Located at 8 Central St, Brookfield MA. 01506
Mon-Fri 8 to 8 Sat 9 to 5 Sun 11 to 5
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TipTop is making every effort so that our store is totally free of GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms). We are a long time supporter of the Non-GMO verified project. TipTop does not knowingly have any GMO food on our shelves and we have been contacting brands we carry to make sure none of their foods have GMOs. Make sure your dollars are not going to support the GMO friendly giant corporations such as Monsanto, Pepsico, Conagra, etc. Check out the list of brands owned by agri-business at the Organic Consumers Association website.
Legislation is pending in many states to make GMO labeling of food mandatory. Please contact your state legislators and urge them to support bills in your state! Surveys show that over 90% of the public wants labeling. Don't let agri-business hijack our democracy!
Check out the Non-GMO project website. We are one of the retailers supporting this group and their mission to label NON GMO verified products.
SUPPORT FAIR TRADE! By choosing fair trade products, we help improve the lives of everyone along the supply chain, from workers and their families, all the way to when the product reaches the store shelf.
Go to the Fair World Project website for more information.
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Shop online at TipTopCountryStore.com. Order by Thursday and pick and pay at the store the following Monday. Over 30,000 natural foods, personal care and supplements. Many available in "eaches". We will consider splitting cases on others. Email us if you have any questions.
Join as a "Frequent Buyer" and get 2% back on retail purchases.
Anyone can join, no fees and no minimums. Stop by the store to sign up.
2014 1% Recipients: Many Hands Sustainability Center, Rebuild Thompson's Barn, Sunny Meadow Animal
Sanctuary, Turtle Rescue League in Charlton, Conservatory Reconstruction
Project at the Emily Dickinson Homestead Museum in Amherst, Socks for Siberia,
Angels Answer in Ware, Tantasqua Music Association, Quaboag Choral Society, A.P.P.L.E.
Seed and The Brookfield Citizen, Nipmuc Preservation Project of the East
Quabbin Land Trust, Helping Hands Animal Rescue in North Brookfield (see the
article in the November issue of The Sturbridge Times)
Click here to see past recipients of store donations. To date, over $50,000 has been donated to non-profits that nourish the planet and those who live on it.