Vermont June 01, 2017
9 Incredible Supermarkets In Vermont You’ve Probably Never Heard Of But Need To Visit
Buy local. It’s the Vermont mantra. Sure, it’s easy to go into the big superstores and get everything you need on your shopping list, but did you know how easy it is to get fresh food at low prices in these smaller and lesser-known places? Check out these awesome “super” markets in VT to see how wonderful it can be to shop fresh
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life. While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here:
1. Hunger Mountain Co-op - 623 Stone Cutters Way, Montpelier
You'll not only find great selections at this popular co-op. The staff is always willing to share info and answer questions about anything you might be looking for. You'll find a wonderful selection of fresh and fun items here.
2. Dan And Whits - 319 Main Street, Norwich
"If we don't have it, you don't need it" is the motto here. Dan & Whit's stocks up on items requested by customers and while it's more of a general store than a supermarket, there is a great selection of wines, cheeses and some of the best ready made food around.
3. Woodstock Farmers Market - 979 W Woodstock Road, Woodstock
Whether you're looking for fresh greens (and every other color), VT cheeses or an incredible deli, the Woodstock Farmers Market is hard to beat.
4. Brattleboro Food Co-op - 2 Main Street, Brattleboro
For over 40 years the Brattleboro Food Co-op has been providing Southern Vermont with incredible and healthy food selections. The Co-op is community-owned, and has over 6,000 active shareholders. You'll love the quality foods at reasonable prices in this relaxed and friendly environment.
5. Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op - 9 Washington Street, Middlebury
This full service natural foods grocery store and deli has been stocking up on delicious foods since 1976. Whatever your diet needs are, this co-op will have what you're looking for.
6. Putney Food Coop - 8 Carol Brown Way, Putney
The Putney Food Coop simply loves good food! They are open 7 days a week so stop in for coffee, lunch or perhaps you're looking to stock up on groceries and great local produce, cheeses and meats. They sure have a great selection and then round out your shopping list with their vast offering of beer and wine, too.
7. Upper Valley Food Coop - 193 N Main Street, White River Junction
The daily flavors and specials here reflect what's in season and it's all wonderfully delicious. Here you'll find they're as focused on the community as they are with offering fresh foods.
8. City Market Onion River Co-Op - 82 S Winooski Ave., Burlington
You'll find everything on your list in this 16,000 square foot community-owned food cooperative. Over 1,000 different Vermont vendors provide a huge variety of fresh goods. From produce to hot meals, this place is a favorite of most locals.
9. The Farm Store - 143 Main Street, Jeffersonville
If you're looking to to buy local, fresh and fabulous, the Farm Store is the place for you. You'll find friendly service and great selections at Jeffersonville's very own natural, local green grocer.
Pssst! Did you know that one of these places serves the
best grilled cheese sandwiches in all of Vermont?