What’s New at the Co-op
There’s always something new at the co-op!
From delicious new local food to useful household items to flavors from around the world, you’ll always find something new to love at Lakewinds.
Whatever you choose to try, don’t sweat the details: Our team of dedicated and informed buyers makes sure that everything meets our exacting standards for safety, quality, and sustainability. That means that all of our food items are free from artificial preservatives, sweeteners, and flavors, while our merchandise is free from harmful chemicals like BPAs, lead, and pthalates.
Here’s what new at the co-op this month:
Powered by pea protein, Acremade’s delicious vegan egg substitute tastes as good as the real thing. Now you can have it on the go with easy scramble cups available in a variety of flavors.
Enjoy the gut support of kombucha but find the flavor a bit overpowering? You’re not alone! Better Booch is on a mission to deliver smooth, drinkable kombuchas that you’ll want to sip like a craft beer or cocktail. This month look for the new guava cooler and strawberry lemonade flavors.
Chiya Ayurveda Masala caffeine-free chai
Chiya premade chais are locally brewed from direct-sourced organic tea. The family behind Chiya (who also own Minneapolis’s beloved Namaste Café), have been importing tea from Nepal since the 1970s. This caffeine-free blend is perfect for sipping in the evening, especially when it starts to get chilly. We recommend pairing with ginger snaps!
Here’s another new item from an established local eatery! Since 1984, family-owned Falafel King has been serving Mediterranean food to the Twin Cities. Now you can enjoy their hummus, baba ganoush, garlic dip, and tzatziki from home. Try any of them in our Falafel Chickpea Sandwiches.
The Greater Goods Snacking Co. grain-free biscotti
The women who founded Greater Goods believe in snacking that goes beyond “good enough.” That’s why they’ve crafted flavorful treats made from organic, responsibly sourced, allergy- and special diet-friendly ingredients. Pair these yummy biscotti with your favorite mug of coffee for a little “you” time.
Inkakaw hazelnut chocolate spread
Made locally by the chocolatiers of Rainforest Alliance-certified Hacienda San José, this indulgent hazelnut-infused dessert spread is sure to become your next obsession! The family-owned hacienda grows cacao in Ecuador with a focus on people and planet, while the Minnesota arm of the business prepares and packages the chocolate for sale. Inkakaw is made in partnership with the Minnesota-based American Hazelnut Company, growers of native perennial hazelnuts prized for their sustainability.
Magic Spoon grain-free cereal
Magic spoon has ditched the sugar of popular kid-friendly breakfast cereal but kept the kid-friendly flavors. With options like peanut butter, cinnamon roll, and birthday cake, it won’t be hard to get your kiddos to eat them. And parents will love the fact that in addition to containing zero added sugars, they also pack 13 grams of plant-based protein in each serving.
Once Upon a Farm immunity baby food blends
The immunity blends from this popular baby food maker feature fruits and veggies to help support your kiddos’ health. In addition to being a certified B corporation and Green-e certified for renewable energy use, Once Upon a Farm has earned a Purity Award from the Clean Label Project for their high quality ingredients and product standards.
Sunday Night dessert sauces
You won’t run short of ideas for how to use these rich, decadent chocolate sauces. They’re obviously perfect for drizzling over ice cream sundaes, cakes, or waffles. But they’re also great for scratch-made treats like brownies, frosting, and pudding, or for dipping fresh fruit like strawberries and bananas. Yum!
- Aloha bars (peanut butter chocolate chip, peanut butter cup, chocolate chip cookie dough, coconut chocolate almond), $2.99
- Artisana raw tahini butter, $10.99
- BarUEat bars (original, coffee pecan, peanuts n’ cherries, oatmeal raisin), $2.99
- Bellwether Farms plain sheep yogurt, $7.49
- Bliss Gourmet Foods lemon blueberry granola, $7.49
- Bobo’s protein bars (peanut butter chocolate chip, double chocolate almond)
- Bliss Gourmet Foods lemon blueberry granola, $7.49
- Bonne Maman preserves (plum and blackberry), $6.49
- Bubbie’s sweet relish, $5.99
- California Olive Ranch (balsamic vinaigrette, garlic apple cider vinaigrette, Caesar vinaigrette, carrot miso vinaigrette), $6.99
- Cascadian Farms cereal (fruity crispy rice and no sugar added vanilla crisp), $5.79 – $5.99
- Catalina Crunch cereal (chocolate peanut butter and honey graham), $8.99
- Cocojune plant-based kids yogurt pouches (peach mango, strawberry banana, mixed berry) $2.99
- Crofter’s fruit spread (peach and four fruit), $6.59
- Elmhurst unsweetened milked walnuts, $6.59
- Esti Foods dips (everything bagel and Cool as a Cucumber), $3.99
- Forager Project honey cashewgurt, $6.99
- Go Macro bars (cashew caramel and maple sea salt), $2.99
- Grandy Organics Coconola (cran orange and peanut butter), $8.49
- GT’s new Cocoyo (cacao, raspberry), $6.99
- GT’s new beverage flavors (Alive Lemon Lime, elderberry juniper kombucha), $3.79
- Harmless Harvest coconut yogurt (unsweetened plain, vanilla, and strawberry), $2.49
- Ithaca hummus (lemon dill, lemon garlic, everyone bagel, lemon beet and buffalo ranch), $5.49
- Ithaca fire-roasted salsa (mild and medium), $6.99
- Kite Hill black cherry almond milk yogurt, $2.19
- La Tourangelle salad dressing (balsamic vinaigrette, citrus Chipotle vinaigrette, sesame tahini vinaigrette), $5.99
- Lemonette salad dressing (lemon garlic, Mediterranean herb, zesty cumin, Italian herb, sesame tahini), $6.99
- Lifeway individual kefir (low fat blueberry, low fat strawberry, whole milk mixed berry) $1.99 – $2.49
- Lifeway 32 oz. whole milk mango kefir $5.99
- Maple Hill Creamery whole milk strawberry kefir, $7.49
- Michele’s granola (almond butter and original), $7.99
- Nancy’s oatmilk yogurt (plain, blueberry, passionfruit banana, strawberry, vanilla), $2.29
- Nancy’s kefir (low fat raspberry, whole milk plain) $6.49
- Nature’s Bakery fig bars (blueberry, strawberry, original, gluten-free raspberry), $5.49
- Norr Organic skyrr (whole milk plain), $2.49
- Petitpot new flavors (cheesecake, strawberry cheesecake, and creme brulee), $6.99
- Pitaya frozen dragon fruit and avocado bite-sized pieces, $4.79 – $5.79
- Pickle Juice (sport and sport shot), $2.29 – $3.99
- Primal Kitchen new salad dressings (buffalo ranch, plant-based Caesar), $8.49
- Redwood Hill Farm blueberry pomegranate goat milk kefir, $9.49
- Siggi’s skyrr (cherry creamy, vanilla honey creamy), $2.19
- So Delicious oat milk (original and extra creamy), $5.99
- Sweet Earth new frozen items (Curry Tiger burrito and pad thai bowl), $3.99
- Three Trees organic pistachio nut milk, $7.49