Co-op Creamery

Seward Co-op is in the midst of working on the new Co-op Creamery and administrative offices at 2601 E. Franklin Ave. Located across the street from Wells Fargo bank, the building was built in 1920 by a multi-stakeholder co-op that processed and home delivered milk and other dairy products to its owners.

In addition to gaining much needed office space, the co-op is also returning the building to its original use as a food production facility. We are initiating plans to expand our bakery and meat production. The space will also include a retail café, the Co-op Creamery. We have hired Redesign to help with project management and Watson Forsberg as our general contractor.

Photo courtesy of Eddie Landenberger of Seward Redesign.

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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.

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  • Welcome, Chad Snelson

    Seward Co-op has hired Chad Snelson as director of operations at Seward Co-op’s Creamery Kitchen and Co-op Creamery Neighborhood Café. At this point, with the café still under construction, it’s been a lot of planning and forecasting for...

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  • Project Update

    Work on the Co-op Creamery at 2601 E. Franklin Ave. is in full swing. In late January, co-op administrative staff moved into the second floor offices. This move has helped to alleviate space constraints at the Franklin store offices. The staff at the Creamery will support all Seward locations.

    On the first floor of the...

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