For nearly 50 years at Seward Co-op, we have taken great pride in being a reputable source for high-quality, ethically sourced food, and other household goods. We look forward to supporting safe family and community gatherings again as we celebrate the season.
Pressure on the global supply chain has been constant throughout the pandemic. Retailers and consumers have both experienced episodic product shortages and out-of-stocks in recent months. During these uncertain times, we are particularly grateful for a strong network of farmers, makers, and producers who are part of Community Foods: Values Every Day. Community Foods products are sourced primarily from local producers and support a resilient local economy. This has helped to insulate the co-op from the worst supply disruptions. One way to ensure our viability is to buy and share these products. As you look for ingredients and products to share with loved ones, choose items at Seward Co-op with the purple Community Foods label.
A seasonal delight that may be prone to episodic shortages this year is eggnog. For eggnog lovers, why not plan ahead and make your own with eggs from local Community Foods producer Larry Schultz? By making your own using Community Foods products, we can bolster our cooperative resiliency. Please support these food makers with your purchases. We found two great recipes that will showcase those local eggs and satisfy your annual eggnog craving!