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“Source Guide” listings from the latest Edible Twin Cities magazine. (For breweries and vineyards, see our “Drink Local” list below.)

Northern Brewer – Northern Brewer offers the freshest ingredients and best equipment.  Our customer service is second to none, and we’re here to make sure that you succeed in your home fermentation endeavors.  Brew, share, enjoy! 6021 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55419; 612-843-4444. Or, 1150 Grand Ave., St. Paul, MN 55105; 651-223-6114. Or, 800-681-BREW.,, 800-681-BREW


Farm to Fork – Real Foods personal chef service that uses local, seasonal, and sustainable foods to create highly-tailored, healthy menus for families and individuals.  In-home cooking services, cooking instruction and small-scale catering.  Call Kristin at 651.231.4356 or visit her website at


Sweet Jules Gifts – At Sweet Jules Gifts we’ve taken the hands-on approach to candy making by personally crafting and perfecting signature ingredients valued for their unique flavors. We are confident that by putting in a little extra time and effort, we can deliver the truest flavors and showcase the very best. Chef Jeremiah Tower: “I only eat Sweet Jule’s caramels when I am happy and when I’m sad…”


Eastside Food Coop — The Twin Cities’ newest and friendliest co-op, situated in the heart of the N.E. Arts District. We are passionate about good food, good service, and community. 2551 Central Ave. N.E., Minneapolis, MN 55418; 612-788-0950;

Ferndale Market – As third-generation family farmers, we know what it takes to grow good food. We’re proud to provide a premier selection of sustainable and artisanal foods, sourced from over 70 local farmers and food producers. 31659 County 24 Blvd., Cannon Falls, MN 55009; 507-263-4556.

Mississippi Market — Keeping it local in St. Paul since 1979.  Certified organic grocer. Fresh produce. Sustainably raised meats. Local foods. Gluten free options. Full service deli, local & imported cheeses. Delivery service available.  622 Selby Ave & 1500 West 7th St.

Seward Co-op – Seward Co-op is a natural foods cooperative that’s been providing the community with the highest quality products and services since 1972. We’re committed to offering healthful, locally grown or raised organic foods and wellness products. 2823 East Franklin Ave., Minneapolis, MN, 612-338-2465.

Twin Cities Local Food — Online, year-round farmers’ market offering seasonal produce, grass-fed meats, dairy, grains, oils and more with weekly pickups around the metro. No minimum order required; order what you want, when you want.

Valley Natural Food — We are a community-owned cooperative located in Burnsville, bringing consumers high-quality foods at a fair price. Through the Co+op Deals we are able to offer great savings on many of your favorite national brands. 13750 County Road 11, Burnsville, MN 55337;

Wedge Coop – The first Certified Organic grocery in Minnesota, with more than 15,000 member-owners. The Wedge has been committed to local food producers since 1974. Everyone is welcome, every day. 2105 Lyndale Ave. South, Minneapolis, MN 55405; 612-871-3993.

Cedar Summit Farm – Cedar Summit Farm is Minnesota’s only 100 percent grass-fed creamery, producing organic cream top milk, cream, and yogurt. Owned and operated by the Minar family in New Prague since 1926. Healthy, local, single-source, family farm. USDA Organic and American Grassfed Association Certified. Look for us in co-ops, health, and natural food stores across the Upper Midwest. 952-758-6886;

 Featherstone Fruits and Vegetables – Featherstone Fruits and Vegetables is located in southeastern Minnesota, where we grow our crops on 250 acres of rich farmland in a variety of micro-climates where they attain peak quality. We are certified organic and have over 16 years of experience in CSA production. 507-459-5209;

Little Flower Farm – We are a small, family-run, horse-powered farm located in the beautiful rolling hills of the Driftless Region of Wisconsin. We raise pastured lamb for seasonal delivery to the Twin Cities and Madison areas. Our lamb is 100% grass-fed. We use herbal worming regimens and rotational grazing to ensure healthy, happy sheep, and a sustainable approach to our stewardship of the land. Offering pre-ordered halves and wholes for Fall delivery. 608-466-0905;

Shepherd’s Way Farms – Minnesota artisan sheep milk cheese since 1994. We handcraft every wheel of award-winning cheese on our family farm near Northfield. Find our cheese at local co-ops, Byerly’s, Lunds, Kowalski’s, Surdyks and other specialty cheese shops or at Mill City Farmers Market and St. Paul Farmers Market. Or join our cheese CSA! 507-663-9040; 

Wood’s Edge Apple Orchards – High-quality, greatvalued fruit in a “back to the country” atmosphere. We have pumpkins, squash, honey, Fall U-Pick raspberries, cider, fall décor, a beautiful new gift shop, and more. We practice integrated pest management for minimal spraying. We are open THURSDAY through -SATURDAY 10am – 6pm; SUNDAYS noon – 6pm; MONDAYS 3-6 pm. November hours are Saturday-Sunday only. 3 miles north of Buffalo or 6 miles south of Monticello at the junction of State Hwy 25 and Co Rd 113. 1901 50th St NE. 763-682-4409.

Egg|Plant Urban Farm Supply – Egg|Plant Urban Farm Supply sells seeds, plants, tools and supplies for your backyard homestead in the city.  1771 Selby Ave., St. Paul, MN 55104; 651-645-0818.  

Mother Earth Gardens –We are an urban, boutique garden center specializing in organic gardening. Huge selection of herbs and over 50 varieties of heirloom tomatoes. Visit us year-round for winter seed starting, summer native plants, local autumn decor, and herbicide-free Xmas trees. Two locations: 3738 42nd  Ave. S., 612-724-2296; and 2318 N.E. Lowry Ave.; 612-789-0796;


The Everyday Table – Reconnect with food that delivers nutrition, flavor, and fun at The Everyday Table.  We’re a dietitian and chef duo that is proud to provide a variety of nutrition services that will inform and inspire you to get back into the kitchen and eat healthier.  Visit our website for more information.



Nordicware – Family-owned American manufacturer of quality cookware, bakeware, microwave and barbecue products and specialty kitchenware distributed worldwide. The Factory Store is requented by home cooks, chefs and restaurant owners and hosts twice-monthly evening classes. 4925 Highway 7, St. Louis Park; 952-924-9672;



Seed Savers Exchange – Seed Savers Exchange is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving and sharing heirloom seeds. Since 1975, our members have been passing on our garden heritage by collecting and distributing thousands of samples of rare garden seeds to other gardeners. 3094 North Winn Road, Decorah, Iowa 52101; 563-382-5990;



Raw Bistro — At Raw Bistro, we believe in the power of the raw diet to help pets live their healthiest and happiest lives. We also care deeply about animal welfare, sustainable farming practices and the health of our shared planet. What’s good for one is good for all. Visit our website for more information and store locations.


Barbette – “Best French Restaurant, populist vote” by Mpls. St. Paul Magazine, Barbette has also received “best of’s” from local press for its late night dining, desserts, wine list, date spot, music and, of course, those French fries that accompany Read the rest

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