Membership, Cornell Orchards, and Composting!
We hope you had a great weekend and are ready for another great week at Anabel’s!
The Anabel’s Membership Program is LIVE!! To become a member of Anabel’s please take the survey linked below and show us the completion email at your next checkout. Once you become a member, you will get a punchcard for a free kombucha after 10 purchases and an Anabel’s Grocery sticker! If you signed up in the store in the first few weeks, please still fill out the survey and we will get you your free sticker and punchcard.
The Cornell Orchards were founded in 1910 and serve as a living laboratory to hundreds of Cornell students every year, giving future generations of growers and researchers hands-on experience with virtually all aspects of fruit production. The apples are usually sold at their on-site store which is now closed. Fortunately, Anabel’s is offering these amazing apples every week! Check out this recipe for a fun way to integrate apples into a meal this week :)
Composting at Anabel’s
Turn your food waste into a regenerative resource with Anabel’s – starting THIS week!
Composting food scraps helps reduce food waste, keeps organics out of landfills, and creates a nutrient-rich soil amendment that builds soil health. In collaboration with Cornell Compost and the Campus Sustainability Office, Anabel’s will be offering food scraps collection services to the Cornell community starting this Wednesday! You can drop off your food scraps anytime during Anabel’s operating hours, Wednesday through Friday.
Please refer to the list below when deciding what to compost! Fruit, veggies, meat, dairy, and napkins can be diverted at Anabel’s, but items like “compostable” or “biodegradable” plastics, cardboard, and paper cannot! Please pay special attention to avoiding even little things like fruit stickers and teabag staples/tags. Only acceptable food scraps stored in green compostable baggies or tupperware containers will be accepted. Thank you!
Tomato Preserving Event!
Come learn how to preserve tomatoes at Anabel’s Grocery this Sunday 10/3 at 1 pm! Dilmun Hill’s vines are producing hundreds of tomatoes and preserving is a great way to extend the pleasures of this delicious produce. Please bring a mason jar if you have one :) To RSVP or for any questions, email email@example.com. We hope to see you there!