Bulk Food Ordering Club
Local Goods Guide
Support Local Businesses
D Acres’ Monthly Bulk Buying Club Guidelines
Welcome to the re-launch of D Acres’ Bulk Buying Club! If you’re interested in getting high-quality bulk goods delivered locally, at an unbeatable price, this program is for you! Our supplier is Associated Buyers, a company out of Barrington, NH that specializes in regional, organic bulk foods, as well as offering grocery items by case, frozen/refrigerated products, and household products.
D Acres is to receive 10% in addition to the Associated Buyers prices (which may vary based on agricultural and/or market fluctuations).
Members must provide D Acres with accurate billing and payment information before placing their first order, in the event of abandoned orders (see below). Payment will be made upon pickup of orders, in any form (i.e. cash, check, card).
Send your order information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to include in your order Item#, Brand, Description, PCK/SZ, STD$, EXT as listed in the catalog, with case quantities and prices as needed. Orders are to be received no later than the second to last Thursday of the month; pick-up day will be the first Tuesday of the following month (at D Acres!), unless otherwise specified via email.
Any orders not picked up within 5 business days of delivery will be considered abandoned and will be donated, as well as charged to the member’s card on file, unless otherwise arranged beforehand.
The Associated Buyers’ catalog can be viewed online at www.assocbuyers.com, or you may request a print catalog with full price listings.
Please call (603) 786-2366 with any questions or to update your member information.
Supporting local business gives strength to rural communities. By utilizing the resources that are available within our community, we are able to retain wealth commensurate with our abilities and capacity to manage resources. The decision to support a locally owned business, or one that provides goods and services with locally acquired materials, implies a commitment to consider oneself part of a larger community, rather than an independent unit. Communities need to stand together to provide adequate schools, roads and other services. The following businesses are excellent examples of the type of business that we trust and support. Fair wages, use of locally produced materials when applicable, and support of the community
Apple Wood Farm
Sawyer Hwy, Warren NH. 603.764.5832
*Art *Music *Organic ProduceArtistic Roots
Downstairs at 75 Main St. Plymouth NH 603.536.2750
A cooperative retail store & gallery offering fine art and crafts by NH artisans.
Featuring the work of our own Josh Trought.
Baker Valley Floors, Inc.
34 Route 25, Plymouth NH. 603.536.4003
*No-wax Floors *Ceramic Tile *Vinyl Tile *Area Rugs *Hardwood *Laminates *Window Treatment *Furniture and AccessoriesBaker River Watershed Association
Non-profit org that helps conserve our watershedBeeHive Collective
Main Street, Plymouth NH 603.536.DELI
"Home of the Famous "BALBOA"Bread and Puppet Theater
Fridays and Sunday July and August
Glover, VermontCedar Circle Farm and Educational Center
225 Pavillion Road, East Thetford, Vermont 05043
phone: 802-785-4737 | email: email@example.com
Chase St. Market
On the Common, Plymouth NH 603.536.FOOD
Your Friendly Neighborhood GrocerCite Ecologique of New Hampshire
Located in Colebrook, NH
an Ecovillage praticing organic farming, sustainable
living and alternative education since 2003.
Buy, Sell, Trade @ Grafton Rec Center
Sundays 12-1 www.graftonforum.comThe Gallery at Red Gate Farm
188 Highland St, Plymouth, NH 603.536.4404
Offering a unique collection of art and fine crafts from local, regional and nationally recognized artists and craftersHappy Critters Farm
1457 Upper City Rd, Pittsfield, NH 603.435.6741
Hand Made on the Farm - Goat Milk SoapsIntuition Nutrition
Holistic Health CounselingKTM AutoKTM Custom
3 Railroad Square, Plymouth NH. 603.536.3944
Auto repair and custom design
Made Marion Couture Collectionwww.mademarion.net
Recycled clothing made by Marion Settle can be found at REVOLUTION
26 North Main. St, White River Junction, VT.Michelle Dunn Online
Plymouth NH. 603.794.8503
Online Collections Consulting & Book Sales
NH Holistic Health Network
Gayle Hannan www.nhholistichealthnetwork.comNew Hampshire NorthEast Farmers and Gardeners Association
1% for the Planet
Pemi Glass Company
55 Main Street, Plymouth NH. 603.536.3734
*Mirrors *Shower Doors *Store FrontsPeppercorn Natural Foods
43 Main Street, Plymouth NH. 603.536.3395
Organic, local, bulk and natural foodsPersonal Days Skin Care
117b Main St., Plymouth NH 603.536.2888
Natural skin & hair care; holistic facials & body treatmentsPlymouth NH Chamber of CommerceRands Do It Best Hardware
71 Main St. Plymouth, NH 603-536-1000
Caring for the Community... Since 1908
Plumbing, Lumber, Paint, Hardware, Power Equipment, Rentals, FeedSculptured Rocks Farm Country Inn
363 Sculptured Rocks Road
Groton, NH 03241
Freelance ArtistSTONEHEDGE Proper
2354 NH Rt. 118, Dorchester, NH. 603.523.9601
Purveyors Early American Furniture & Upholstery ServicesStyleworks
Main Street Plymouth, NH. 603.536.2006
Full Service Salon for Men & WomenValley Snow Dogs
Go for a dog sledding adventure excursion in the White Mts
firstname.lastname@example.org 64 High St. Keene, NH 603.357.2758
Grows varieties such as shitake, oysters, lion's mane, hen of the woods, garden giant; also sells wild mushrooms, dried mushrooms, mushroom art, and teaches classes to children and adults. Offers mycological landscaping workshops.
Undustrial Timber Frames
Bryan Felice 603.786.5009
www.undustrial.org Rumney NH
D Acres of New Hampshire is a not-for-profit Permaculture Farm and Educational Homestead located in Dorchester, NH. Read about our mission, our weekly meals, camping and lodging, and events and workshops.