Certified SuperShelf Sites
Valley Outreach - Stillwater
White Bear Area Emergency Food Shelf
360 Communities - Burnsville Resource Center
360 Communities - Our Daily Bread Food Shelf
360 Communities - Rosemont
Westonka Food Shelf
Waite House Food Shelf - Pillsbury United Communities - Minneapolis
Meeker Area Food Shelves - Litchfield and Dassel Locations
ACBC Emergency Food Shelf - Anoka
ICA Food Shelf - Minnetonka
Community Action Center Northfield
Steele County Food Shelf - Owatonna
The Aliveness Project Food Shelf - Minneapolis
Community Emergency Services - Minneapolis
McLeod Area Food Shelf - Hutchinson and Glencoe locations
Riverworks Food Shelf - Rockford
Catholic Charities Food Shelf of St. Cloud
Department of Indian Work Food Shelf (Interfaith Action) - Saint Paul
Bemidji Community Food Shelf
Kitchen Table Food Shelf - Tracy
Morrison County Food Shelf - Little Falls
Pipestone County Area Food Shelf
Thief River Falls Area Food Shelf
Wabasha Area Food Shelf
Two Harbors Area Food Shelf
Pine River Food Shelf
Dorothy Day Food Pantry - Moorhead
La Cresent Food Shelf
Sibley County Food Share
Belle Plaine Area Food Shelf
IOCP Food Shelf - Plymouth
Peace Center Food Shelf - New Prague
Delano Helping Hands
Monticello Help Center
Watonwan County Food Shelf
Kandiyohi County Food Shelf
Waconia United Food Shelf
CAER Food Shelf - Elk River
Longville Area Food Shelf
Channel One Food Shelf
Plus more on the way!
Types of SuperShelf Sites
Certified SuperShelf: Fully certified SuperShelves who excel at providing a welcoming environment for communities to access appealing, healthy food. A Certified SuperShelf has passed the certification tool.
In-Progress: A food shelf that has signed an MOU with the SuperShelf leadership team, and is on its way to transformation. This food shelf has not been certified.
ACBC Food Shelf
Riverworks Food Shelf
360 - Burnsville
SuperShelf NIH Research
These sites have been selected to transform into SuperShelf as part
of the NIH research evaluation grant.
These four food shelves helped to test the first full iteration of SuperShelf through the University of Minnesota Extension. These four food shelves were flexible partners, working with SuperShelf to test, edit, and implement a more solidified SuperShelf transformation process. This pilot was funded by BECR and UMN Extension Family Development/SNAP-Ed.
Early Champion Sites
These food shelves helped to create and test the earliest versions of SuperShelf. They dedicated intense time and resources without any significant financial incentives, and SuperShelf is successful because of their previous and continued partnership.
Early on, before we had an idea of what SuperShelf could become, Valley Outreach food shelf in Stillwater was paving the way for this work. They partnered with HealthPartners to complete a healthy food shelf transformation, and this initial transformation serves as the foundation for SuperShelf today.