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!
In the Know
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!
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 Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Cheesy Chicken Enchilada
Italian Sausage Tortillini
Tofu Curry (Vegan)
And on the Hot Bar:
Bi-weekly Sales for Everyone
A variety of organic, fair trade, environmentally friendly, high-quality national and regional items at sale prices, plus flyers containing tips, recipes and stories about producers. Look for flyers in store, or click on an image above to view a pdf for August 2–15 or August 16–29. Plus find coupons in the store for more savings on selected items. Not all items available at HPC.
Everyday Low Prices for Everyone
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!
Sale watermelons are gone but the story is still worth telling…
In partnership with the P6 Cooperative and other local retail co-ops, we brought in a bountiful crop of delicious watermelon, fresh from the fields of the south. With every purchase we wove the human fabric more closely – local neighbors connecting to the Federation of Southern Cooperatives, which helps support the economic development of African American farmers and the rural poor.