We ate here twice for lunch. The food is very wholesome and good, as it abounds with the best of Vermont produce - much or mostly organic. The small cafe in the co-op is quite small, adjoining the store, which is a great treat to explore. It's an eye-opening experience into a different world of organic foods taken to their highest level.
It's self service which is fine, but the real experience is wandering the aisles of the store and seeing how many kinds of fluor there are, etc. Don't try to find something by Nabisco or Nestle.
They don't exist. This is purity at its finest.