Want to wake up and start your day right? Fresh eggs from your local farmer? Scrumptious bread from your local bakery? Luscious freshly roasted coffee from small farmer co-operatives? And … dairy products… you guessed it … from local, small family farmers?
Wake up on the right side of the bed: eat a healthy breakfast AND do your part to help build a better food system by supporting co-operative businesses, small farmers, and local producers.
P6 Co-operatives are living their principles by taking action to help their members and other consumers get into the game.
If you live near Davis Food Co-operative in California, Brattleboro Food Co-operative in Vermont, the Merc in Lawrence, Kansas, Willy Street Co-operative, in Madison, Wisconsin or Seward Community Co-operative in Minneapolis, Minnesota, click on the P6 Breakfast Infographic from the list below to find a list of those folks who produce your breakfast food.
Check out the infographic, buy from P6 producers, and join the movement to build an alternative economy and a more sustainable food system. Of course, even if you don’t live near one of these food co-operatives, you can still do your part by choosing to buy products from small farmers, local producers, and co-operative/non-profit businesses.
Look for additional Principle Six Co-operatives later this year!
For more information about the Principle Six Co-operative Trade Movement, click here.
P6 Breakfast Infographics*
Seward Community Co-operative: P6-Breakfast_Seward
Brattleboro Food Co-operative: P6-Breakfast_Brattleboro
The Merc Co-operative: P6-Breakfast_Merc
Davis Food Co-operative: P6-Breakfast_Davis
Willy Street Co-operative: P6-Breakfast_WillySt
*Infographics courtesy of our friends at Spunk Design Machine