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2020 Virtual CSA Fair

Join us in a virtual celebration of farms that provide our community with delicious food throughout the growing season. We are featuring 25+ local CSA farms here on our website and on social media, showing what life has been like at the farms this past year and the adaptations farmers have had to make. We…

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Celebrate the Harvest

Harvest season is upon us. Social gatherings offer an occasion to connect with loved ones and community members. Harvest Celebrations, in particular are a great way to celebrate the diversity within our community, learn about cultures and different rituals. Whether we take this time to pay tribute to ancestors or reconnect with cultural customs—food can…

Seward-made Stuffing Sausage

Seward Co-op stuffing sausage is the perfect complement to harvest celebration meals. Now available for a limited time.

New Seward-made Items in Stores

Our staff works hard year-round to make great food for our owners and shoppers. Seward employees bring new ideas and recipes to the Seward Co-op Creamery Café production kitchen, so what’s in stores is always fresh and fits the season. Look for these and other new Seward-made items this winter. Sausage Garlic KielbasaSeward-made Garlic Kielbasa…  Read More

Recipe: Seward-Made Sausage Meets Seasonal Produce

This aromatic cabbage, sauerkraut, sausage stew hails from central Europe and is Poland’s national dish. It brings together some of our favorite seasonal items that also happen to be on sale at Seward Co-op through Oct. 16. Seward-made Nürnberger sausage is $2 off per pound for everyone and organic gala apples from Hoch Orchard in…  Read More

Produce At Its Peak: Chestnuts

Chestnut trees once made up a significant portion of North America’s hardwood forests. The nuts were widely eaten by Native Americans and later by European immigrants, until the chestnut blight of the 1930s, which nearly eliminated the American chestnut tree. There has been a recent revival with the planting of blight resistant breeds from Europe…  Read More

Produce At Its Peak: Chestnuts

Chestnut trees once made up a significant portion of North America’s hardwood forests. The nuts were widely eaten by Native Americans and later by European immigrants, until the chestnut blight of the 1930s, which nearly eliminated the American chestnut tree. There has been a recent revival with the planting of blight resistant breeds from Europe…  Read More