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Co-op Farm Tour

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Saturday, July 14 | 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. | Over 30 Urban & Rural Farms Every summer, Mississippi Market partners with a dozen other Twin Cities-area food co-ops to host the Co-op Farm Tour. The tour is proudly sponsored by local food co-ops, whose shoppers, members, and staff cooperatively bolster…

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July Positive Change: American Indian Family Center

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July’s Positive Change recipient is the American Indian Family Center (AIFC). Located on Saint Paul’s East Side, AIFC has provided culturally specific, holistic health services to clients and their families for over 20 years. They host cooking demonstrations, provide clients with healthful recipe ideas, run an on-site farmers’ market,…

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Nordic Naturals Pop-up Sale at West 7th

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Wednesday, July 11 | All Day | Demos 12:00-6:00 p.m. | West 7th Store Visit our West 7th store on Wednesday, July 11th for a 1-day-only Nordic Naturals pop-up sale! Save 30% on all Nordic Naturals supplements, including vitamins, Omega-3 fish oil, probiotics, gummies, pet health supplements, and…

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Local Profile: Farmer to Farmer

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Farmer to Farmer (FTF) is a primarily volunteer-run nonprofit that supports international peace, mutually beneficial friendships, and cross-cultural understanding among rural farmers. A Wisconsin-based organization with deep grass-roots beginnings, FTF does much more than operate a successful fair-trade coffee business. Rooted in the creation of solidarity among small groups of…

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Co-op Proud to Support Pride

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Sunday, June 24 | 11:00 a.m. | Hennepin Ave. N, Minneapolis Show your love for our diverse LGBTQ community at the 2018 Twin Cities Pride Parade! Staff members from Mississippi Market and six other Twin Cities food co-ops, including Eastside, Hampden Park, Lakewinds, Seward, Valley Natural, and Wedge/Linden…

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June Positive Change: Cookie Cart

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June’s Positive Change recipient is Cookie Cart, a nonprofit organization that provides teens ages 15 to 18 years old with lasting and meaningful work, life, and leadership skills through experience and training in their urban bakeries. Cookie Cart has been providing teens with these opportunities at their North Minneapolis bakery in a safe,…

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Serve your Community: Run for the Board

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This October, co-op member-owners will elect new board members for three-year terms. This is an exciting opportunity to serve your community and lead your co-op in shaping our collective future. The board of directors sets policy and governance parameters and acts as the decision-making body for your…

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2018 MN FoodShare March Campaign Totals

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This past March, 16 food co-ops from around Minnesota, also known as the Cooperating Minnesota Food Co-ops team, collectively raised funds for the annual Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign. Mississippi Market participates each year in the campaign, a program that provides food, funds, and educational materials to over 300 food shelves…

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May Positive Change: Spark-Y

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May’s Positive Change recipient is Spark-Y, a local nonprofit organization that empowers over 1,300 Twin Cities youth annually through hands-on school and summer internship programs focused on sustainable agriculture education. Spark-Y’s approach to empowering youth through education rooted in sustainability and entrepreneurship is served through three main programs: School Programming: Spark-Y partners…

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Springtime Barley Pilaf Recipe

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By Mississippi Market Chef Partner Kristin Hamaker of Goosefoot Kitchen Let’s think about barley beyond soup and give it another stage. This mild, toothsome grain is a perfect vehicle for the clean flavors of spring. This can be served as a main course, along with a green side salad and…

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