The Wedge and Linden Hills want to hear from you! If you have a question to ask us, an idea to improve our store, need info about employment, or if you want to contact the co-op’s Board of Directors, please use the form below and be sure to select the appropriate category. We will not… Read More →
We’re all ears! At Twin Cities Co-op Partners, we’re always looking for ways to improve our stores for our owners, shoppers and community. The 2019 Shopper Survey has closed. Thank you to everyone who gave feedback. Have something you’d like to share with us? Customer comment cards are available in stores and online via the Contact… Read More →
Everyone is loving our new Co-op Curbside service at the Wedge and Linden Hills Co-op. Shop online and pick up at the store (no contact needed)! From quick, convenient trips to large stock-up orders, we’re happy to shop for you and make your life a little easer. Paige, a happy curbside customer agrees: “Co-op Curbside… Read More →
TCCP is now seeking board candidates who are passionate about our co-op, co-op principles and who support building community by creating a strong, local food system. A qualified board candidate is a TCCP co-op owner with strong communication and collaborative dialogue skills, experience managing business or organizational growth, and a commitment to diversity, equity, accessibility… Read More →
Order groceries online for curbside pickup at either store. Check out the FAQ below and get started now!
The Wedge and Linden Hills are committed to remaining a reliable destination in serving our community to provide necessary resources for families, owners and staff. As the safety of our community is our first priority, we want to update and assure you that we are monitoring information regarding COVID. Following along on this page for… Read More →
The Wedge and Linden Hills Co-op have been rooted in our neighborhoods for over 40 years. We understand the importance of supporting local to build a strong community. Through Community Connect, we encourage co-op owners to spend their dollars at cherished local businesses like these. Just show your owner card at these businesses to redeem…
RXBAR identified the potential for undeclared peanut in two varieties in December and initiated a recall of those varieties. They are now expanding the recall out of an abundance of caution, after recently receiving consumer contacts regarding allergic reactions to additional varieties.