Cooper's Foods

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Consumer Ratings for Cooper's Foods — 13 Ratings

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Areas Served by Cooper's Foods:

  • Carver Co.
  • Ramsey Co.

Consumer Comments for Cooper's Foods

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Consumer from Saint Paul, MN
Jul 29, 2021
(review for Cooper's in St. Paul) This is a store very much tailored to the neighborhood. There's very little food there that's truly high-end. I think that's a reflection of what the people in the neighborhood will buy. I've noticed over the years that the amount of products like organics and ethnic foods has crept up, which i good. Cooper's seems to sell what sells. When they closed their Sibley Plaza store, they moved their eastern African food inventory in. It didn't sell well at this store so there's it's not here any more. Cooper's is good about putting a couple of cases of a new product on the shelf to see if it sells. If it does, it stays; if not, once it's gone it's gone. They get credit for at least trying new stuff on the shelves. The store is small, which makes it fairly easy to get around. There's a vestigial deli and an ATM and that's about it for extras. Oh, I think they still rent out carpet shampooers and they used to rent videos but I don't think they do any more. They do cut their own meat, which I like. A couple of years ago they updated the store significantly with new refrigerated cases, new flooring and new paint. The store looked really nice. But it doesn't look like much has happened since. The entry doors still don't open automatically and keeping the place clean seems to be a bit of a challenge especially in the winter. Displays have been moved around to direct foot traffic but they look kind of hodgepodge. The place looks a bit shopworn now; it's just not that attractive a store. However, most of the staff has been there for years (a good thing!) and recognizes you when you come in (or at least is pleasant and conversant). Prices are fair. They do go out of their way when you need it. And the store is 4,000% better than a convenience store. I'm glad it's here.
Consumer from SAINT PAUL, MN
Sep 17, 2014
Great little local store. Always good deals on meat and available in small packages for 2 person families.