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  • Produce at Its Peak: Beets and Blood Oranges

    Blood Oranges and Beets

    There are a few fruits that I look forward to all year and when they are finally in season, I eat as much of them as I can as often as possible. Not only eaten out of hand, but added to dishes sweet and savory alike. In the winter, during citrus season, the blood orange is my fruit of choice with its sanguine flesh and raspberry...

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  • Sales Flyer


    Store Specials

    Owner Deals


    Feb. 3 - Feb. 16

    Feb. 17 - Mar. 1

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  • Friendship Store Grand Opening

    Join us Saturday, Feb. 13, from 11 a.m.–3 p.m., at the Friendship store for a variety of activities, including samples from favorite P6 vendors and raffles for gift cards, free classes, meat bundles, and more.

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  • Charm Your Sweetheart at the Co-op this Valentine's Day

    This Valentine’s Day, treat your sweetheart to brunch at the co-op! And don't miss out on free bouquet wrapping at both store locations between 1–5 p.m.

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  • Avocado Month at Seward

    In the spirit of Avocado Month, avocados are on special for the entire month of February. Read this story to learn more about Equal Exchange avocados.

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  • Five Things You Did Not Know About Goats

    While goat might seem an unusual meat to some, the truth is it's only unusual in the United States. Goats’ popularity throughout the world is a result of their ability to thrive in nearly any environment.

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  • Cajun Boudin Sausage Sale

    Cajun Boudin sausage returns to the Seward Co-op Meat departments just in time for Mardi Gras! Stop in and try this sausage out for yourself.

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  • Slow Cooker Goat Tacos

    Low and slow is the way to go whenever cooking goat. As a starting point, follow the same cooking techniques that you would when cooking lamb. This slow cooker goat taco recipe is accessible to both newbies and seasoned veterans.

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  • Two-ingredient Pancakes

    Eating healthfully and affordably can be challenging. Whether you have budget constraints or are just looking for ways to save on your grocery bill, Nourish offers something for everyone. These simple, protein-packed, wheat-free pancakes taste amazing — and they will feed four people for under $10. Try these out for a nice Valentine's Day brunch!

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  • Garden of Life raw meal

    Garden of Life LLC is voluntarily withdrawing a limited quantity of its Raw Meal Organic Shake & Meal chocolate, original, vanilla and vanilla chai because they have the potential to contain Salmonella Virchow. Though Garden of Life routinely performs pathogen testing on every...

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  • Produce At Its Peak: Turnips and Rutabaga

    People often joke about how much Minnesotans like to talk about the weather. When it comes to produce, however, weather is not just small talk–for the most part, it is the reason we have or do not have produce to sell.

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  • Produce At Its Peak: Turnips and Rutabaga

    People often joke about how much Minnesotans like to talk about the weather. When it comes to produce, however, weather is not just small talk–for the most part, it is the reason we have or do not have produce to sell.

    This is true locally – a late frost in spring can wipe out an entire autumn apple crop...

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  • Co-op Creamery Cafe Updates

    The Creamery Café has new winter hours: 8 a.m.–2 p.m. daily and 4–10 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Also starting in January, Tuesday nights are Owners’ Night! Seward Co-op owners receive 15% off their entire purchase from 6–10 p.m.

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  • Save the Date: Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair!

    Come to Seward Co-op's 15th annual Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair on Saturday, April 16, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Franklin store parking lot.

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  • Co-op Creamery Cafe Video

    Watch a video tour of the Co-op Creamery that goes behind the scenes of the cafe through the production kitchen.

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  • SEED Record Set by Isuroon Ethnic Food Shelf

    This past December, the co-op set a new SEED record when it raised $24,099 for Isuroon Ethnic Food Shelf in a single month.

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  • Step-By-Step Guide to Sustainable Egg Dying

    How to Make Natural Egg-Dyes

    Ingredients:

    Any number of hollowed white eggs
    One pot per color of dye
    1 Tbsp. white vinegar per cup of strained dye liquid (optional)
    Bowls or egg cartons for drying dyed eggs
    Paper towels

    Don’t be too precious about this process....

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  • Annual Super Bowl Snack Off!

    Stop by the Franklin and Friendship stores on Saturday, Feb. 6, from noon-3 p.m. to sample your favorite game-day munchies and pick up some ready-made snacks from our deli to make entertaining a breeze.

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  • Evan Healy Chamomile Eye Cream

    Evan Healy announced a recall involving Chamomile Eye Cream (0.5 oz; retail $31.99). The recall is being issued due to reports of contamination and mold. We have removed all product from the shelf and will discontinue the item.

    We will be providing an alternative from Evan Healy, their Certified Organic Wild Carrot Nourishing Eye Balm. Recalled products will be fully refunded at either...

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  • Sweet Leaf Tea Recall

    The FDA is issuing a recall on Sweet Leaf tea in glass bottles. The recall was issued because glass fragments were found in Sweet Leaf tea bottles. This recall has not been linked to illnesses and we do not currently carry the affected products at any of our locations.

    The following varieties of the 16 oz. Sweet Leaf tea were affected and sold at $1.99. Sweet Leaf Tea Raspberry...

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  • New Signage in the Stores

    When shopping at our stores you may notice some signage updates aimed to enhance the Seward shopping experience. We’d like to draw your attention to the produce and cheese signage in particular.

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  • Bulk Schultz Eggs Recall

    Seward Co-op is issuing a voluntary recall on bulk Schultz Eggs (Bulk; retail $3.99/dozen or $0.34 each) because we were shipped free-range eggs that were mislabeled as organic. We sold these eggs as organic when they were not certified organic. This recall has not been linked to illnesses.

    The affected product has a PLU of 6 or 66. The product would have been sold between November 20,...

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  • Soup Production Space at Franklin

    There’s a lot of growth happening at Seward Community Co-op. Now that the majority of grab ‘n’ go, bakery, and sausage production has been transplanted from the Franklin store to the Co-op Creamery building, production at the store level has significantly changed.

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  • Produce at Its Peak: Brussels Sprouts

    For the most part, even a light frost signals the end of the growing season across the north. But for many members of the brassicaceae family (Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, collard greens), cooler temperatures trigger a survival response that...

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  • 2015 SCF Recipients

    Seward Community Co-op launched the Seward Community Fund (SCF) in 2005. The establishment of the SCF embodies our co-op's commitment to grow not just as a business, but also as a community resource for organizations whose work aligns with our vision for a healthy community.

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