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  • Produce at its Peak: A Taste of Spring

    Spring has begun in fits and starts. As regions that have been dormant for the winter begin to awaken in succession we start to see some signs of spring in the Produce department as well. While springtime brings the promise of more variety from fields closer to home, it is also a harbinger of change in general as growing regions shift as well as thaw.

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  • Grill, Baby, Grill

    Think of your grill like the bat-signal from the old Batman series.

    Your grill is a beacon of good smells that alerts your neighborhood what veggies and...

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  • Job Informational Open House Recap

    On Tuesday, May 19, the co-op hosted a job information open house at the Sabathani Community Center. More than 60 people attended to talk with co-op staff about open positions and learn more about careers at the co-op.

  • Friendship Construction Update

    The construction of the Friendship store is now more than half way complete! Activity is ramping up and will accelerate in the coming months. In the past few weeks, the retaining wall on the east and south side of the parking lot was completed, as were roof and siding installation. On the inside, the concrete floor was poured...

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  • Seward Hires Co-op Creamery Chef

    Photo credit to Peter Sieve - Heavy Table

    Photo credit to Peter Sieve - Heavy Table

    We are pleased to announce the hire of Lucas Almendinger as Executive Chef of the Co-op Creamery. The café, set to open...

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  • Seward Co-op plans for a Mutual Benefit Agreement with BNO and CANDO

    A letter from General Manager Sean Doyle: In June 2014 leadership at the co-op was approached by Bryant Neighborhood Organization (BNO) and Central Area Neighborhood Development Organization (CANDO) to consider a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA). Over the course of the...

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  • Recipe: Grilled Peach & Blueberry Cobbler

    We have some delicious organic blueberries in the Produce Department right now, some of the sweetest of the year so far. They're from California, but the price makes them a great choice for all the grilling you're going to do this summer.

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  • Recall: Sweet Lovin Brownies

    Seward co-op today issued a voluntary recall of our Seward Co-op Bakery’s Sweet Lovin Brownies due to a piece of metal found in today’s batch. No illnesses or injury have been associated with this product.

    All Sweet Lovin Brownies were removed from the shelf today, Wednesday, May 20, 2015.

    The price of this recalled product was $8.99 per pound on Wednesday, May 20,...

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  • Sales Flyer


    Store Specials

    Owner Deals


    May 20 - Jun. 2

    May 20 - Jun. 2

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  • Win a 1-Year Nice Ride MN Membership

    The winner of the One-Year Nice Ride Minnesota membership is @mshoward03 (who follows Seward Co-op on Instagram)! Congrats to @mshoward03 & thanks to everyone who entered the ‪#‎ridetoseward‬ drawing.

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  • Produce at its Peak: A Wild-Crafted Spring

    While we anticipate the regional greenhouses and fields to produce in earnest, we are already enjoying an ephemeral bounty from forest and stream with wild-crafted watercress, nettles, and ramps. Harvested by trusted and familiar P6 farmers from Keewaydin and Harmony Valley farms (both in Wisconsin), these wild-crafted plants are nutrient dense, distinctly flavorful, and fleeting.

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  • Bike It to the Co-op

    Now that warmer weather is upon us, Seward Co-op would like to encourage shoppers to bike to the co-op whenever possible! We want to make it worth your while to make the extra effort. Pick up a sticker at Customer Service to wear proudly on your helmet or bicycle.

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  • I Saw the Sign: The Co-op Creamery Cafe

    The Co-op Creamery isn't open yet, but you can almost hear the happy co-op owners inside chatting about a food revolution when you see the new sign, can't you?

  • Recipe: Local Ramp Pesto Pizza

    At Seward Co-op, organic ramps are like robins or the first day of baseball for some: Traditional signs of spring that we dream about longingly in winter. But ramps might be unknown to many folks. Here's a great recipe to spread the love we have for ramps.

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  • May 19: Informational Open House on Employment

    Seward Co-op will host an informational open house on employment: Attend the open house at the Sabathani Community Center (310 E. 38th St., Minneapolis) in room #103 on Tuesday, May 19, from 5–8 p.m.

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  • Memorial Day Hours at Seward Co-op

    Seward Co-op will be open regular hours on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25th, from 8.a.m. to - 10 p.m. Check out our many store and owner specials for the big weekend, especially if you're grilling, camping, or getting outdoors.

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  • Seward's Bakery Team Wins Third Place

    Seward Co-op took home the "Bronze Medal" in the Second Annual Dandelion Honey Pastry Chef Challenge. The Bronze-winning Beinenstich "Bee Sting" Cake was designed by Seward Co-op's Bakery Supervisor Mary Vorndran.

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  • Jeni's Ice Cream Recall

    Jeni’s Ice Cream has issued a voluntary recall of all their flavors of ice cream because of possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes. To date, no illnesses have been associated with these products.

    Listeria monocytogenes is an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people and others with weakened...

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  • Updates: Friendship, Co-op Creamery Cafe, Hiring

    Progress is picking up on both the Friendship store construction and the Co-op Creamery. See what we've been up to and what we have coming up in the next few months!

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  • Mother's Day Nifty Gifts

    This Mother's Day, Seward Co-op has a wide array of great flowers on sale: potted plants, cuts, roses, and begonias. And on Mother's Day Sunday, bouquet-wrapping is free on Sunday morning till noon.

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  • P6 Flowers For Mother's Day

    Just a few days left before Mother's Day, and our Floral Department is filling up. Here's a list of what we'll have on hand for the new mom, the grand-mom, or your own mom this Sunday. And remember: Free bouquet-wrapping 8 am to noon on Sunday, May 10.

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  • Plant a Pollinator Garden

    With the addition of new hives on the roof of the Franklin store, our friends at Beez Kneez have us thinking about pollinators. If you're concerned about the health of bees and butterflies too, now is the perfect time to start taking action. Because one of the best things individuals can do to support pollinators is plant a pollinator garden .

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  • Your Co-op is a Hive of Activity


    Seward Co-op is a veritable hive of bee-activity this month, all in the name of saving our pollinators. Want to get in on the action with us? You can take...

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  • Kare 11 on the Seward CSA Fair

    The Fourteenth Annual Seward Co-op CSA Fair is this Saturday, April 18 and Tom Vogel of Seward Co-op (Marketing Manager) was on KARE-11 this morning to talk about CSAs, meeting farmers, and the big fair on Saturday.

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  • Time to go Farmer-Shopping with CSAs

    This Saturday is the 2015 Seward CSA Fair. Still looking for a CSA to join? Would you like to hang out with farmers, meet our friends the Beez Kneez, and maybe win some amazing prizes? Then join us Saturday, April 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Seward Co-op for a day of fun in the sun (we hope!).

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