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Littleton Food Co-op
That's Rad • The Podcast of the Littleton Food Co-op, Littleton's 100% Community-owned Grocer. Directed and hosted by Anastasia Maher. Produced by Jessy Smith & Annie Stuart is the Executive Producer.
Nov 17, 2022
FBOTD Minisode II: What's the Vibe?
It’s another minisode episode! And this time it’s a solo episode! That’s right, it’s just our host Anastasia, her fun beverage choice of the day, and a microphone. On this mini episode, Anastasia covers choices for a signature fall beverage, what to do when facing “drink judgment” from others, and a review of a drink from beverage company Vybes. If you thought that the word “vibes” was out of style, you will certainly feel that even more so after hearing this episode. But listen anyways! Please. The Littleton Food Co-op is your one stop shop for all of your fall essentials, including your fun beverages! We are packed to the brim with local produce, meats, cheeses, craft beer, and of course beverages. Plus check out our raved about grab-and-go prepared meals, wide selection of bulk items, and fresh meat and seafood. Swing by 43 Bethlehem Rd off of Exit 41 to see for yourself!
Oct 27, 2022
Episode XVII: The Return of Ed King
October is a big month for the Littleton Food Co-op. So big that we needed two new podcast episodes to fit in everything we wanted to say! On the last episode of That’s Rad (Episode XVI: Equal Exchange), we talked about fair trade and sourcing on a broader, global scale. Now, host Anastasia sits down with Littleton Food Co-op General Manager Ed King to discuss how fair trade and other “specialty sourcing” labels and certifications affect our own co-op. Find out how we choose what goes on the shelves, labels we trust, and Ed’s personal advice for being a “smart shopper.” We know you didn’t know there would be a bonus October episode, but we promise that this one beats all of your expectations. The Littleton Food Co-op is Littleton, NH’s only community owned marketplace, and your premiere destination for all the products with all the labels you want to see. You can find products that are fairly sourced, organically raised, free range, and more, all delivered with great customer service. Find out why everyone’s rushing to the Co-op for local organic produce, fine cheeses, meats, bulk foods, craft beers–the list goes on! In addition to product packaging, many sourcing types such as organic, local, and non-GMO are labeled on the shelves. Plus, look for the new orange “Inclusive Trade” shelf tags to indicate which products have been certified in offering fair wages and labor practices for their producers. Co-op membership is another great way to make changes in your food system, but no membership is required to shop at the Co-op. All are welcome! Stop by in store any day of the week to learn more about membership and see all the store has to offer. Or visit us online at littletoncoop.com.
Oct 13, 2022
Episode XVI: Equal Exchange
October is National Co-op Month and Fair Trade Month, and the latest episode of That’s Rad is here to celebrate both. Host Anastasia is joined for this episode by Danielle Robidoux, Organizer with Equal Exchange and the Citizen-Consumer initiative. Equal Exchange is a pioneer in the modern day fair trade movement, and what you might not know from seeing their bananas, coffee, and chocolate bars is that they’re also a cooperative. Danielle and Anastasia sit down for an honest conversation about the challenges facing the fair trade movement, how cooperative principles influence a global worker cooperative, and what our role as individuals and as cooperatives should be in the fight for a fair economy. This episode is perfect for anyone who wants to think more critically about how their food is made; or if you just want to hear more of Anastasia. Read EE’s article about Covid’s impact on supply chain: https://www.info.equalexchange.coop/articles/corporate-consolidation Join the citizen-consumer initiative: https://shop.equalexchange.coop/pages/join The Littleton Food Co-op is Littleton, NH’s only community owned marketplace, and your premiere destination for all fairly sourced products. Browsing the aisles you’ll find local organic produce, fine cheeses, meats, bulk foods, craft beers, and more. Plus, look for the new orange “Inclusive Trade” shelf tags to indicate which products have been certified in offering fair wages and labor practices for their producers. Co-op membership is another great way to make changes in your food system, but no membership is required to shop at the Co-op. All are welcome! Stop by in store any day of the week to learn more about membership and see all the store has to offer. Or visit us online at littletoncoop.com.
1 hr 3 min
Sep 21, 2022
Episode XXV: Golden Girl Granola
Fall has arrived in the That’s Rad podcast-universe! To kick off the season, host Anastasia is joined by Deborah O’Kelly of Golden Girl Granola in Shirley, MA. They talk about how granola is often branded as a “fall food” (like we’re doing right now), but the truth is that a blend of oats, nuts, berries, and seeds can be so much more than that. You may have thought you reached the pinnacle of granola-ness by using it as a yogurt topping; you would be surely mistaken. Deborah also shares more about Golden Girl’s local sourcing philosophy, the health benefits of granola, and the greatest hiking snack hack that Anastasia can’t stop thinking about. All this and more on the latest and greatest episode of That’s Rad! If you’re looking for fall food and fun the Littleton Food Co-op is the place to be! Local produce, meats, cheeses, bulk foods, craft beers and more await you inside Littleton’s only community-owned market. There’s no better and no friendlier place to pick up that pumpkin/maple/caramel/cinnamon *insert food or drink here.* Conveniently located off Exit 41, the Co-op is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from some of the best hikes, leaf peeping spots, and other classic New England autumn activities. No membership is required, so everyone is welcome to stop in anytime! See ya at the Co-op!
Aug 31, 2022
FBOTD Minisode I: KIS Kombucha
It’s the FBOTD Minisode Miniseries debut! What the heck does that mean? You, my friend, are asking the right questions. We decided to take the ideas of Episode 23 of That’s Rad about fun beverages and expand it into a miniseries! These episodes are going to be a little shorter, and maybe a little less scripted and edited. But never fear! We’re not cutting out any of the learning opportunities, personal stories from guests, or random musings from host Anastasia. For episode one, Anastasia invited Andras Hadik of KIS Kombucha of VT to close out the summer and Eat Local Month. They’re talking about how the company got started (we’re still looking for you mysterious scoby lady!), the health benefits of fermented beverages, and why kombucha is your perfect end of summer FBOTD. The Littleton Food Co-op is your one stop shop for all of your summer essentials, including your fun beverages! We are packed to the brim with local produce, meats, cheeses, craft beer, and of course beverages. Plus check out our raved about grab-and-go prepared meals, wide selection of bulk items, and fresh meat and seafood. Swing by 43 Bethlehem Rd off of Exit 41 to see for yourself!
Aug 18, 2022
Episode XXIV: Eat Local with Meadowstone Farm
Happy Eat Local Month 2022! In honor of this statewide celebration of all things local, host Anastasia brought in the most local-est person she could think of: Sam Brown of Meadowstone Farm (Bethlehem, NH). Aside from being heavily involved in his community, Sam wins the most localest local award because Meadowstone Farm is a mere two mile drive away from the Littleton Food Co-op. Hard to get more local-er than that! In this episode, Anastasia and Sam discuss Meadowstone’s vision of being a center of the community, and how, in turn, it’s the community that makes the work worthwhile. You’ll also get a behind the scenes look at how the farm operates, and an intimate examination of the decision to drop the farm’s “organic” label back in 2008. Local knowledge guaranteed to increase by 3000% after this episode. Don’t believe us? Listen and see for yourself! The Littleton Food Co-op is a proud retailer of Meadowstone Farm, as well as hundreds of other local producers. We have local produce, cheese, meats, bulk foods, honey and sweets, craft beers, and so much more! The Littleton Food Co-op is also locally owned by thousands of people just like you who want to support their community. Interested in becoming a member? Or just want to see what all the local hype is about? You’ll find us right off Exit 41, on the corner of Cottage St and Bethlehem Rd. See ya at the Co-op!
Jul 29, 2022
Episode XXIII: the FBOTD
It’s the episode the girlies have been waiting for– it’s the Fun Beverage of the Day episode! On this episode, host Anastasia and her best friend Emma are introducing you to the most important concept you’re ever going to learn. Listen here to learn about the life-changing habit you’re going to be running to the Littleton Food Co-op to start. The self proclaimed “girlies” talk about what a fun beverage is, why it’s important, and their best picks for the summer. Cheers! The Littleton Food Co-op is your one stop shop for all of your summer essentials, including your fun beverages! We are packed to the brim with local produce, meats, cheeses, craft beer, and of course beverages. Plus check out our raved about grab-and-go prepared meals, wide selection of bulk items, and fresh meat and seafood. Swing by 43 Bethlehem Rd off of Exit 41 to see for yourself!
Jun 23, 2022
Episode XXII: New England Oysters
On this episode, host Anastasia is joined by Oliver Dixon of the Rhode Island based Matunuck Oyster Farm to talk about everything oysters! Oyster farming is basically a year-round process, but oyster consumption increases in the summer by 700% (a completely made up statistic). So there’s no better time to talk about it (also a completely made up statistic–it can and should be talked about during any month). Being from the state with the smallest coastline, we had little knowledge about oysters (other than that they taste yummy!). Anastasia and Oliver discuss how oysters develop, the environmental impacts of oyster farming, and favorite ways to prepare. No matter your oyster experience, there’s something new waiting for you in this episode. The Littleton Food Co-op is your one-stop summer essentials stop! We have a variety of fresh produce, bulk items, meat, deli items, artisan cheese, craft beverages and more, plus a frequently raved about seafood counter. Located conveniently off of Exit 41, we are Littleton’s only 100% community owned grocery store. Stop by today– no membership required! – or visit us online at littletoncoop.com.
May 19, 2022
Episode XX: Who's Number One?
You might not always remember your member number at the Co-op, but Mike Claflin will never forget his. Don’t worry, we didn’t just raffle the number one away while asking everyone else to remember a four or five digit combination. Mike is one of the most recognized and often cited names in the founding of the Co-op, and our host Anastasia had the privilege to sit with him to hear stories from those early days you won’t find anywhere else. The Co-op was originally going to be where? There was going to be a *what* on the property? Who did you first think of to run the store? Listen to the latest episode of That’s Rad to hear the answers to all these questions and more. The Littleton Food Co-op is Littleton NH's first and only community-owned market. Locals and tourists alike will find a wide variety of local vibrant produce, cool craft beer, savory meats and artisan cheeses, bountiful bulk foods and more. No membership is required to shop, but we <3 our members for helping support co-op initiatives like buying local, paying fair wages to employees, and supporting community organizations. Grocery shopping has never been more exciting than here at 43 Bethlehem Rd -- just off of Exit 41 in Littleton!
Apr 21, 2022
Episode XIX: Food and the Environment
In celebration of Earth Day and the blooming buds sure to soon hit the North Country, host Anastasia is exploring the connections between food and our environment for this episode of That’s Rad. To do this, she recruited Kris Pieper, Food Access Coordinator for Taproot in Lancaster, NH. Together, Kris and Anastasia discuss how food, the environment, and we who live in it all impact one another. Kris also shares more about the Taproot initiatives he runs, including gleaning and the Lancaster Community Garden. And yes, the word they’re saying is gleaning–not cleaning. To learn more about what that word actually means, as well as gain some helpful insights on how everyone can live a greener life, make sure to listen to this episode! We here at the Littleton Food Co-op like to say we know a thing or two about food access and helping the environment. Since 2009 we have been a thriving marketplace for the greater Littleton community to shop for healthy, local foods. Our store boasts local and organic produce, meat, bulk foods, prepared deli meals, craft beer, and more. Plus, part of being a co-op is giving back to our planet, whether it be through our solar panels and electric car charging stations, or the elimination of plastic bags at check out. Feel free to stop by 43 Bethlehem Road in Littleton and see what we’re up to. Just off Exit 41! See ya at the Co-op!
1 hr 1 min
Mar 23, 2022
Episode XVIII: No Food is Bad Food
On this episode of That’s Rad, host Anastasia sits down with Kelsey McCullough, Registered Dietitian and owner of the 21st Century R.D., to have an honest conversation about how our relationship with food and our bodies is not always as positive as we project it to be on our social media feeds. The truth is many people struggle with being comfortable in their body–and Anastasia and Kelsey dive into some of the reasons why. They discuss how diet culture has now become almost inseparable from American culture, and how that affects our perceptions of ourselves, each other, and the food we eat. They also discuss the prominence of disordered eating and some of the different forms eating disorders can take. **Listener discretion is advised as the content of this episode discusses diet culture, fad diets, obesity, BMIs, weight loss, eating disorders, and other sensitive subjects.** If you or someone you know is struggling, please call the NEDA Hotline (800) 931-2237 or visit https://www.n…
1 hr 17 min
Feb 10, 2022
Episode XVII: Food Trend Predictions for 2022
The beginning of each calendar year is filled with chefs, restaurant owners, food bloggers, and the like trying to predict what will fill our plates for the year. In this episode of That’s Rad, our host Anastasia, along with Masters in Integrated Food Studies candidate Keaton (@food.n.fits), add their own predictions to the pile. They took their mission very seriously, and think listeners will be quite pleased with how 2022 is going to look… as long as you like mushrooms. And if you don’t, they have an extra important wake-up call for you! While this episode can’t guarantee salads will finally taste good, or that we will finally get the alternative hot beverage option that we as a society deserve, we can guarantee it’ll make you laugh. Or at least a sharp exhale out the nose and a quick eyebrow raise. No matter what you want your food to look like in 2022, the Littleton Food Co-op is the place for you! We are overflowing with local and organic produce, meats, cheeses, bulk i…
Jan 13, 2022
Episode XVI: To Bee or Not to Bee
Ring in the new year with the return of That’s Rad, a podcast presented by the Littleton Food Co-op! To start off 2022, host Anastasia is putting on her long white pants and jacket and her most scientific-looking glasses because this episode is all about bees. Bees play a major role in our food systems, and contribute much more than the delicious honey they are known for. To walk us through the importance of bees, Anastasia talks with Janice Mercieri of White Mountain Apiary in Littleton, NH. You better bee-lieve this is a great episode! The Littleton Food Co-op recognizes the importance of bees; without them, we wouldn’t have shelves filled with local produce, decadent organic chocolate, bulk products, grab and go prepared meals, craft beer and wine, and more. So grab your honey and make the new year bright by visiting us just off Exit 41 in Littleton. Or, while you’re buzzing around the web, learn more at littletoncoop.com.
Dec 8, 2021
Episode XV: LFC Gift Guide 2021
Some may call this a holiday gift guide filled to the brim with suggestions on what to get your loved ones this year from the Littleton Food Co-op. Others may call it our host Anastasia’s haircut announcement and a very drawn out “Cast Away” reference, with some gifts mentioned in between. Either way, Episode XV is our gift to you this holiday season! Thank you for sticking with us for another year of food, co-ops, and laughs.
Nov 18, 2021
Episode XIV: An Inside Look at the Park Slope Food Co-op
If you listen to this podcast, you’ve probably stepped inside the Littleton Food Co-op. But have you ever been inside the Park Slope Food Co-op of Brooklyn, New York? Probably not. That’s because you have to be a member to shop at this Brooklyn institution that has been praised and parodied since its inception in 1973. Perhaps its most discussed feature is the member work requirement. Seventy five percent of their “employees” are actually co-op members earning their right to shop for “good food at low prices.” On this episode of “That’s Rad,” host Anastasia sits down with Ashley, a member of the Park Slope Food Co-op, to talk about her experiences, and see if they can find any common ground. Hint: the common ground is not going to be on store intercom usage. All are welcome to visit and shop at the Littleton Food Co-op! No membership required. Conveniently located right off of Exit 41 in Littleton, we are filled to the brim with local produce, cheeses, meats, craft b…
1 hr 14 min
Oct 21, 2021
Episode XIII: A Conversation with Ed King
Surprise! In honor of National Co-op Month in October, That’s Rad is releasing a BONUS October episode! In this episode, host Anastasia sits down for an exclusive interview with Ed King, General Manager of the Littleton Food Co-op. This episode covers Cooperative Principles 2 (Democratic Member Control), 3 (Members' Economic Participation), and 6 (Cooperation Among Cooperatives). Listeners will hear from Ed firsthand how you can make your voice heard in your co-op, how the LFC has inspired a number of cooperative movements across the region, and what it’s really like having 8,000 bosses. Make sure to listen to the whole episode for some exciting announcements for Littleton Food Co-op members you won’t want to miss! The Littleton Food Co-op is located at 43 Bethlehem Rd in Littleton; just off Exit 41! Stop by and you’ll find a wide variety of local produce, meat, cheese, craft beer, wine, bulk items, and more. The Co-op is operated by and for our members--over 8,000 people in t…
Oct 7, 2021
Episode XII: Black, White, and a Co-op All Over
That’s Rad is celebrating National Co-op Month for October! Host Anastasia saw this sacred month as an opportunity to talk about the importance of being a co-op in a world full of for-profit businesses. The perfect case study showed up in the form of Nick Managan of Cabot Creamery Cooperative. Nick and Anastasia discuss how even though many consumers do not realize Cabot is a co-op, the cooperative principles have shaped their farming and business practices since 1919. Listeners will hear how Cabot’s cooperative status impacts it’s farmer owners, the communities they live in, and their consumers (that’s you!). It’s a half an hour about cheese and co-ops--do you really need another reason to listen? Speaking of co-ops, the Littleton Food Co-op is Littleton, New Hampshire’s first and only community owned market. We are filled to the brim with your favorite local produce, meats, cheeses, craft beer, bulk foods, and more. Whether you are a vegetarian, vegan, omnivore, or chees…
Sep 17, 2021
Episode XI: Fall is Here
The air is getting cooler, the leaves are changing colors, and most importantly -- fall food is being cooked up in full swing! In honor of northern New Hampshire’s most colorful season, host Anastasia is talking about some of the flavors that pair best with Autumn for the latest episode of That’s Rad. First up, Morgan of Mount Cabot Maple reminds us all why we need to ditch the “pancake pigeonhole,” and start using maple products all day, every season. Then, if you can’t make it apple picking this year, hearing from Bill and Ben of Champlain Orchards is your next best bet for the ~authentic orchard experience~. If only that saying about “an apple a day…” could be swapped out for their ciders, pies, and other delicious fruits, too. So grab your headphones and an apple cider donut and press play on another great episode of your locally produced local co-op podcast. In addition to the producers featured on this episode, the Littleton Food Co-op is stocked full of local ea…
Aug 4, 2021
Episode X: Women in Farming
The northeast kingdom of Vermont and New Hampshire is packed to the brim with amazing local farmers and artisans. On this episode of “That’s Rad,” host Anastasia is talking to three local female farmers about what it’s like being a minority in their industry. These farmers produce cheese, vegetables, and flowers, so their experiences are unique, but with surprising commonalities. Hear about your favorite local products straight from the people that produce them: Roberta of Crooked Mile Cheese, Bridget of Bent Fork Farm, and Heidi of Mountain Roots Farm. Another commonality of these farmers? They all have products that can be found at the Littleton Food Co-op! The Littleton Food Co-op is the hub for all things local for northern NH and VT. We have local meat, produce, craft beer, and cheese, along with prepared foods and more bulk foods than your heart can imagine. It’s all a single stop away at 43 Bethlehem Rd in Littleton, NH.
1 hr 8 min
Jul 8, 2021
Episode IX: Cooperation Among Cooperatives
This episode is all about co-ops helping co-ops! The sixth co-op principle is “Cooperation Among Cooperatives.” How do co-ops, well, cooperate? Host Anastasia takes us through a number of different ways that co-ops have been known to support one another. First, did you know that the Littleton Food Co-op is actually a member of other co-ops? One of those is the Neighboring Food Co-op Association (NFCA), and Bonnie Hudspeth is featured in this episode to tell you why it is imperative for co-ops to work together, and the results that can happen when they do so. We also step outside the consumer food co-op world to hear from Molly Snell-Larch of Columinate, a national consulting cooperative made up of diverse experts dedicated to making co-ops better. Finally, David Hale of the Caledonia Food Co-op tells us how valuable established co-ops are when forming a new co-op. Did we use the word “co-op” enough for you? While we support all co-ops, we want you to know that the Littleton Fo…
1 hr 9 min
Jun 9, 2021
Episode VIII: Food Lifestyles
Calling all vegetarians and vegans -- this episode is for you! All the wannabes and skeptics--this one's for you, too! On this episode of That’s Rad, host Anastasia is exploring what it means to have a “food lifestyle:” a conscientious and consistent pattern of rules that has a high-level impact on the food going into your body. Anastasia talks to Travis, a Littleton Food Co-op employee and former vegan and vegetarian (and everything in between). Plus, hear from Erin Mae, a Co-op customer who has learned a thing or two while shopping to accommodate her vegan and gluten-free lifestyle. And as always, we somehow end up talking about cheese. No matter what you do or don’t eat, everyone can learn something new from this episode. If you want to try something new, the Littleton Food Co-op is a great place to start! The Littleton Food Co-op is your community-owned grocery store off of Exit 41 with a store full of vegan and vegetarian products, as well as local produce, meats, cheese,…
1 hr 10 min
May 5, 2021
That's Rad Episode VII: Cheese
Listeners beware: things are about to get cheesy. Host Anastasia is exploring her lifelong passion of cheese in this episode of “That’s Rad.” She’s joined by Catherine Cushing, Manager of the Littleton Food Co-op Speciality Cheese Department, to discuss her department, local cheese, and the elusive world of vegan cheese. Plus, hear Catherine’s pick of the top 3 cheese in store! Anastasia has also invited a very special guest to educate us on your next hobby. Hint: it apparently involves a lot of mustard. You know what else has mustard? The Littleton Food Co-op. In addition to having plenty of mustard, the Littleton Food Co-op is filled with fresh produce, deli, meat and seafood, craft wine, bulk foods, and more. Come check us out at 43 Bethlehem Rd, just off of Exit 41 in Littleton, NH!
1 hr 7 min
Mar 14, 2021
That's Rad Episode VI: Open and Voluntary Membership
What do you think about when a Littleton Food Co-op employee asks you “are you a member of the Co-op?” In this episode, host Anastasia is exploring Cooperative Principle #1: Open and Voluntary Membership. It’s an idea that governs all co-ops, but what does it actually mean? To get the full scoop, Anastasia talks with Becky Colpitts, Community Outreach Coordinator at the Littleton Food Co-op. Plus, you’ll hear from some members of the Littleton Food Co-op about what membership means to them. Spoiler alert: member discounts are just the tip of the iceberg! The Littleton Food Co-op is Littleton NH’s only member-owned grocery store. Whether you are a member or not, everyone is welcome to shop here! Come check out our fresh selections of produce, meats, cheeses, prepared foods, craft beer, bulk foods, and more. All you have to do is get off of Exit 41 in Littleton!
Dec 14, 2020
That's Rad Episode V: The Women of Cooperation
Who run the world? Girls! In this episode of “That’s Rad,” host Anastasia is talking to and about some of the women who keep the Co-op going. Women represent all parts of the Littleton Food Co-op: farmers, employees, members, management, producers, and more. But, they don’t always receive the same resources or support in their industries. This episode is to highlight just how integral women are to our food system. First, hear from Vanessa Robbins, Secretary of the Littleton Food Co-op Board of Directors, about what it’s like to be a young female board member. You’ll also get to hear some wisdom from Nancy Plante, owner and founder of Peace of Mind Baking Company in Conway, NH. This episode is a great listen for everyone, regardless of gender identity and opinion on whoopie pies. Speaking of everyone, everyone is welcome at the Littleton Food Co-op! Littleton, NH’s only community-owned grocery store is located at 41 Bethlehem Rd and open daily from 7am-8pm.
Nov 5, 2020
That's Rad Episode IV: All The Co-ops
We all know and love our local Littleton Food Co-op, but the world of co-ops expands to way beyond our hometown of Littleton, NH. On this episode, host Anastasia has recruited some friends to discuss co-ops beyond national borders and industry lines. First, Anastasia says “g’day mate” to her friend Cheyenne so they can talk about an Australian food co-op. You’ll be surprised how many similarities it has with the LFC. Anastasia also talks to a Mischigander-turned-Bostonian-turned-cooperator about what it is like to live in a housing co-op. The secret is out about what our host talks about with her friends outside of the office: it’s co-ops. Plus, what better to feature for the Product of the Week than something from a local dairy cooperative. Speaking of local, the Littleton Food Co-op is the place to go for local produce, meats, cheeses, craft brews, and more! Just off of Exit 41 in Littleton.
Sep 24, 2020
That's Rad Episode III: Eat More Local-er
Looking back on what could be the most important "Eat Local Month" of our lifetime: A farmer, a producer, and a NH Eats Local Month coordinator walk on to a podcast. What do you get? Episode three of “That’s Rad.” Host Anastasia is covering all things local in honor of Eat Local Month at the Littleton Food Co-op. So grab your favorite local snack to kick back and listen! Speaking of local, the Littleton Food Co-op is your locally owned grocer just off of Exit 41 in Littleton. We’re stocked with local produce, meats, cheeses, craft brews, and more to fill your local heart’s desire.
1 hr 7 min
Aug 19, 2020
That's Rad (The Littleton Food Co-op Podcast) Episode II: A Bunch of Radish Employees
Host Anastasia is back and she's brought a few of her friends from the Littleton Food Co-op (they just don't know they're her friends yet). Anastasia and some of her coworkers dish about what it's *really* like to work at the co-op. Plus, Melissa Bridges, HR Manager, gives some insight on how to become a Co-op employee while Anastasia relives her embarrassing job interview. All of this and more happens at Littleton, NH's only 100% community-owned grocer, the Littleton Food Co-op.
1 hr 24 min
Jul 23, 2020
That's Rad (The Littleton Food Co-op Podcast) — Episode I
Jessy (Graphic Designer) joins host, Anastasia, on a journey through the cooperativurse from Ask Jeeves to Bing. Brought to you by the Littleton Food Co-op — Littleton, NH's one and only 100% community-owned grocer.
Jul 23, 2020
That's Rad — The Littleton Food Co-op Podcast (Teaser)
Coming Soon: "That's Rad!" — A Podcast by (and about) the Littleton Food Co-op. Hosted by our very own (and very rad) Anastasia Maher.