Customers often ask why they should buy dietary supplements and personal care products at Linden Hills Co-op and not at one of the many other stores that carry these products.
The difference = quality + community + customer service.
In the Health and Body Care department at Linden Hills Co-op we only work with companies that use the highest quality ingredients and manufacturing processes. We also feature a large selection of products that are made with organic ingredients and are made by local companies.
We have a great variety of fresh sushi delivered daily from our favorite local supplier to our deli. Stop by to check out the new selections—many of the rolls include delicious and nutritious brown rice, making a treat that’s good for you even better.
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This great article, reprinted by permission from “The Mix,” is by Susan Jane Cheney, St. Paul resident and former member of the Moosewood Restaurant Collective in Ithaca, NY. As the local growing season kicks into high gear, we thought it was a perfect way to prepare co-op shoppers, farmers’ market mavens, and CSA shareholders for the challenge of eating local, longer. Enjoy!
Eat locally” is an old idea making a comeback as the costs to individuals and the environment of long- distance shipping, packaging, and processing of foods are reevaluated.
Previously non-recyclable items are now being collected at Eastside Food Co-op Thursdays and Fridays through Labor Day.
Our health & body care staff is committed to supporting good health for our members and customers. In that spirit, we have decided to remove any products from our shelves that contain 3 or more parts per million of the potential carcinogen,1,4-Dioxane. The number of products we carry that exceed this number was minimal. In addition, we are working with the National Cooperative Grocers Association and our suppliers to ensure that the natural products we carry are safe and will only be safer in the future.
Allergies getting you down? It’s time to start thinking about your nasal health.
Try using a neti pot, an ancient ayurvedic method of cleaning your sinuses. We offer neti pots and neti salt, which you mix with warm water to use in irrigating your nasal passages..
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