Stop by the bakery for a cup of Fair Trade coffee and fresh muffins, croissants, cinnamon rolls, scones, cookies, bars, and more—all baked from scratch with real butter, real vanilla, and other quality ingredients.


Buy a little or buy a lot—but never more than you need or want. With over 500 unique bulk items, ranging from teas, to grains, to baking supplies, pasta, and even chocolate, there’s something for every shopper. Many of our bulk products are locally sourced and/or organic. Bring your own container or use a provided bag to scoop up the best prices on bulk items at the Co-op. 

a photo of bulk goods at the St. Peter Food Co-op

Dairy & Cheese

The St. Peter Food Co-op is located in the heart of dairy country, which allows us to provide a large selection of fresh and local dairy products. Stop by for a selection of gourmet butter, milk, creamy yogurt, and fresh eggs, including many organic options. Our cheese case is filled with award-winning cheeses made locally and around the world—including sheep, goat, and dairy-free options.

a photo of the cheese selection at the St. Peter Food Co-op


Our Deli uses wholesome ingredients to create mouth-watering, made-from-scratch food that will please meat-eaters, vegetarians, and vegans alike. We offer three hot soups daily, a rotating hot bar, made-to-order sandwiches, burritos and bowls, and a make-your-own fresh salad bar. In a rush? Visit our grab-n-go case for wholesome, homemade sandwiches, sides, snacks, dips, and desserts.

a photo of a sandwich being made in the St. Peter Food Co-op Deli

General Grocery

The Co-op provides shoppers with everything they’ve come to expect at a traditional grocery store. We provide a mix of natural and organic products with many options for vegetarians and vegans. Shoppers can also find a wide selection of gluten-free and Fair Trade items. From small local companies, to nationally known mainstream brands (and everything in between)—we’ve got it.

a photo of the grocery selection at the St. Peter Food Co-op

Gifts & More

Looking for a holiday, host, or birthday gift? Check out our general merchandise for a variety of fun, foodie items. Many products are eco-friendly, locally made, or Fair Trade, including candles, clothing, market baskets, cooking utensils and gadgets, aprons, gardening supplies, books, coffee mugs, water bottles, and much more. Not searching for a gift? The Co-op is the perfect place to treat yourself to something unique.

a photo of scarves and gloves at the St. Peter Food Co-op


Visit our meat department in the back corner of the Co-op for fresh and frozen meats in a variety of cuts and styles. We carry chicken, beef, pork, even buffalo. We take pride in the fact that most of our meat is locally produced, coming from suppliers who raise their animals humanely, consider environmental impact, and do not utilize hormones and antibiotics. Meat not your thing? We have a selection of frozen, sustainably raised seafood as well as meat alternatives. Fresh seafood can always be special ordered (with a 10% discount for Co-op Owners!).

a photo of chicken and pork at the St. Peter Food Co-op


Upon walking through the Co-op doors, shoppers are greeted with an impressive spread of fresh and colorful produce—both organic and conventional. The best produce comes from just a few miles away, so we leverage our relationships with local growers to buy from them as often as possible. Our seasonal offerings frequently include unique varieties such as Purple Potatoes, Beauty Heart Radishes, Tarocco Blood Oranges, Ataulfo Mangos, Hawaiian Blue Ginger, and Gold Beets, just to name a few.

a photo of apples at the St. Peter Food Co-op


Our Wellness Department shelves are stocked with a variety of natural products, including soaps, lotions, essential oils, first aid items, toothpastes, vitamins, minerals, supplements, probiotics, herbal medicines (also known as botanicals), homeopathic & flower remedies, and more. Wellness staff is typically on hand to answer shopper questions about healthy living.

a photo of health and wellness supplies at the St. Peter Food Co-op