With Memorial Day unofficial start of the Summer is finally here. If you’re looking for those last minute supplies for your celebration come on into the MRC. We’ll be open our usual time tomorrow from 2 – 6pm. Everyone have a safe and pleasant day!
Check out our new Bulk Olive Oil container at the store! It is very important to keep olive oil in an opaque container to keep it from degrading. This should do the trick!
We have a few new items this week.
Swads Ghee – Member Requested
Dave’s Organic Marinara – Member Requested
Red Rose Rice Paper Wrappers (For Summer Roles, fresh basil and mint) – Member Requested
Goddess SPF 30 Sunscreen
Northwoods Bug Repellent
We are also happy to announce that we are going to be staying open later on Friday and Saturday starting June 1st. The store will now close the doors at 6:30pm so people can do their last minute weekend shopping!
Check out these awesome bags from Lally Broch Farm. I’ve seen these before but never with a nice lining!
Thank you for your patience but we now have Sewall’s Orchard Organic Cider Vinegar back in stock at the store!
We’ve started to get our seedlings in for the season. We have mixed organic seedlings being provided by Chase Stream Farm in Monroe, Stantial Brook Farm here in Brooks and Mckay Farm in Unity. Now that the rain has finally broke we might be able to put stuff in the ground! Come get yours at the MRC!
We’ve been so busy I haven’t been able to pop out a post about what we have new in the store. Checkout the list!
- Guinness Draught 22oz
- Samuel Smith Organic Pale Ale 550ml
- Andrew’s Pale Ale is back on the shelf for the summer!
- Pickled Fiddleheads from Ralph’s Cafe
- Ketchup is back in stock from Ralph’s Cafe
- Drew’s Organic Balsamic Viniagrette
- Drew’s Organic Buttermilk Ranch
And one really neat 22oz from Allagash Brewing Company. It’s called Sixteen Counties which is an Belgian style ale made with almost all Maine Ingredients (The Red Flannel from Penobscot Bay Brewing is also almost all Maine Ingredients. Also, a portion of the proceeds are doanted to support sustainable agriculture and family farming in Maine.