Until further notice please do not bring in your own containers to refill. We are doing all we can to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. PDT offers bags to all customers at no extra charge for all bulk items.
During the COVID-19 pandemic Pomme de Terre Foods will be offering curb-side grocery pick up. PDT Phone # 320-589-4332
Customers can call in their order of staple items, outlined below, the order will be packed up, totaled, and ready to be picked up. Customers do not need to enter the store, or leave their vehicle. Please use electronic forms of payment when possible.
Items available for curb-side pick up include*: – dry beans – lentils – grains – eggs – flour – sugar – milk – butter – bread *when in stock
When calling in your order please provide your name, vehicle you will
arrive in, a phone number, and your planned method of payment. Please
have patience with us as we learn this new system together and feel free
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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic we wanted to give you an update on PDT.
It will take a community effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. When
you are shopping in the store please wash your hands for at least 20
seconds, or use the single use gloves that are provided when dispensing
any food. We provide access to a customer hand washing sink that can be
used at any time.
PDT staff and volunteers are working to keep the store clean and surfaces disinfected. Anyone that is feeling ill has been asked to stay home.
As of now we are open our normal hours, please continue to check in for updated hours.
If you have any questions please give us a call at 320-589-4332.
Pomme de Terre Foods has MANY opportunities for you to buy in bulk! Buying in bulk does not mean you have to purchase huge packages or quantities, although you could! In our bulk section you get to scoop ANY amount of food into your own container (or one of ours if you forgot yours).
We have Medjool dates sourced directly from Imperial Gardens in California, through a connection with the farmer from one of our long time volunteers! These Medjool dates are packed full of flavor, and high in potassium!
Support your local grocery stores. The New York Times published an article Nov 5th, highlighting the lack of accessibility to grocery stores in many of the same places that contribute to food production for the U.S.. (Click the image below to be brought to the full article.) In our community, every purchase you make, large AND small, is a contribution that allows us to stay open and continue offering locally sourced products.