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  • P6 Month Specials

    P6 Specials
    Available to everyone!

    Co+op Deals

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  • How to tell if Seward's "Nourish" Is for YOU...

    A common criticism about the organic and sustainable food market is that prices are too high. As a small store, Seward Co-op cannot correct market realities single-handedly, but we do believe in making economic relationships in our co-op as equal as possible.

    To that end, we created Nourish, a multifaceted program...

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  • Recalled: Go Macro “Almond Butter + Carob” Bar

    Go Macro is voluntarily recalling its “Almond Butter + Carob” Bar (2oz), regularly priced $2.89, with a co-op sale price of $1.99 (sale ran from 7/2-7/15). The manufacturer may have exposed an ingredient to Salmonella.

    The barcode number for this product is 0018194500005, with lot numbers 1634 (expiration March 10, 2015) or 1645 (expiration March 18, 2015). The product was...

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  • Seward Co-op Sponsoring Open Streets Aug 17!

    Open Streets Mpls: Franklin Ave E

    Sunday, August 17, 10 am-4 pm

    Seward Co-op is a Street Sponsor of Open Streets Mpls: Franklin Ave E. We’ll be selling brats and celebrating with Zipp’s, Harriet Brewing, Chef Shack and Du Nord Craft Spirits with music and libations! You can also visit us in front of the ...

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  • Recalled: Rising Moon Org. Butternut Squash Ravioli

    Rising Moon has recalled a single lot of frozen Organic Butternut Squash Ravioli, priced $4.79 per package. It's being recalled because the product may contain pieces of different ravioli filling resulting in undeclared milk, egg and soy allergens.

    This lot was on Seward shelves between April 25, 2014 and July 25, 2014.The PLU barcode for this product is UPC 078503055557, and the...

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  • Seward Co-op Friendship Store – Construction Jobs Information Meeting

    Construction on the new Seward Co-op Friendship store will be starting soon. Anyone who is interested in learning about the construction project, and the requirements and qualifications needed for construction employment, is invited to attend this information meeting.

    When: August 12, 2014, at 3 p.m.

    Where: Sabathani Community Center, 310...

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  • Recall: Organic Black Plums and Organic Yellow Nectarines

    It has come to our attention that Seward Co-op has sold six cases of recalled Organic Black Plums and Organic Yellow Nectarines in late June and mid-July. These fruits were packed at Wawona Packing Company in California and recalled for the potential of listeria concerns.

    Recalled Organic Yellow Nectarines were sold between June 27 – July 4; recalled Organic Black Plums were...

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  • P6 Month Celebration

    August is P6 Month, and Seward is going to celebrate every week, straight through to September! The festivities begin Saturday, Aug. 2, noon-4 p.m. Join us for the kick-off of a month of visits from farmers, great food vendors, and food tastings on Saturday, Aug. 2. Ferndale, Maple Valley, Organic Valley, Kickapoo Coffee and more will be at the co-op.

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  • Lakewood Juices Recalls Unfiltered Apple Juice

    Lakewood Juice has recalled a single lot of Unfiltered Apple Juice due to the possible presence of inorganic arsenic which exceeds FDA allowable levels.

    The PLU barcode for this product is UPC 42608-45943. The recalled product has the lot #226F and a use by date 10.8.2015 and is priced at $4.39.

    Recalled products will be fully refunded at our Customer Service desk.

  • Produce at Its Peak: Apricots and an Adios

    It has not been truly hot so far this year, and for that I am grateful.

    Where I grew up in central Kansas, you could count on the mercury hitting 100 by the first week of July and staying that way for two months. We adapted our cooking to fit the season -- that is, we ate a lot of salads, grilled things, and we used a toaster...

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  • Run for the Board of Directors

    Are you an owner of Seward Co-op who would like to:

    • shape strategic, long-term plans for the co-op;
    • learn about issues in the cooperative and natural foods sectors; and
    • develop policies that govern the co-op?

    Then, please consider running for the board of directors!

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  • Capital Campaign Extended

    After an energized week leading up to June 30th we ended our fiscal year with over $2 million in owner investments. Thank you to everyone who came in to invest in an effort help us reach our goal! Recognizing how far we’ve come in a few short months and just how close we are to our goal of $2.5 million, we have decided to extend our capital campaign. Officially the campaign has been...

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  • H.S. Badger Is Recalling Pre-Shave & Aragon Hair Oil

    W.S. Badger Company recently informed Seward Co-op that a single lot of Baobab Oil was mislabeled as Certified Organic by their supplier, and although it was tested and contains little/no pesticide residues, its inclusion in two items that Seward Co-op carries invalidates the products’ USDA Organic Certification.

    These products are not currently stocked on our Wellness Department...

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  • Councilperson Glidden to Speak at Seward Groundbreaking

    On Saturday, July 12, 2014, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Seward Community Co-operative will celebrate the groundbreaking of its new South Minneapolis store, to be located at the corner of 38th Street and 3rd Avenue. The special event will include notable guest speakers, live music, and, of course, delicious food for attendees.

    “We’re excited to celebrate this milestone....

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  • Eat Local Farm Tour 2014


    Your local food producers and all the Twin Cities’ food co-ops would like to invite you to a day out on the farm.

    Join us on Saturday, July 19 to explore the local food world, visit with your farmers, and see your food from their perspectives. The Eat Local...

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  • Know Our Grower: Keewaydin Farms

    The vitality and sustainability of our local food system depends on the presence of a diverse network of growers and the support of a dedicated consumer base. Seward Co-op’s annual Know Our Grower program directly connects shoppers with the talented group of local farmers producing our food. Meet growers from Keewaydin Farms in the co-op on Saturday, June 28, noon - 3 p.m.!

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  • Produce at its Peak: Poetry from Plums

    I heard a couple of days ago via the radio newscast, that, because of the chilly spring, Minnesota’s strawberry crop has been quite delayed.

    Indeed. By my calculations, we’re maybe two weeks behind schedule, but we did get a good supply in from Hoch Orchard this week. Hallelujah-there is...

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  • Oil-Pulling: Real or Just a Trendy Fiction?

    A Huffington Post article begins:

    Is the ancient Indian practice of oil pulling a cure-all or snake oil?

    A s...

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  • Counting Down and Building Capital

    We are more than a week into June and, with more than $1.5 million in owner investments, we now have less than $1 million remaining to raise. We have been aiming toward June 30 — the end of our fiscal year — as our goal date for attaining the $2.5 million in owner capital needed to complete our expansion projects. While we could...

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  • Counting Down and Building Capital

    We are more than a week into June and, with more than $1.5 million in owner investments, we now have less than $1 million remaining to raise. We have been aiming toward June 30 — the end of our fiscal year — as our goal date for attaining the $2.5 million in owner capital needed to complete our expansion projects. While we could continue to raise capital throughout the summer, we...

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  • Summertime Recipe: Frozen Grapes

    Frozen grapes are terrific trick to keep in your summer tool kit. They're great treats for kids, fun to make as an activity, make good "ice cubes" for kids' fruit drinks (lemonade!) and/or grown-up drinks (sangrias!), or they're just...

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  • Produce at its Peak: Suddenly Summer

    Summer came all of a sudden, curtailing ramp season. I hope you got a taste while they were still around, but if you didn’t, there are still lots of interesting early season local products around.

    For instance green garlic, which is simply the first shoot of the...

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  • Sabathani Food Shelf Receives Record-breaking SEED Check

    June 5, 2014 --Reps from Sabathani Community Center Food Shelf received their record-breaking SEED check from Seward Co-op in a small but very moving ceremony today. Seward owners and shoppers gave more money in the...

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  • Have thyroid concerns? Join Dr. Sara Jean Barrett N.D. this Saturday

    When your thyroid doesn't function well, it can affect every aspect of your health -- depression, energy levels, weight, everything.

    Since undiagnosed thyroid problems can dramatically increase health risks, it's important to understand the complexities surrounding the...

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  • Seward Boosts Needs-Based Discount to Ten Percent

    As part of its forthcoming "Nourish" program, Seward Community Co-op has raised its store discount from five to 10 percent for Seward shoppers who receive various forms of needs-based assistance. The increase went into effect June 1, 2014.

    "We’re very proud to make this higher discount available,” said...

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