Seward Co-op will be open regular hours on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25th, from 8.a.m. to - 10 p.m. Check out our many store and owner specials for the big weekend, especially if you're grilling, camping, or getting outdoors.
Seward Co-op took home the "Bronze Medal" in the Second Annual Dandelion Honey Pastry Chef Challenge. The Bronze-winning Beinenstich "Bee Sting" Cake was designed by Seward Co-op's Bakery Supervisor Mary Vorndran.
Progress is picking up on both the Friendship store construction and the Co-op Creamery. See what we've been up to and what we have coming up in the next few months!
This Mother's Day, Seward Co-op has a wide array of great flowers on sale: potted plants, cuts, roses, and begonias. And on Mother's Day Sunday, bouquet-wrapping is free on Sunday morning till noon.
Just a few days left before Mother's Day, and our Floral Department is filling up. Here's a list of what we'll have on hand for the new mom, the grand-mom, or your own mom this Sunday. And remember: Free bouquet-wrapping 8 am to noon on Sunday, May 10.
With the addition of new hives on the roof of the Franklin store, 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 .
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.
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!).
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.
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.
Wednesday, April 22, Seward is sponsoring the Beez Kneez Second Annual Dandelion Honey Pastry Chef Challenge.
This tasty annual event is a local foods pastry chef competition, judged by some...
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.
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!
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!
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...
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.”
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.
Spring is coming and there's such a sweet balm in the air already. But along with the lovely temperatures, allergy sufferers (and bees!) know there's pollen in the air already, too. If you're prone to spring-time allergies, now is the perfect time to start taking preventative measures against allergy symptoms for the coming year.
When other fruit varieties aren't available in the winter, citrus really shines. Right now, the co-op has a dazzling array of citrus fruits in the produce department.
The Lone Grazer Creamery is a new cheese producer in Minneapolis, and Seward Co-op is proud and eager to carry their cheeses.
“We got them in last Friday (February 27). That was the first delivery,” said Scott Heard, Seward Cheese Department...