Retailer of the Week: The Co-op Food Stores of Hanover and Lebanon, New Hampshire

27 Apr

This week Hope For Women is recognizing one of our longest partners and supporters of our Fair Trade and eco-friendly products.

The Co-op Food Stores of Hanover and Lebanon, New Hampshire

 Both stores have a secret to their successful sell-thru and long term commitment to selling Hope For Women’s pressed flowered Portraits of El Salvador and India note cards.  Each store merchandises their Hope For Women cards in their floral department — offering their customers a beautiful hand-crafted one of a kind card to compliment their beautiful fresh bouquet.  We’ve heard it over and over, how many customers have kept and framed their cards long after the aroma of fresh flowers are gone as a special keep sake.  Our cards leave a lasting impression on the giver, the receiver while benefitting our artisans in El Salvador and India.

One of many consumer cooperatives started during the years of the Great Depression, the Hanover Consumer Co-op is now among the oldest in the United States. During nearly 75 years of operation, the products and services offered by the Co-op have changed in response to the changing needs of its members. All of the Co-op’s retail food stores offer an extraordinary selection of products—including natural and organic produce and meats, a complete selection of brand-name and store-label groceries, natural health and body care, wines and cheeses, and a wide variety of local products. Learn more about these great stores using the links below:

If you are in the Upper Valley of New Hampshire, please stop and say hello to the wonderful staff at all the Co-op locations and commend them for their continued commitment to support Fair Trade.

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