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Frequently Asked Questions on COVID-19 and Seward Co-op’s Response

How can I stay informed on what Seward Co-op’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak? Stay up to date on what we are doing, and read past announcements, here. We are also updating our community and shoppers via email and on our social media pages: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. How can I receive email updates? Please

Apply for SEED

Applications for the 2021 grant cycle will be open in May, 2020.   One way Seward Co-op lives its Ends Statement to “sustain a healthy community” is through robust community grants. The SEED program is a simple yet powerful community giving opportunity that allows customers to “round-up” their grocery bill for recipient organizations that share

COVID-19 Coronavirus Updates

March 26, 2020 Update on Seward Co-op’s response to COVID-19 Dear Seward Co-op Community, Thank you so much for your support and well-wishes as we work hard to remain open and provide food and wellness resources for our community during this time of crisis. I am writing again on behalf of all of us at

Roderick McCulloch

Roderick McCulloch fills the Designated Employee Director seat on the board. He has worked at Seward Co-op for seven years, and at all three locations. Holding front line positions such as baker and cook as well as filling roles of shift lead, supervisor and managing several departments related to food production, Roderick has seen Seward’s

Product Commitment

As a cooperative business, Seward Community Co-op exists to sustain a healthy community with two full-service grocery stores and a café. We are passionate about sourcing products from makers who share our values and that are the highest possible quality. We prioritize product selection using our Community Foods—Values Every Day program. In addition to the criteria…  Read More

Notice of Candidate Withdrawal

Many Seward Co-op owners received a paper election brochure and ballot in the mail. Note that Addie Davis is no longer a candidate for the designated employee director seat. Please cast a vote for another designated employee director candidate accordingly.

2019 Board of Directors Election

The annual election for the board of directors is an opportunity for co-op owners to select future leaders of Seward Co-op. Co-op owners can vote online or by completing a paper ballot, available at any co-op location. Online voting ends at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21! Paper ballots are due at all co-op locations

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Vendor Resources

As a cooperative, we exist to meet the needs of our community with two full-service grocery stores and a café. We strive to offer products requested by co-op owners and other community members. We prioritize: Products that meet unique needs in our community (such as WIC-allowed foods, international cuisines, gluten free, halal, vegan, etc.); Organic

Sally Nixon

Sally is a believer in the cooperative model, and is interested in the success of food co-ops with regard to the historical development and maintenance of cooperatives that were initially created to be in service of communities in sustainable and equitable ways. Sally is passionate about supporting Seward Co-op in responding to the current social,