We're happy to carry this new old-fashioned beverage that is local, small-batch crafted and a serious thirst quencher – Saint Paul Switchel – a "haymaker's punch" with the natural restorative benefits of fresh ginger, apple cider vinegar and wildflower honey. And that's it – just 3 ingredients! Sip it straight, even use in cocktails – it's sweet-tangy and all-out refreshing!
We've received valuable feedback on this important communication tool so we're going back to the drawing board with the design. Look for a new HPC newsletter in August. In the meantime, your next set of member-owner discount coupons are at the register!
Introducing our own cookies! Made with love by our house baker right here in our kitchen, we keep the flavors delicious, the quality high, and the ingredients simple and clean.
The weather was amazing on Saturday, May 13th, and the company even more amazing! Thanks to all who came out to celebrate Mayfest. Check out the video of Carnage the Executioner, Omaur Bliss and Jason Denku Miller freestyling, and read on to see a complete list of performers. We are happy to have so much local talent in our midst!
Dina Kountoupes from Harvest Moon Edible Landscapes was here the afternoon of Friday, May 12th, answering questions about transforming a yard – whether it be a back, front, business or school yard – into a destination of beautiful abundance!
Plastic bag recycling is back! We've found a new vendor. Look for the BIG black bin in the entryway.
We have plants galore! Find a nice selection of bee & butterfly friendly annuals, perennials, natives, heirlooms and hybrids from Glacial Ridge Growers. It's a perfect time to get digging in the Minnesota dirt.
Brighten your day – or somebody else's! We now carry Minnesota grown, fresh cut flowers from Len Busch, a company with a nearly two-hundred year history of horticulture. Hampden Park Co-op – your food and florist one-stop shop.
As the winter recedes, our thoughts turn towards seeds! Many folks shopping at the co-op in the last few weeks have been asking us how to start seeds inside. Here are some great tips and helpful hints.
As part of Hampden Park Co-op’s commitment to participating in the Principle 6 Cooperative Movement (supporting small, local, and/or cooperative businesses) we invited in two local artists, Jason Kaping, owner of Pig’s Eye Pottery and Kevin Caufield, owner of Caufield Clay to sell their handmade pottery in the store over the holidays and into the spring.