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  • Doctor Kracker Pumpkin Seed Cheddar Cheese Crackers Recall

    On May 1, Doctor Kracker issued a voluntary recall of its Pumpkin Seed Cheddar Cheese Crackers, because they may contain undeclared milk, not listed as an ingredient on the label. Persons who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. Between Feb. 1, 2016 to Apr. 30, 2016, Seward Co-op may have...

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  • Starter Plant Sale

    Seward Co-op is hosting a plant sale from Monday, May 1 through Sunday, June 5. Stop in either of our store locations and browse our wide selection of starter plants.

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  • Mother's Day Gifts Ideas and Preview Event!

    Mark your calendars for Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 8, and make sure to plan something special for the important moms in your life.

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  • Annual Owner Survey

    In February, Seward Co-op worked with the Survey Research Center (SRC) at the University of Wisconsin–River Falls to conduct a survey of its owners’ satisfaction with the cooperative. Thank you to all who took the time to complete the survey.

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  • SEED Donations Surpass $1,000,000 Mark

    We are proud to announce this community giving program has surpassed $1 million in donations!

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  • Evolving May Day Traditions

    This year’s MayDay parade will be held Sunday, May 1, at noon. This is a great opportunity to contribute to the preservation of a vital South Minneapolis event. Stop by the coop on your way to the MayDay events to gather all of your snacks and goodies.

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  • Produce At Its Peak: Tomatoes

    One of my absolute favorite fragrances is the scent of a fresh ripe tomato still on the vine. It’s the vine itself that carries the smell I love, and during the spring, Living Water Gardens’ fresh picked tomatoes arrive with pristine green vines. Living Water Gardens, located in Wells, MN, is a hydroponic growing operation that provides us with tomatoes, basil and English cucumbers...

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  • Road to Friendship: A Food Co-op in a Community of Color

    Seward Community Co-op is a 42-year-old natural food cooperative located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Seward Co-op has 15,000 owners, and it is looked upon as a leader among natural food cooperatives nationwide.

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  • 15th Annual CSA Fair Recap

    Seward Co-op’s 2016 Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair on Saturday, April 16, was once again a huge success, both for farmers and attendees.

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  • Sales Flyer

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    Store Specials
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    Owner Deals

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    April 13 - May 3

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    May 4 - May 17

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  • Back to Nature Classic Crème Cookies Recall-Expanded

    Back to Nature Foods, LLC is issuing a voluntary recall of its classic crème cookies, because they may contain undeclared milk, not listed as an ingredient on the label. Persons who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. Between Mar. 11, 2016 to Apr. 11, 2016, Seward Co-op may have sold...

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  • Franklin Avenue Bridge Repairs and Closure

    The Franklin Avenue bridge (County Road 5) will be closed for repairs starting in May through September 2016. Here are some alternative routes you can use to get to Seward Co-op's Franklin store.

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  • Produce At Its Peak: Basil

    Local produce can be in season year round with some products and basil is one of them. We sell basil from numerous different hydroponic and outdoor farms including Urban Organics in St. Paul, Featherstone Farm in Rushford, MN, Wisconsin Growers Co-op near Mondovi, Wisconsin, Living Waters Gardens in Wells, MN, and this upcoming summer from Sin Fronteras Farm in Stillwater, MN. We are currently...

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  • P6 Producer Profile: Living Water Gardens

    Living Water Gardens is a small, local, P6 operation located on the outskirts of Wells, Minn., about 100 miles southwest of the Twin Cities.

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  • Healthy Bees, Healthy Lives

    Learn more below about how to get involved in supporting a healthy bee population!

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  • Produce At Its Peak: Basil

    We can source some local products year round, and basil is one of the most popular. One of our favorite ways to use any variety of basil is in spring rolls, which are fun and simple to make.

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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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  • Produce At Its Peak: Over Winter?

    The month of March is a time where we see a juxtaposition of fresh, spring vegetables coming from California and Mexico and winter storage crops available from local farms.

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  • P6 Breakfast Parfait

    These parfaits are perfect for breakfast, or even a delicious dessert. To assemble parfaits, layer a clear, tall glass with your favorite P6 yogurt (mixed with honey if preferred), honey-sweetened lemon curd, and honey granola.

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    Honey-sweetened Lemon Curd...

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  • 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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  • Produce At Its Peak: Asparagus

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    The month of March is a time where we see a juxtaposition of fresh, spring vegetables coming from California and Mexico and winter storage crops available from local farms. A perfect pairing of spring and winter crops can be enjoyed with the following recipe; Creamy Asparagus Soup. It’s vegan; the cream comes from one...

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  • Produce at Its Peak: March on Mangoes

    As we enter into the month of March many of us are craving tropical fruits and the warm, sweet sunshine they bring to our kitchens. I am reminded every year by Travis, the produce manager at our Franklin store, that March is mango month. I then remind him that mangoes don’t really come into season until April or May and that we should call it “May-ngo” month instead. I like...

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  • Bulk Sale, Thursday, March 24

    At Seward Co-op, we are very proud of our Bulk foods department. Bulk has been a keystone of the co-op from its earliest days, and it continues to be one of our greatest successes.

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  • Springtime at the Co-op!

    Spring, the season of new beginnings is on the way, and that calls for celebration. However you choose to honor spring, we have everything you need for a bountiful one!

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  • Minnesota FoodShare and Minnesota Food Co-ops

    Last year the Minnesota food co-ops that participated together raised a total of 126,489.19 lbs./dollars for food shelves across the state, making it the third most successful corporate campaign in the state.

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