• A group of people working on a project in the woods

    Round Up to Help Empower Indigenous, Two Spirit, and African-Descended Queer and Trans People

    Cempazúchitl Collective is an Indigenous led organization that focuses on self empowerment, cultural resilience, traditional building skills, food equity, foraging, harvesting and food processing.

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A green rectangle that reads "Co-op Deals"

A graphic for the CSA Fair on Saturday April 27 that reads "Browse our CSA Guide and RSVP to the Fair"

Franklin Store

2823 E. Franklin Ave. 612-338-2465
8 a.m.–10 p.m.
Bustling city market and community gathering space

Creamery Administrative Offices

2601 E. Franklin Ave. 612-230-5555
Co-op Creamery Cafe Closed

Friendship Store

317 E. 38th St. 612-230-5595
8 a.m.–10 p.m. 
Welcoming, friendly neighborhood store with great parking

Hot Bar Menu

Saturday, April 13

  • Chef's Choice
V Vegan
MWOG Made Without Gluten

*Menu is subject to change and availability


April Donations $3,548 Recipient: Cempazúchitl Collective

March Donations $10,912 Recipient: Isuroon Ethnic Food Shelf