Sunday, July 21, 2013

The Potsdam Food Co-op, Part 2

I was continuing my tour of the Potsdam Food Co-Op. This was in early summer and their collection of organically grown vegetable and flower seedlings was inviting:

 Inside, they had all manner of natural packaged foods, sauces, salad dressings and just about anything you might want:

 And, of course, whole grain pastas:

 Locally produced pottery and beeswax candles:

 The friendly counter folks are always pleasant. On this day they were advertising an upcoming member potluck:

 Squeak Creek Apiaries honey, a locally produced treat with which I was already quite familiar:

 There was a bakery in an old carriage house out back and the Co-Op had nearly sold out of their products already that day:

 Vitamins and minerals, of course:

 In the back, member workers prepared foods for sale. That cooler to the left is where I often find "Fakin Bacon" and Tempeh wraps:

 I passed through the produce section again on my way out:

 And snapped one last photo of their stunning flowers and attractive building. There were tables on the porch at which a couple of guys chatted as they ate their lunch. Quite a place and an asset to the community:

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