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Hunger Mountain Co-op
623 Stone Cutters Way
Montpelier, Vermont 05602

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Hunger Mountain Co-op is a member-owned, community-based natural food cooperative with more than 3,000 local products. Our Co-op has over 9,000 member-owners, nearly 500 Vermont vendors, and 168 employees all earning at least the Vermont Livable Wage. Hunger Mountain Co-op is one of three state-designated Vermont Green Grocery Environmental Leaders and a recipient of a Sustainability Star from National Co+op Grocers.


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Stephani Kononan
Community Relations & Marketing Manager (802) 223-8000
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Over 10 years of marketing experience with a focus in brand management, messaging, and community engagement.
Jay Wisner
Human Resources Manager 802-262-3215
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Human Resources Manager, Hunger Mountain Co-op
Elly Wood
(802) 262-3247
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Hunger Mountain Co-op is a full service, natural foods grocery store and deli, which has been owned by our community since 1972. We believe that good food helps to create sustainable local food systems and vibrant, healthy communities. Our Co-op is located at 623 Stone Cutters Way in Montpelier, Vermont, and is open 8am-8pm daily. Everyone is welcome! We are committed to offering a wide variety of high-quality products produced in an environmentally sound and socially conscious manner for a fair price. Our emphasis is on wholesome foods that are grown and produced locally. We provide natural and organic products free of artificial preservatives, sweeteners, colorings, and flavorings. We give preference to products that are humanely raised, sustainably harvested, and produced without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, hormones, or antibiotics.
Network Groups: Independent Grocers


  • Marketing
    • Food system media
    • Local food directories
  • Food Processing or Manufacturing
    • Bakery
    • Specialty foods / snacks
  • Retail Food Outlets
    • Beer, wine, liquor store
    • Caterer
    • Co-op
    • Deli
    • Dining service / cafeteria
    • Grocery store
    • Natural / health food store
    • Specialty foods store
    • Restaurant / cafĂ©
    • Support organization: Retail Food Outlets
  • Food Access and Nutrition
    • Cooking / nutrition classes
  • Education
    • General food system education
    • Out of school programs
  • Workforce Development
    • Career and Technical Education Center


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