Our 19th Annual Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair has gone virtual! Beginning Monday, April 20, we will feature over 20 local farms that provide our community with amazing food throughout the growing season. During this time of crisis and supply chain disruption, we need community-based farmers, fishers and producers more than ever. Invest in the
Discover new Community Foods products from Wellness to keep spirits bright this winter.
Enjoy a tasting menu of Seafood Producers Cooperative (SPC) high-quality Alaskan seafood.
Low-waste gifting and gifts that give back available at the co-op.
This winter season consider gifting someone a Seward Co-op ownership. Gifting ownership is easy!
Special order meats for upcoming winter celebrations now!
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
FacebookTwitterInstagram The Creamery Café builds on the relationships Seward Community Co-op has cultivated for nearly 50 years, and it provides an avenue to increase market share for Community Foods farmers and vendors. Café employees — whether working in the back or front of house — earn a union wage, and all full-time employees have access
In June 2013, Seward Community Co-op announced its second store. By the following July, co-op owners invested $2.5 million into the project. The Friendship store opened in October 2015. The achievement of the Friendship store belongs to all of us in the co-op community and we celebrate not just the money that was invested but