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Twin Cities Co-ops

There are more independent community-owned food cooperatives in the Twin Cities than any other urban area in the U.S. Linden Hills Co-op is a proud member of the Twin Cities Natural Foods Co-op chapter of the National Cooperative Grocers’ Association.

We work collaboratively with a dozen other co-op food stores on projects that benefit all the members of our group, like publishing a newsletter, printing store materials, sharing training resources and more. If you’re a member at one of the co-ops listed below, you’ll receive members-only pricing on monthly member specials, and discounts on classes and events at any participating Twin Cities co-op.

Working together is one of the many advantages of cooperative businesses. We share our strength.

Locations

City Center Market (formerly MOMS), Cambridge

Eastside Food Co-op, Northeast Minneapolis

Just Food Co-op, Northfield

Lakewinds Natural Foods, Anoka, Chanhassen and Minnetonka

Linden Hills Co-op, Southwest Minneapolis

Mississippi Market, two St. Paul locations

River Market Community Co-op, downtown Stillwater

Seward Co-op Grocery & Deli, on Franklin Avenue in Minneapolis

St. Peter Food Co-op, St. Peter

Valley Natural Foods, Burnsville

Wedge Co-op, just south of downtown Minneapolis