Littleton Food Co-op Expansion - Littleton Coop

Littleton Food Co-op Expansion - Littleton Coop

Littleton Food Co-op Expansion MEMBER MEETING Review of 2014  Sales of $9.3 million  Over 6% growth over 2013  Record Earnings  We’ll pay our f...

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Littleton Food Co-op Expansion MEMBER MEETING

Review of 2014  Sales

of $9.3 million  Over 6% growth over 2013  Record Earnings  We’ll pay our first Rebate this year  Added to our Team

Sales Trends  New

Record: $234k in 6 days  Back to back $50k days  Organic Sales up over 18%  Organic Sales Projected up 9% ann.  Conventional Sales Flat

Weekly Customer Count Annual Average 5200

5000 4800 4600

4400 4200 4000 3800 1/1/2010

1/1/2011

1/1/2012 Series 1

1/1/2013

1/1/2014

Average Basket Size $ per Basket 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 1/1/2010

1/1/2011

1/1/2012 Series 1

Column1

1/1/2013

1/1/2014

Sales Per Man Hour Productivity 120 110 100 90 80 70 60 1/1/2009

1/1/2010

1/1/2011 Series 1

1/1/2012 Column1

1/1/2013

1/1/2014

How did we get here?  Space

was set aside for this possibility  Board & Staff Retreat in 2013  Board, Member & Staff Retreat in 2014  Three Committees Formed 

Design



Finance



Sustainability

Reasons for Expansion  Build

Capacity for Growth  Better serve our Members  Create Jobs  Improve work Environment  Move Admin Offices on site  Update Technology Systems  Prepare for Competition  Add Energy Efficiencies

Scope of Expansion Build

5,700 sq ft Addition Loft area for Admin Office Expand Receiving area Remodel of Existing Store

Community Room / Cafe  Expanded

Dining Area  Teaching Kitchen  Meeting Space  Communication Center

Loft Office Space  Break

Room  Board Room  Human Resources  Marketing Department  Finance and Book keeping  ADA Compliance

Expansion of Products  Local

 Bulk

& Organic Produce

Foods (liquid and nut butters)

 Wellness

 Local

and Natural Personal Care

Meats and Dairy Products

 Natural

& Organic Grocery Items

 Cheese

& Prepared Foods

Energy Saving Investments  POV

Solar Panels  Free Air Refrigeration  LED Lighting  Biofuel Heating System  Smart Building Technology

Equipment Upgrades 

POS System/ Registers



Receiving Area



Produce and Beverage Cases



Meat and Produce Coolers



Service Cheese Case



Expanded Restrooms

Financing  Member

Loans  Cooperative Lenders (CFNE, NCG, NCB)  Local Banks  Energy Loans and Tax Credits  GCEDC  Preferred Share Offering

Professional Partners Cooperative

Development

Services NCG Development Co-op Gallagher Flynn CPA Business Attorney (DRM?)

Threats and Challenges  Competition

Coming to Town  Economic Downturn  Interest Rates / Credit Crunch  Current Debt Level  Turnover in Leadership  Local Approval (traffic)

Organic Competition Whole

Foods in NH Trader Joe’s Fresh Market, Sprouts, etc. Conventional Supermarkets Walmart Online Sales (Amazon, Wellness)

Opportunities for Growth  Multiple

 Home

Locations (Berlin, Plymouth)

Delivery

 Satellite

Business

 Catering  Business

to Business

 Vertical

Integration (off site production)

Calendar Looking Forward  April

2015: Select Architect  Fall 2015: Member Loan Campaign  Fall 2015: Line up Financing  Fall 2015: Select Contractor  Fall/ Spring 2016: Receiving Area  Spring/ Summer 2016: Break Ground

How can you get involved?  Serve

on our Board of Directors  Serve on a Committee  Become Member Lender  Take our Expansion Survey  Keep on Shopping

Questions

Comments & Concerns