Inside HFFC

From the surface, you could perceive HFFC as another natural and health food store.  We carry a good deal of similar items, side by side, with some comparative food stores.  But here is our “twist”---

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Recipes: Sarah's Vegan Coconut Thai Curry

Many people appreciate the fact that we stock curry leaves in our produce department. Though, just as often as we hear thanks for this, we also receive the question, "What do you do with them?" Well... we make curry of course!  Inspired by this, we asked our resident vegan cashier (who happens to be an amazing cook) Sarah to share with us her recipe for Coconut Thai Curry.
 

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Standards: About Our Fresh Meat

We at High Falls Food Co-op take sourcing seriously. We want to make sure our members and shoppers are being offered the best, healthiest, and most sustainable foods available. We strive to make sure that you are fully informed an empowered when shopping with us. The following is a list of our regional and local fresh meat providers. “Fresh meat” meaning meat that is not frozen, and found in our meat and cheese case. 

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We Love Local: Bjorn Qorn

Hands down, one of our most popular items at HFFC is Bjorn Qorn, a popcorn treat seasoned with nutritional yeast, made right here in Ulster County. Not only is Bjorn Qorn super local, it’s popped by harnessing the power of the sun! We love that! Bjorn Qorn is owned and operated by two guys named Bjorn and Jamie, former college roommates who turned turned their favorite dorm room snack into a successful business. We recently spoke with Bjorn to find out a little bit more about his and Jamie’s delicious and nutritious ‘qorn.’

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Our Team: Zelda Duke, Vendor

Zelda Duke is a magician in the kitchen. As a vendor to High Falls Food Co-op, Zelda provides us with a stunning array of healthy, wholesome, organic meals week after week. You may have had one of her decadent desserts, satisfying soups, or delectable vegan dinners. Packaged with colorful labels and care, of course.

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Water is Life! Why We Stand with Standing Rock

The Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s fight to protect our water has inspired the world as many are standing up to the multi-billion dollar corporations that seek to increase the extraction of fossil fuels in America. Over 220 pipeline spills have happened in 2016 alone and just recently, on December 5th, another pipeline burst spilling 176,00 gallons into a creek less than two hours from Camp of the Sacred Stones.

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