Your Market

msm-sign The Minnesota Street Market is your hub for local food, art, and education for sustainable living, fostering community connections between land, people, and institutions.

The Minnesota Street Market, a cooperatively owned store, sells local food and local art in the former Loso’s store in downtown St. Joseph, MN. Open to the public, there is no membership required to shop at the Market.

If you’d like to learn more, read our About section!

Please contact us if you are interested in joining as a member or volunteering at the store.

2018 SHOP SMALL CRAWL. 10am-5pm. Saturday, November 24.  Go Big, Shop Small!

Downtown St. Joseph’s best holiday shopping event. See the great Mary Bruno video.

Come to St. Joe to support local and bring the family for this all-day event. Minnesota-made awesomeness. Craft beer and cider.  Food truck.  Live music.  Park and hop on the shuttle to all 5 venues.

The citywide crawl includes these locations: Bad Habit Brewing Company, Bruno Press, Local Blend, Minnesota Street Market (St. Joseph Co-op) and Milk & Honey Ciders

We are the Makers Venue for Saturday’s Shop Small Crawl.  Stop #4 on the Shuttle Tour of 5 St. Joseph venues. 

Grab lunch at Bruno Press from Lily’s Wings mobile restaurant. Catch live music at the Local Blend. Drink a pint at Bad Habit or at Milk-N-Honey Ciders.

Make sure get your card punched at the 5 venues, then turn it in to be entered into a prize drawing.

Saturday Events at Minnesota Street Market


Liz & Travis Hartjes will have a booth of fresh Backwards Bread pastries.

Katie Ballantine (Member #90) will have apple croissants, made with apples from her orchard.


Katie Foley (Member #9) will do a cooking demonstration: Turkey Phở.

Her take on the Vietnamese soup made from rice noodles, broth, vegetables and herbs.

Learn how to reinvent your Thanksgiving turkey into a bowl of intensely flavorful Vietnamese Phở. Is it Fuh? Faux? Definitely FUH, a brothy, herby phenomenon, with a foundation of rice noodles.

1-3:30pm: Samples Galore

Classic Provisions: Cheeses, bread and olive oil.

Jim Degiovanni (Member #31) & Jon Petters (Member #122): Roasted brussel sprouts and homemade Tart Cherry Shrub (also known as “drinking vinegar,” a rediscovered concoction that dates to American colonial times).

Shelly Carlson (Member #451): Maple Fondue and Squash Soup.

Danielle Taylor (Member #73): Fresh Cranberry Salsa.  A different take on fresh cranberries. Quick and easy.  Makes a great holiday — or any day! — appetizer.  Fresh cranberries, a little honey to balance the tartness, spicy jalapeños, cilantro and onion. Beautiful colors.  Also goes well with pork or leftover turkey.

Artists at Minnesota Street Market 

Katie Ballantine (pottery)

Longshadow Woodworks (cutting boards and more)

Thumbs Cookies (by Robyn Frank) (tiny gourmet cookies)

Janelle Carlson (candles and soaps)

Burly Babe Woodworking (jewelry)

Lit Up (unique lighting pieces)

Plus others:  Anita Jacobson (felted items), Chuck Norwood (photographs), Anne Buckvold (prints), Desi Murphy (pottery), Dave Glenn (pottery), Joe Singewald (pottery), Gayle Singewald (bags), Toni Pflueger (bags), Rustic River (canvas items).

Lots of fresh, local produce!
From many varieties of leafy greens to broccoli to cabbages, and more, we work with farmers in Stearns County and in our region to bring you the freshest, highest-quality and sustainably-raised produce from as close by as we can get it.


When you buy fresh, local produce at our community-owned store, you are supporting the local economy, real food grown locally, local growers in our region, and sustainable farming practices.

And food delivered direct from the farm is tasty. As member-owner Kathy Doyle of St. Joseph says:  “Food tastes better when you know the person who grew it!”

Meet Member-Owner #509: Hosanna Fortmeyer, pictured here with friend, Katelyn Boyer, from her hometown in Kansas 


“I shop at the Minnesota Street Market because I want to support smaller stores that provide local and/or organic options. I believe that spending my money this way is a way to vote for the kind of food system I want to see, and has an impact beyond simply feeding myself. Plus there are so many wonderful things to try at the co-op!”


Hours: Mon–Fri 9 am–7 pm · Sat 10 am–6 pm · Sun 11 am–6 pm
Location: 27 West Minnesota Street, St. Joseph, MN 56374 · Mailing Address: PO Box 397, St. Joseph, MN 56374
(320) 363-7733 ·