From the City Pages: Seward Co-op hits the sweet spot between luxury grocery store and health-food shop. Its aisles are neither dusty nor cramped, but no space is wasted. The spacious produce section is full of mostly local and/or organic items, easy to navigate but not lacking in DIY charm, often featuring handprinted signs pointing… Read More →
For the second year in a row, Seward Co-op has been named Best Natural Foods Grocery in the City Pages’ annual “Best Of” issue. The article notes the co-op’s shopper-friendly store, impressive cheese section, great meat department and newly renovated deli as reasons for the honor. Read more here. Read the new Hot Dish blog… Read More →
We’ve made a selection of our products available for online ordering and curbside pickup for first responders, folks 60 and over, and those with compromised immune systems. Once we perfect logistics, we will make curbside pickup more broadly available. Create your order by adding items to your cart. Filter by department to refine the listing. If
UPDATE – Our Backyard Mushrooms class is going virtual! Jeremy will be sending attendees a link for a video chat via Zoom within a week prior to April 18th. We will also be sending information on log kit pick up. Pick up will be at the Franklin Ave store the week prior to the class.… Read More →
We have scheduled a virtual listening session with Seward Co-op owners on Wednesday, April 1 from 6–7:30 p.m. Please email your name and co-op owner number to firstname.lastname@example.org, in advance, to indicate your intention to attend. This will allow us to provide you the virtual meeting link. Please stay connected with what is happening at the co-op through our website, social media and e-newsletters.
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
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
April 6, 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
Join us for the 19th annual Seward Co-op CSA Fair!
We hope you’re all safe and well. The March 31 meeting of Seward Co-op’s Board of Directors will be held remotely and entirely in executive session. This is due to the co-op’s priority of practicing social distancing, and the board’s need to learn about and discuss impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our cooperative business. As the board of the co-op, we understand that Seward Co-op owners may have questions and concerns at this time, and we do want to be connected with you. The board is working hard to figure out what is best for the long-term future of our co-op in such unprecedented times.
We appreciate your understanding that holding our board meeting this month in executive session will be most helpful for us to do our work in critical times. We have scheduled a virtual listening session with Seward Co-op owners on Wednesday, April 1 from 6–7:30 p.m. Please stay connected with what is happening at the co-op through our website, social media and e-newsletters.