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Seward Co-op: Fresh Made Juices and Smoothies Recall

Seward Co-op has issued a voluntary recall of items made from the juicer in the Franklin store on April 18 and 19, due to the discovery of a metal shard in a juice. All potentially impacted products have been removed and the issue leading to the potential contamination has been remedied. The juicer has been…

Councilperson Glidden to Speak at Seward Groundbreaking

On Saturday, July 12, 2014, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Seward Community Co-operative will celebrate the groundbreaking of its new South Minneapolis store, to be located at the corner of 38th Street and 3rd Avenue. The special event will include notable guest speakers, live music, and, of course, delicious food for attendees. “We’re excited…  Read More

Grilling Time is Here

Fire up your grill and gather at home, or plan a shared menu to enjoy virtually with others. Seward Co-op has grilling staples to make it happen.

Gear Up for the Fourth and Save

It’s time for party prep—and some major savings on Fourth of July favorites! We’ve marked down select items, perfect for your holiday barbecue or just cooling off during the summer heat this weekend (Freezie Pops, anyone?). From avocados to watermelon, sauerkraut to meatless sausages, everything you need to gear up and party down is available…  Read More

Recipe: Strawberry Rhubarb Mocktail with Kombucha

Cool off with a refreshing mocktail featuring GT’s Kombucha, La Croix and rhubarb from our friends at the Hmong American Farmers Association (on sale). Hooch your booch with our Strawberry Rhubarb Mocktail as a base. Recipe inspired by Recipe Redux. Step 1: Make fruit syrup3 stalks of Hmong American Farmers Association rhurbarb3/4 container of strawberriessweetener…  Read More

Summertime Recipe: Frozen Grapes

Frozen grapes are terrific trick to keep in your summer tool kit. They’re great treats for kids, fun to make as an activity, make good “ice cubes” for kids’ fruit drinks (lemonade!) and/or grown-up drinks (sangrias!), or they’re just lovely to pop in your mouth on a very hot day. And frozen grapes couldn’t be…  Read More