Happy Hot Tea Month from the St. Peter Food Co-op! Learn more about our bulk and boxed tea varieties, local honey, and dairy alternatives—everything you need to make the perfect cup of tea this winter.
In search of a last minute gift this holiday season? The St. Peter Food Co-op is well-known for our food, including our deli and grocery items, but we also carry a variety of unique gifts perfect for everyone on your list.
We see your pumpkin pie and raise you a Marionberry. Learn more about this delicious pie with berries hailing from Oregon… and plan to pick one up from the St. Peter Food Co-op for Thanksgiving this year!
Annual pre-orders for Ferndale turkeys are open now! Every year for Thanksgiving, the St. Peter Food Co-op sells local, pasture-raised turkeys from Ferndale Farms. Family owned and operated for three generations, Ferndale Farm was established in 1939. Their turkeys are raised without antibiotics; fed a natural diet from a local feed mill; and processed without […]
Tried and tested by St. Peter Food Co-op Store Operations Manager, Erik Larson, this fresh and easy-to-make salsa tastes delicious on top of any grilled dish. With sales on Asian pears, pomegranates, and sirloin steak this week, now is an excellent time to give it a try!
October has arrived, bringing more than just all-things-pumpkin-spice. This month we’re celebrating a number of special food-related occasions, including Fair Trade Month, Co-op Month, National Apple Month, Vegetarian Awareness Month, National Seafood Month, and National Cookie Month!
It’s finally fall! Learn more about two local Co-op producers: King of the North Grape Juice and Montgomery Orchard.
The distance between a winter zucchini and a summer zucchini from the Farmers’ Market is substantial, so when my favorite vegetable is in season, I make the best of it. Here are 3 ways I’ve found to keep the zucchini love coming all winter long.