 

 

Cooperative Principal of the Week:

Principle #7: Concern for Community

While focusing on member needs, cooperatives work for the sustainable development of communities through policies and programs accepted by the members.

For More Information about Happenings at Just Food Co-op as well as up-to-date information about your local cooperative grocer you can.

  • Go to our website www.justfood.coop. This is where you’ll find the hotbar menu.
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter & Instagram
  • Look at our favorite recipes and food-related hacks on Pinterest
  • Our Bi-monthly newsletter is available on our website, and physical copies are available in our store.
  • We also have a weekly email newsletter which you can sign up for by simply emailing your name and the email address you would like to use to info@justfood.coop.
  • If you have any questions or comments for the podcast please email them to social@justfood.coop.
  • Also if you have any suggestions for segments or would like to be a guest on the podcast, please email Vicki at social@justfood.coop with your ideas. She would love to hear from you.

 

Thank you for listening to this episode of HotDish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast.

Outro. : Just Food Co-op nourishes a Just, Healthy and Sustainable Community.

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Hotdish Episode 6: Steve Gives us Tips on Creating Catering Orders, Natalie & Cliff of Northfield Curbside Composting Chat About Their Worker Cooperative, & Nancy Talks Turkey & Cheeses

November 8, 2017

Hotdish Episode 6: Steve Gives us Tips on Creating Catering Orders, Natalie & Cliff of Northfield Curbside Composting Chat About Their Worker Cooperative, & Nancy Talks Turkey. Bonus: Learn about Holiday Entertaining Sample Day from its Creator, Nancy.

Hello and welcome to Hotdish: The Just Food Co-op podcast. I’m Vicki, your host and I am very excited to bring you the latests news from the little co-op by the river.

The purpose of this podcast is to keep the conversation going beyond the walls of our building. Just Food Co-op aims to be a warm, welcoming place this autumn - shop here to get all of your family favorites or find some new crowd pleasers.

 

Segment 1 -  Steve, the Deli Assistant tells us his tips for ordering catering.

 

Interview: A chat with Natalie & Cliff of Northfield Curbside Composting.

 

Segment 2 - Turkey talk with Nancy, Meat and Cheese Assistant, & aPreview of a cheese-heavy Holiday Entertaining Sample Day. 

 

Cooperative Principal of the Week:

Principle #6: Cooperation Among Cooperatives

Cooperatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the cooperative movement by working together through local, national, regional and international structures.

 

Happenings/Next Week:

Holiday Sample Day: November 11, 2017

Holiday Entertaining Sample Day: November 18, 2017

Turkey Pick-up Day: November 20, 2017 - 4-6pm, Last day to reserve a Fresh Ferndale Turkey is November 19, 2017

Thanksgiving Day: November 23, 2017 we are closed

Black Friday: November 24, 2017 we are open regular hours 7am-9pm

For More Information about Happenings at Just Food Co-op as well as up-to-date information about your local cooperative grocer you can:

  • Find information on our website www.justfood.coop
  • Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram
  • Our Bi-monthly newsletter, the ComPost is available on our website, and physical copies are available in our store.
  • We also have a weekly email newsletter, sign up by emailing info@justfood.coop.
  • If you have any questions or comments for the podcast please email them to social@justfood.coop.

 

Thank you for listening to this episode of Hotdish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast. Join us next time.

Outro. : Just Food Co-op nourishes a Just, Healthy and Sustainable Community.

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Hotdish Episode 5: Health Literacy Month - A Chat with Gina, the Wellness Manager & An Interview With Julia A New Neuropathic Practitioner In Town

October 24, 2017

Welcome Introduction:

Hello and welcome to Episode 5 of Hotdish: The Just Food Co-op podcast. I’m Vicki, your host, and I am very excited to bring you the latests news from your community at the co-op.

The purpose of this podcast is to keep the conversation going beyond the walls of our building. Just Food Co-op aims to be a meeting place for community and friends, where our stories can be heard and shared. Where there is an open line of communication about your food, where that food comes from, and how it is being used to nourish our town and its members.  

Announcements: There is a Wellness Fair going on on Saturday, October 28th from 10am-1pm featuring various healthcare professionals from around the area. There will be samples, free massages, and chatting with professionals.

Segment 1 - Story: Gina, our Wellness Manager talks to us about the Wellness Fair which she spearheaded.

Segment 2 -  Julia, owner of Fine Fettle and a Naturopathic Practitioner who just moved her office to Bridge Square. She talks about what a Naturopath does, and invites you to come talk to her at the Wellness Fair. http://www.finefettle.store/ 

Cooperative Principal of the Week:

Principle #5: Education, Training, and Information

Cooperatives provide education and training for members, elected representatives, managers and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of their cooperative. Members also inform the general public about the nature and benefits of cooperatives.

Happenings/Next Week:

An Overview of The Upcoming Events in November -

Coffee With the Board - November 4, 10am-12pm

Holiday Sample Day - November 11, 10am-1pm

Holiday Entertaining Sample Day - November 18, 10am-1pm

Turkey Pick-up Day - November 20th sign up sheet is up, sign up before November 19th.

Thanksgiving Day - November 23, Store Closed

Black Friday - November 24, Store Open Normal Hours 7am-9pm

 

For More Information about Happenings at Just Food Co-op as well as up-to-date information about your local cooperative grocer you can.

  • Go to our website www.justfood.coop. This is where you’ll find the hotbar menu.
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter & Instagram
  • Look at our favorite recipes and food-related hacks on Pinterest
  • Our Bi-monthly newsletter is available on our website, and physical copies are available in our store.
  • We also have a weekly email newsletter which you can sign up for by simply emailing your name and the email address you would like to use to info@justfood.coop.
  • If you have any questions or comments for the podcast please email them to social@justfood.coop.
  • Also if you have any suggestions for segments or would like to be a guest on the podcast, please email Vicki at social@justfood.coop with your ideas. She would love to hear from you.

Thank you for listening to this Episode of of HotDish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast. Talk to you next time.

Outro. : Just Food Co-op nourishes a Just, Healthy and Sustainable Community.

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Hotdish Episode 4: Apple Season! A Chat With Our Local Produce Buyer, Leona & Local Orchardist, John Zimmer of Sogn Valley Orchard

October 13, 2017

Hotdish Episode 4: Apple Season! A Chat With Our Local Produce Buyer, Leona & Local Orchardist, John Zimmer of Sogn Valley Orchard

Welcome Introduction:

Hello and welcome to Episode 4 of Hotdish: The Just Food Co-op podcast. I’m Vicki, your host and I am very excited to bring you the latests news from Just Food Co-op the co-op that rocks!

The purpose of this podcast is to keep the conversation going beyond the walls of our building. Just Food Co-op aims to be a meeting place for community and friends, where our stories can be heard and shared. Where there is an open line of communication about your food, where that food comes from, and how it is being used to nourish our town and its members.  

 

 

Interview 1: Leona, Produce Buyer about Apples.

 

Interview 2: John Zimmer, Sogn Valley Orchard.

 

Cooperative Principal of the Week:

Principle #4: Autonomy and Independence

Cooperatives are autonomous, self-help organizations controlled by their members. If the co-op enters into agreements with other organizations or raises capital from external sources, it is done so based on terms that ensure democratic control by the members and maintains the cooperative’s autonomy.  

 

Happenings:

Vegan Food Tasting - October 14th 10am-1pm

Member Appreciation Day - October 17th 7am-9pm 

Annual Meeting - October 17th doors open at 5pm

Wellness Fair - October 28th 10am-1pm

For More Information about Happenings at Just Food Co-op as well as up-to-date information about why our co-op rocks & how we are always leading local.

  • Go to our website www.justfood.coop.
  • We are easy to find on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @justfoodcoop
  • Our Bi-monthly newsletter is available on our website, and physical copies are available in our store.
  • We also have a weekly email newsletter which you can sign up for by emailing your name and the email address you would like to use to info@justfood.coop.
  • This podcast is a community effort. If you have an idea for a segment or would like to suggest an interview, please email social@justfood.coop.

 

Thank you for listening to Episode 4 of HotDish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast. Join us next time when we bring you Episode 5.

Outro. : Just Food Co-op nourishes a Just, Healthy and Sustainable Community.

 

 

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Hotdish Episode 3: A Chat With the Ladies of Cannon Belles Cheese

September 29, 2017

Hotdish Episode 3: A Chat With the Ladies of Cannon Belles Cheese

Welcome Introduction

Hello and welcome to episode 3 of HotDish, the Just Food Co-op podcast. I’m Vicki, your host and I am very excited to bring you the latests news from your member owned, democratically run cooperative grocer.

The purpose of this podcast is to keep the conversation going beyond the walls of our building. Just Food Co-op aims to be a meeting place for community and friends, where our stories can be heard and shared. Where there is an open line of communication about your food, where that food comes from, and how it is being used to nourish our town and its members.  

 

Correction: Simply Voting is managing our election this year and as with all things new, there are sometimes glitches. The letter you receive with your ballot indicates that there is a pre-paid envelope included. This was the plan, but instead, the letters went out with a pre-addressed envelope without the postage paid. Simply Voting acknowledged the error immediately after realizing the issue, took responsibility and are significantly reducing our pricing as a result. If you prefer to vote via the paper ballot, you may of course put a stamp on the envelope if that is convenient, and mail it, or please bring your envelope to the Co-op, where we will place a stamp on your envelope for mailing. Thank you again for your patience and understanding!

 

Announcements: October is coming up and in addition to being “My Co-op Rocks” month, Health Literacy Month, Non-GMO month, Fair Trade Month, The Month of our Annual Meeting, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Bullying Prevention Month, United Way Month, Healthy Lungs Month, The Month of Halloween, The Month Where it Finally Feels like Fall, and Hunger Awareness Month -- It is also the month of our Member Drive. So, at the register, if you are not already a member, our cashiers will be asking you if you would like to become a member. We are offering a reusable bag, a coupon punch card, and a treat if you become a member during a member drive and we aim to add 25 new members during the month of October. So, if you are thinking of joining, October is the perfect time to do it.

 

Music Request: Just Food Co-op is looking for musicians and composers to create the music for Hotdish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast and we are looking to our talented community for interested parties. If you or anyone you know are interested in creating Intro., Outro. music, transition music and sounds, and stingers or any combination thereof please contact Vicki at social@justfood.coop to register your interest.

 

Interview with Cannon Belles about Cheese. 1st Place in the Hispanic and Portuguese Style Cheeses Category at the 2017 American Cheese Society (ACS) Judging & Competition for their Queso Fresco Cheese.

http://cannonbelles.com/blog/ 

 

Cooperative Principal of the Week:

Principle #3: Member's Economic Participation

Members contribute equally to, and democratically control, the capital of the cooperative. This benefits members in proportion to the business they conduct with the cooperative rather than on the capital invested.

Members are asked to pay a membership fee in order to join the co-op. This is usually a one-time investment but it can be spread out into a payment plan. The membership counts as stock in the company, which means you own part of Just Food Co-op from the moment you join.

 

Happenings:

Harvestfest/ Local Food Fair - October 7th

Vegan Food Tasting - October 14th

Annual Meeting - October 17th

 

For More Information about Happenings at Just Food Co-op as well as up-to-date information about your local cooperative grocer you can.

  • Go to our website www.justfood.coop. This is where you’ll find the hotbar menu.
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter & Instagram
  • Look at our favorite recipes and food-related hacks on Pinterest
  • Our Bi-monthly newsletter is available on our website, and physical copies are available in our store.
  • We also have a weekly email newsletter which you can sign up for by simply emailing your name and the email address you would like to use to info@justfood.coop.
  • If you have any questions or comments for the podcast please email them to social@justfood.coop.
  • Also if you have any suggestions for segments or would like to be a guest on the podcast, please
  • email Vicki at social@justfood.coop with your ideas. She would love to hear from you.

 

Thank you for listening to Episode 3 of HotDish, The Just Food Co-op Podcast. Join us on October 13th for Episode 4.

 

Outro. : Just Food Co-op nourishes a Just, Healthy and Sustainable Community.

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