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Episode XIII: A Conversation with Ed King That's Rad

    • Society & Culture

Surprise! In honor of National Co-op Month in October, That’s Rad is releasing a BONUS October episode! In this episode, host Anastasia sits down for an exclusive interview with Ed King, General Manager of the Littleton Food Co-op. This episode covers Cooperative Principles 2 (Democratic Member Control), 3 (Members' Economic Participation), and 6 (Cooperation Among Cooperatives). Listeners will hear from Ed firsthand how you can make your voice heard in your co-op, how the LFC has inspired a number of cooperative movements across the region, and what it’s really like having 8,000 bosses. Make sure to listen to the whole episode for some exciting announcements for Littleton Food Co-op members you won’t want to miss!

The Littleton Food Co-op is located at 43 Bethlehem Rd in Littleton; just off Exit 41! Stop by and you’ll find a wide variety of local produce, meat, cheese, craft beer, wine, bulk items, and more. The Co-op is operated by and for our members--over 8,000 people in the surrounding communities. Does that include you? If it doesn’t, stop by the store and find out the incredible benefits you gain from being a member of your locally owned community market.

Surprise! In honor of National Co-op Month in October, That’s Rad is releasing a BONUS October episode! In this episode, host Anastasia sits down for an exclusive interview with Ed King, General Manager of the Littleton Food Co-op. This episode covers Cooperative Principles 2 (Democratic Member Control), 3 (Members' Economic Participation), and 6 (Cooperation Among Cooperatives). Listeners will hear from Ed firsthand how you can make your voice heard in your co-op, how the LFC has inspired a number of cooperative movements across the region, and what it’s really like having 8,000 bosses. Make sure to listen to the whole episode for some exciting announcements for Littleton Food Co-op members you won’t want to miss!

The Littleton Food Co-op is located at 43 Bethlehem Rd in Littleton; just off Exit 41! Stop by and you’ll find a wide variety of local produce, meat, cheese, craft beer, wine, bulk items, and more. The Co-op is operated by and for our members--over 8,000 people in the surrounding communities. Does that include you? If it doesn’t, stop by the store and find out the incredible benefits you gain from being a member of your locally owned community market.

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