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Thank You Co-op Staff

Join us in thanking our staff for all the cooperative spirit and hard work they bring to our co-op time and time again!

Midwest Food Connection: The WHY of Our Work

Midwest Food Connection (MFC) is a nonprofit educational organization supported by Twin Cities food coops, including Seward, our largest sponsor. Since 1993, Midwest Food Connection has brought informative and memorable experiences gardening, cooking and eating healthy food to elementary school classrooms. In our 20- year history, we have reached more than 60,000 children with our…  Read More

Produce at its Peak: It’s Apple Season

Crab apples were the only apples growing reliably in Minnesota before the mid-1800s, but years of experimentation and tree losses from harsh winters have resulted in our state producing some of the most flavorful and unique apples you will find. A short growing season and variable pest problems in local apple orchards make Midwestern organic…  Read More

Seward Bakery Spills Its Pie-Crust Secrets

If you’re going to make homemade pie from scratch for the holidays, the crust is going to make or break you. You could have the sweetest blueberries, the reddest cherries frozen from last summer, or the very best baking apples from Hoch Orchard, but if you don’t have a touch with the crust, you could…  Read More

Salad Girl

About Salad Girl Pam Powell is the founder of Salad Girl Organic Salad Dressings, and this small, Twin Cities family business is celebrating its 14th anniversary in 2021. Salad Girl sprouted from a summer job Pam had as a teenager, which led to a life-long love of eating and preparing fresh and flavorful dressings. Salad…

Whistling Well Farm

Whistling Well Farm is a local, small-scale sustainable apple orchard committed to sustainable and bee-friendly orchard management.

Autumn Salad in a Jar

This recipe makes four jar salads—perfect for packing with lunches—or two large salads. The kale is sturdy enough to keep, so this recipe is great for Sunday night meal prep. Ingredients: • 1 medium sweet potato, diced• 2 Tbsp. olive or coconut oil• 1 bunch green kale, shredded• ¼ cup Salad Girl Crisp Apple Maple…  Read More

Produce at Its Peak: Stone Fruit

Stone fruit season has begun! When we talk about stone fruit, we are talking about peaches, nectarines, plums, pluots, apricots, and cherries. The name “stone fruit” comes from the stone-like seeds inside. These varieties peak from June-September and the harvest spans warm climate regions. About a month ago we welcomed the first yellow peaches from…  Read More

Produce at Its Peak: Stone Fruit

Stone fruit season has begun! When we talk about stone fruit, we are talking about peaches, nectarines, plums, pluots, apricots, and cherries. The name “stone fruit” comes from the stone-like seeds inside. These varieties peak from June-September and the harvest spans warm climate regions. About a month ago we welcomed the first yellow peaches from…  Read More

Produce At Its Peak: Turnips and Rutabaga

People often joke about how much Minnesotans like to talk about the weather. When it comes to produce, however, weather is not just small talk–for the most part, it is the reason we have or do not have produce to sell. This is true locally – a late frost in spring can wipe out an…  Read More