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HBC December News

We find ourselves at the end of one crazy year. 2020 has absolutely been a whirlwind. I always enjoy looking back at the past year and reminiscing and making goals for next, but this year feels like it will take a while to understand and process. I am grateful just to have survived it. Along …

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Holly Days Pop-up Gift Show

Sat., November 14th 11am-5pm in front of the Co+op Get your gifts early this year & support your Co+op! Hot prices for colder days! Scarves, hats, jewelry, door mats, gifts & accessories, including items from: Eclectic Earth, Boho Gypsy, Mandala. Clearance bins of immune supplements, and body care. All customers that spend $50 or more …

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FBFC In Citizen Times Article: When masks are required, who enforces the rules?

The Citizen Times asked to observe customer and employee mask compliance at local grocery stores. Almost all refused. Here’s what they said: Publix media relations manager Nicole Krauss. “We apologize for the inconvenience and you know we are always happy to help when able, however we’ve declined all requests for in-store/store-front/parking lot/distribution center b-roll and interviews …

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100% Organic Produce

The Produce Department of the French Broad Food Co-op offers exclusively organically grown produce. The vast majority of both our local and non-local produce is Certified Organic. If it’s not Certified Organic, you can be sure that it is organically grown — and that it was grown by a farm within 150 miles from FBFC …

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Interview with Abby Artemisia from The Wander School

Melissa Fryar’s Interview with Abby Artemisia, Herbalist, Botanist and Forager The WANDER School Introducing Abby Artemisia from The Wander School: Melissa: Abby, for those out there who are unfamiliar with you, could you give us an introduction on who you are and what you do? What started you on this lovely plant path? Abby: I am …

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