We believe everyone has a right to fresh, healthy food.

We recognize the need for our community to access healthy food and to examine the structural roots of disparities in access by supporting racial and economic justice, too.

As a community-owned grocery store, we exist to serve our community. We prioritize our donations to nonprofits in our community who actively work on food access and racial justice. We created a limited income membership option so shoppers on financial assistance can become a co-op member for just $12 and save 10% every day. We ensure food within our stores doesn’t go to waste and donate over 20,000 pounds of food to our local food shelves each year. We recognize how hard of a year this has been and started a new food donation program in response to the increase in hunger our community is experiencing. Below you’ll find access to these resources, along with links to learn more about food justice in the Twin Cities and how to take action.