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  • Hampden Park Coop

    Located midway between downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, Hampden Park Coop is the coziest little coop in the Twin Cities. Member-owned since 1991, the coop is a staple of St. Paul’s Midway and St. Anthony Park neighborhoods. Locals cherish the continued presence of a true neighborhood grocery, and hundreds of read more

  • Mississippi Market Natural Foods Co-op

    Mississippi Market is a cooperatively owned natural foods grocery store that focuses on organic, local, and sustainably produced foods. As St. Paul’s premier natural foods grocer since 1979 and Certified Organic Retailer since 2004, Mississippi Market has taken the time to establish relationships with local farmers, producers and artisans that read more

  • Mississippi Market Natural Foods Co-op

    Mississippi Market is a cooperatively owned natural foods grocery store that focuses on organic, local, and sustainably produced foods. As St. Paul’s premier natural foods grocer since 1979 and Certified Organic Retailer since 2004, Mississippi Market has taken the time to establish relationships with local farmers, producers and artisans that read more

  • Trotter’s Cafe

    Trotter’s Cafe is a neighborhood cafe that uses the highest quality organic and local ingredients. They specialize in “made from scratch” whole grain breads and have supported sustainable practices for almost 20 years. Trotter’s Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving wine, beer, soups, salads, vegetarian specials and read more

  • Youth Farm – West Side La Placita Marketplace

    Farm Tours, Farmers’ Market, Garden Produce, Herbs, Workshops/Classes/Presentations La Placita Marketplace–located in the heart of “District del Sol” on St. Paul’s West Side–featuring locally grown produce and cooking demonstrations, local cultural artists and cultural performances. Experience culture on the West Side! From Hwy. 52 in St. Paul, exit Concord St., read more