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Romaine Lettuce Recall Update

Nov. 30 update: A romaine lettuce consumer advisory issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Nov. 20 has ended. Specific counties in California (Monterey, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz and Ventura) were identified as areas in which romaine contaminated with E. coli was grown. Seward Co-op tracks…  Read More

Produce At Its Peak: Tomatoes

One of my absolute favorite fragrances is the scent of a fresh ripe tomato still on the vine. It’s the vine itself that carries the smell I love, and during the spring, Living Water Gardens’ fresh picked tomatoes arrive with pristine green vines. Living Water Gardens, located in Wells, MN, is a hydroponic growing operation…  Read More

Moshky Farm & Gardens

Moshky Farm & Gardens Marine on St. Croix, MN. CSA Type: Vegetables, Eggs, Chicken, Cocktails Drop Locations: Friendship store and more Moshky Farm offers seasonal, fresh, organic produce delivered weekly with a focus on Southern African crops. Farmers Marisa Benasutti and Heather Drakegrow unique varieties of greens, peppers, nuts, and more from Heather’s home country of…

Rosie’s Guacamole

Rose Williams was one of Seward Co-op’s most beloved and endearing characters, leaving a legacy of kindness and goodwill connected to food and community. She lived next door to the co-op on 22nd Avenue, and for many years she made the best guacamole in the Twin Cities for Seward Co-op.

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

Spring is moving quickly this year. Availability lists from local farms have been getting longer each week with the help of greenhouses and warm, wet weather giving plants a little boost. We’ve already had a few deliveries of green and red tomatoes from Wisconsin Growers Co-operative (Mondovi, Wis) which taste more like summer than early…  Read More