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  • Plant a Pollinator Garden

    With their Dandelion Honey Pastry Chef Challenge next week, 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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  • TODAY! CSA Fair 2015 at Seward Co-op

    Meet and make friends with local farmers at Seward's CSA Fair on Saturday, April 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit with area farmers, learn about different CSA programs, and sign up for the share that’s right for you.

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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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  • Sales Flyer


    Store Specials

    Owner Deals


    Apr. 15 - Apr. 28

    Apr. 15 - Apr. 28

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  • Time to go Farmer-Shopping: Come to the CSA Fair!

    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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  • 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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  • Pollinators on the Roof: Two Beehives Coming to Seward!

    Seward Co-op is partnering with Minneapolis-based The Beez Kneez, to launch an urban beekeeping site on the rooftop of its Franklin store. The project, set to launch some time this month, will provide a safe habitat where bees will produce honey that, hopefully, will in turn be sold to Seward Co-op shoppers.

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  • Recall: Nourish Organic Face Lotion and Cream

    Sensible Organic has issued a voluntary recall of Nourish Organic Argan and Rosewater Face Lotion and Nourish Organic Argan and Pomegranate Face Cream due to mold. No illnesses have been associated with these products. Please see below for more detail about the products.

    The issue came to Sensible Organic's attention as a...

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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 “Seward Co-op Bike Benefits” sticker at Customer Service to wear proudly on your helmet or bicycle.

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  • Record-Breaking SEED total: $21,860

    The SEED totals are in for the month of March: Seward shoppers and owners have donated $19,776.39 (from 43,693 individual donations). That's a record for monthly donations via SEED! Seward Co-op matched $2,085 in donations over the course of the final March weekend, for a grand total of $21,860 in March.

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  • Class: East African Cooking with Flamingo Restaurant

    Saturday, April 4: Learn healthy cooking techniques for beans, greens and beef rooted in East African cultures with Shegitu Kebede of Flamingo Restaurant in St. Paul. NOURISH 101 CLASSES ARE FREE!

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  • Store Hours April 3-5

    Our hours this weekend will be the usual daily hours, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., for Passover, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday (April 3-5). Count on us: We'll be open for all your holiday needs.

    Do check out the holiday specials in our all-star butcher shop (below), where we'll be serving local and sustainable meats all weekend!


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  • SEED Money Match This Weekend!

    Round-up and give at our registers this weekend and we'll match you!

    We're serious about our goal of raising $20,000 for the Sabathani Community Center Food Shelf by the end of march. So...

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  • Rising Moons Organics Ravioli Recall

    Carmel Food Group today issued a voluntary recall of certain Rising Moon Organics frozen Ravioli items (Spinach & Cheese Ravioli) because of possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes. To date, no illnesses have been associated with these products.

    Consumption of products containing Salmonella can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or...

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  • 6 Jobs on the Seward Career Board Right Now

    There are some great jobs available at Seward Co-op right now. More details at Seward Co-op Careers page (you can sign up for email Job Alerts there too).

    Front End Manager, Full-Time, posted until: 04/01/2015
    Purpose: Lead department staff, manage...

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  • Natural Egg-dying Demo At Seward

    This Saturday, March 28, we'll be showing you how to make natural dyes for eggs at Seward Co-op. Pop by the store any time from 1-4 p.m. and see how to make great dyes from onion skins, coffee, turmeric, and tea!

    We'll have a recipe for natural egg-dyes in the recipe rack by the Customer Service desk, too, so be sure...

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  • Amy's Kitchen Recalls Various Frozen Foods

    Amy’s Kitchen, Inc. is voluntarily recalling frozen food products containing spinach. This recall was issued after notice came from one of Amy’s organic spinach suppliers that Amy’s may have received organic spinach with the possible presence of Listeria monocytogenes.

    Seward Co-op has removed the following products from our shelves.

    Vegetable Lasagna...

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  • Friendship Store Building Updates

    We’re still planning for completion of the store in early October. The building’s exterior will be finished by early summer, and landscaping and paving will take place throughout the summer. Work on the interior will begin in the spring and continue into the summer, when the store’s fixtures will be...

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  • Co-op Creamery Updates

    We plan to be ready to begin food production at the Creamery in late June: Deliveries to the Franklin store will start in July (then to the Friendship store in October). The café will open in July, with a grand opening celebration scheduled for September.

    New windows recently went in on the Franklin and 26th...

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  • 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. This is in advance of the Friendship store hiring fair we will host in August. The open house will provide an introduction to natural foods cooperatives and information about working at...

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  • Deli-made Green Split Pea Soup Recall

    The Seward Co-op Deli is voluntarily recalling its Green Split Pea Soup sold from the Deli Grab and Go dated 3/18/15 and 3/19/15 due to small metallic bits found in soup by a customer.

    If you purchased Deli-made Green Split Pea Soup from our Grab and Go on these dates, check for the following PLUs and prices:

    20382800 PLU 595 (12 oz.) for $2.59 each.
    20091405 PLU 994...

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  • Frontier Organic Garlic Powder Recall

    Frontier Co-op is voluntarily recalling 10 products manufactured with organic garlic powder that were sold under its Frontier and Simply Organic brands due to potential Salmonella contamination.

    To date, no illnesses have been associated with these products.

    The product in question was raw material received by Frontier. This product tested positive for Salmonella during a test...

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  • Produce at Its Peak: Grateful for Local

    Considering all that our local farmers are experiencing and adapting to, it is a wonder that we have such a bountiful supply of locally grown food even in our more temperate months. It is all the more wondrous that Seward Co-op is able to offer locally produced food year round. As our lead buyer noted recently, “Local season never really ends, it just changes.”

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  • Co-op Presents Check to February SEED Recipient

    On Wednesday, March 11, Seward Co-op staff presented a SEED check for $15,708.88 (representing 35,108 individual donations) to Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association's Appetite for Leadership program.

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