Want to dye your eggs for a colorful treat?
Check out Frontier Co-op’s recipes for natural egg dyeing using our bulk herbs and spices!
We’re excited to now offer our member-owners an e-receipt option. Interested? All you need to do is let your cashier know that you’d like to have your receipts emailed as the default and make sure that we have your email address on file (your cashier can help you with this, too). This means less paper AND less energy is used for each transaction!
Need your receipt for a return? Just show us your receipt on a smart phone or print the receipt from your email.
In 2014 we raised 24,057.22 dollars/pounds for our neighborhood food shelves! Thank you to all who donated & gave during the month of March. and helped us beat our goal of 24,000 dollars/pounds of food.
Each March, Mississippi Market takes part in the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign, a program of the Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches.
For each reusable bag that shoppers use at our stores they can choose to donate 5 cents toward the MN FoodShare through our EcoStamp program. Anyone can also round-up their purchases or donate a dollar amount at the registers.
And, check this out… Minnesota food co-ops together collected 100,271 dollars/pounds for our food shelves statewide!
Isn’t it amazing what cooperation can do?
Beginning in March, member-owners over the age 62 get 5% off their groceries, every Thursday! The first Senior Savings Thursday is:
Spark-Y is a Twin Cities non-profit that provides entrepreneurial sustainable education for youth through St. Paul high schools and partner organizations. They empower students to learn through hands-on experiences with sustainable and urban agriculture systems including aquaponics, vermi-composting, algae cultivation, and mushroom cultivation. During coursework, students learn to construct and build our systems as a team; followed by study rich curriculum covering diverse subject matter demonstrated by the projects. Your EcoStamp donation in February will help support this work.
Thank you to those who shopped with reusable bags in January and chose to donate your credit to the Minnesota Food Association‘s Immigrant & Minority Farms Conference. Together we raised $1,059 in support of the conference! It’s truely amazing how the 5¢ adds up!