Twin Cities Co-op Partners (TCCP) is committed to remaining a trusted resource for our owners, shoppers and staff. We’re constantly adapting our stores to best meet the needs of the community during this time of constant change.
Please visit our website for the most current information: tccp.coop/coronavirus-updates
Follow us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter for updates as well.
We opened the Wedge Table in 2015 as a place for our community to gather together and enjoy food. With COVID-19, what it means for the community coming together has changed. And with these changing conditions, we have seen increased challenges in running the Table.
TCCP’s leadership and board have decided to close the Wedge Table through 2020. The last day of business will be July 19. Over the next six months we will be working to re-imagine the space and determine how it can best serve our owners and the community. A big thank you to all the staff who have worked there over the years and all the customers who have supported it.
Due to safety concerns around COVID-19, the co-op is NOT issuing paper owner coupons for our Fall Owner Celebration. Your next owner coupons will be available at the register and through Co-op Curbside during October. Sign up on our website to get an email letting you know what your coupons are and when they’ll be ready for you at tccp.coop/digital-opt-in.
We’re excited to partner with Sift Gluten Free to bring you fresh, gluten-free donuts and muffins, delivered to our bakery case.
Sift Gluten Free is a dedicated gluten-free and peanut-free facility (tree nuts are present), with the majority of items also being dairy-free. Owner Molly Miller launched Sift Gluten Free in 2013, and opened a storefront in south Minneapolis in 2017.
The board is holding all meetings virtually until further notice. They continue to respond to owner questions and concerns. To contact them, call 612-871-3993 (x1817) or email email@example.com.
The 2020 Eat Local Co-op Farm Tour has been cancelled due to the pandemic. Instead, we’re partnering with our fellow Twin Cities co-ops on a “Local Food is Essential” campaign to inspire our co-op community to boost their support of local food producers during this time of economic uncertainty. Get involved at LocalFoodisEssential.org.