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 →
Recreate flavors of the Captain’s Dinner with these recipes.
Feeding America® is the largest hunger-relief organization in the United States. Through a network of 200 food banks and 60,000 food pantries and meal programs, they provide meals to more than 40 million people each year. Feeding America also supports programs that prevent food waste and improve food security among the people they serve; educates
Low-waste gifting and gifts that give back available at the co-op.
Talkin’ Turkey Turkeys from Ferndale Market in Cannon Falls, Minnesota, are now available for pre-order at Seward Co-op for your upcoming Harvest Celebration. Local and small-scale Community Foods farm, Ferndale Market, takes pride in their free-range, antibiotic-free and hormone-free turkeys.The family farm has been raising turkeys naturally since 1939. Order a fresh Ferndale turkey is
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2019 Annual Owner Meeting. This year’s meeting was held at the University of Minnesota’s student union on Tuesday. Oct. 22. Our 2019 Annual Owner Meeting was the third installment in examining the vital role of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color have had and continue to have in
Monday, Oct. 14 is Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The hot bars at both stores will feature foods from the James Beard award-winning cookbook The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen written by Sean Sherman and Beth Dooley. The cookbook will also be for sale, for those who want to learn more about indigenous food. Indigenous Peoples’ Day Hot
In the early morning of Wednesday, September 18, several businesses along Franklin Ave. were vandalized. Two weeks later, the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office charged a 36 year old man with bias in connection to this vandalism. A principle core to our cooperative identity is concern for community. This violence has triggered fear and anxiety in
As a member of Seward Civic & Commerce Association, Seward Co-op stands in solidarity with Seward business owners and the East African community that has been targeted. (MINNEAPOLIS, MN, 9/19/19) – CAIR-MN, Main Street Alliance of Minnesota, Bethany Lutheran Church, Seward Civic & Commerce Association, Redesign Inc., and the Seward Neighborhood Group today rally in… Read More →