Hampden Park Co-op is looking for new board members – and we invite you to reflect upon your unique gifts. For those who may be looking for ways to generously and enthusiastically elevate their engagement with our co-op community, now is the time to consider joining our board. Read on…
In the Know
Our summer newsletter is out. Member-owners – you should have received it in the mail, or anybody can pick up a copy in the store for their reading enjoyment!
Every year we kick off the gardening season with an outdoor extravaganza of music, food, beer, samples, community partners, kid fun, and plants galore. Relive a bit of Mayfest!
Hours and Location
- Monday - Friday: 7am - 9pm
- Saturday: 9am - 7pm
- Sunday: 9am - 7pm
928 Raymond Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55114
Soup of the Day
Soups for Monday 20, August
Peruvian Lentil & Quinwa - (Vegan)
Southwestern 3 Sisters - (Vegan)
Moroccan Cicken Stew
On the hot bar: Mexican Lasagna
Bi-weekly Sales for Everyone
Co+op Deals are sale prices for all customers on a variety of high-quality national and regional products including organic, fair trade and environmentally friendly items. Look for flyers in store, or click on an image above to view pdf for August 1st – 14th or August 15th – September 4th. Not all products available at HPC.
Like saving more?! Pick up a "Discover" booklet. They contain bi-monthly coupons – some for items already on sale making for even better Co+op Deals. Worth grabbing for the timely tips and delicious recipe alone. Also look for selected coupons throughout the store posted right by the products. Valid through August 31, 2018. Not all items available at HPC.
Low Prices for Everyone Every Day
Co+op Basics – affordable prices on many natural and organic grocery and household staples from popular national and local brands, and the Field Day label. To make shopping easier on your wallet, look for the purple signs to find low prices on more than 200 items throughout the store!
More News, Events & Sales
Support the Tanka Fund – a campaign to return buffalo to the land, diets and economies of American Indian people. Buffalo are not only culturally important – their grazing is more sustainable than cattle ranching for the prairie ecosystem, and buffalo is healthier than many other meats. This fund provides resources to help Natives with economic opportunities in the buffalo products market.