30703 Lincoln Rd.
Lindstrom, MN 55045
Phone: 651-257-5113
Fax: 651-257-1006
Email: [email protected]

Open 7 days a week
7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Senior Citizen's Discount
Every Tuesday

Natural & Organic Foods
What is Organic?     Certified Organic Carries a Guarantee     Organic Food Tastes Great!



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Lindstrom Foods began offering Natural and Organic Foods to customers in September of 2000. Since then, the Natural and Organic Foods department has grown to over 2,000 products, including dry grocery, health and beauty care, dairy, frozen meat and dietary supplements. We regularly features Natural and Organic Foods in our advertising and promotional schedule and frequently offer free samples of product to our customers.

Lindstrom Foods management encourages customers to request new and additional products, which they may want and need. Nearly all of the increase in the product carried has come from 

customer requests. Lindstrom Foods management and staff are committed to the growth of Natural and Organic Foods and we are ready to help customers in any waays we can.

At the rate of nearly 30%, Natural and Organic Foods are the fastest growing category in the food industry, nationwide. A growing number of Americans are choosing a healthier diet and lifestyle. A diet consisting of Natural and Organic Foods is a very important source for improving health.

Additionally, many Americans have dietary restrictions and food allergies. Included in the mix of Natural and Organic Food is a wide assortment of products which are free of wheat, gluten, yeast, sugar and dairy.

Blooming Prairie Cooperative Warehouse, located in Mounds View, Minnesota ( is the primary supplier of the Natural and Organic Products to Lindstrom Foods. Lindstrom Foods has full access to all of the products they stock.

What is Organic?

Organic refers to the agricultural systems used to produce food and other products such as cotton. Organic production systems:

replenish and maintain soil fertility;

eliminate the use of toxic chemical pesticides and fertilizers; and

build a biologically diverse agriculture.

Organic foods are minimally processed to maintain the integrity of the food without artificial ingredients, preservatives or irradiation.

"Although we've been able to have as much cosmetically perfect, out-of-season fruit and vegetables as anyone could possibly want, the flavor, freshness, variety, and wholesomeness of produce have been terribly diminished...

Organic and naturally raised ingredients happen to be consistent with both what we want for our kitchen and what we want for our community and our larger environment."     Alice Waters

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Certified Organic Carries A Guarantee

Starting in 1995, all food products labeled organic must be in compliance with the U.S. organic law.
No prohibited substances are applied to the land on which organic food is grown for at least three years.

Farmers and processors alike must keep detailed records of purchases and practices.

All practices and procedures are annually inspected by a third-party certified approved by the USDA.

All farmers and handlers are required to maintain written organic management plans.

Certification is the public's guarantee that the product has been grown and handled according to strict procedures without toxic chemical inputs.

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Organic Food Tastes Great!

It's common sense... well-balanced soils grow strong healthy plants which taste better. Simply try an organic orange, carrot or vine-ripened tomato for a sweet and juicy flavor treat! Recent research indicates organic foods may contain more nutrients as well. Great chefs just can't get enough of it.

You get delicious, nutritious foods when you buy certified organic products... an everyday practice that's also good for Mother Earth.

Organic food and fiber is now widely distributed through the U.S., Canada and Europe. In the U.S., many farmers markets carry organic.

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