February/March 2010

  • the latest on the co-op’s expansion and relocation project
  • Board member Rhea Sullivan on the importance of continued member involvement
  • a recap on the co-op’s 2009 donations
  • 2010 CSA farm partners are all in this issue.
*Miss Larousse transforms underripe bananas into an ambrosial dessert.

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Fall Classes - Register Now!

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Days are getting shorter and the air is crisp and cool – autumn is here! We’ve got a great line up of classes this season featuring classes about healthy cooking, comfort food and more. Follow the links below to download our schedules.

October Classes

November Classes

Please pre-register for classes in person at our customer service desk or by calling 612-922-1159 to pay by credit card.

December 09/January 2010

  • The co-op announces a plan to relocate to the former Sunnyside Market in Linden Hills.
  • Board president Kimberly Proffitt kicks off an ambitions member loan drive.
  • Patronage rebates and how to spend them.
  • Member Profile: Tom Lundgren takes on the role of project coordinator for the co-op’s move and expansion.
  • Specials, events, and Miss Larousse’s Clementines in Spiced Syrup

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October/November 2009

  • Annual meeting invitation (including the top ten reasons to attend!)
  • New co-op website debuts: TheMix.coop is live!
  • Board member Jason Walker reports your co-op is poised for change
  • Fair Trader Scott Patterson of Equal Exchange is in the “Member Spotlight”
  • October specials, events, holiday ordering information

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August/September 2009

  • Meet Featherstone Farm’s Jenni McHugh
  • Board member Rhea Sullivan attends a national co-op conference
  • Keiko Veasy, EcoParent is in the “Member Spotlight
  • Our staff’s favorite local foods
  • Miss Larousse makes Stuffed Tomatoes
  • August specials, events, and more

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Great Gift Cards at Your Local Co-op


Give the gift of great food! We have co-op gift cards available in any amount, and unlike some stores, there are no hidden costs and no expiration dates. Packaged in an attractive gift folder and embellished with colorful photos of delicious food, co-op gift cards are beautiful AND practical. They can also be used at Linden Hills Natural Home. Just ask any cashier, stop by the customer service desk, or call 612-922-1159 to find out more. Co-op gift cards make great shower gifts, wedding presents, and housewarming gifts, too!

Green Patch Groups for 2010


Each fall, Linden Hills Co-op members vote for two Green Patch groups—area nonprofits with a “green” mission. When shoppers use cloth or canvas tote bags they earn a “Green Patch,” worth five cents, which they can drop in a donation box or save up until they can get a dollar back for 20 patches.

Staff Favorites: The Local Edition


Becki, Bulk
Whole Grain Milling’s 8 Grain Hot Cereal, Welcome, MN
Unlike many breakfast cereals and granolas that feel healthy but actually aren’t, this one is really good for you. It cooks up quickly and is very cost effective at $1.49 a pound. Very comforting on cold winter mornings and still great during the summer too.

June/July 2009

  • The Local Lowdown provides hints and tips on how to easily get more locally-grown foods on your plate.
  • Board president Kimberly Proffitt reports on the board’s efforts to define “sustainability.
  • The member spotlight is on Allison LaBonne and Brian Tighe of The Owls and The Starfolk
  • June specials, June & July events, and Miss Larousse’s recipe for simple syrup

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We're Ready for our Close-up!


The talented staff of Linden Hills Co-op is featured in our latest 30-second television commercial, which you might just catch sometime soon on select Minneapolis Comcast Cable programming. Or, if you prefer, take a look at the video on YouTube! And be sure to let us know what you think.