Our produce department is full of tasty selections perfect for pickling like jalapeños and pickling cucumbers from Sin Fronteras Farm & Food or other delicious produce that is currently in season from local Community Foods farms like Wisconsin Growers Cooperative and St. Croix Valley. Maximize the life and enjoyment of some your favorite seasonal produce
Sin Fronteras “Without Borders” Farm & Food, is a local, small-scale, sustainable and BIPOC-owned family farm in Stockholm, Wis. that grows fresh produce to make healthy Latino food. Sin Fronteras’ mission is to cultivate culturally appropriate foods using sustainable organic growing practices that restore and respect the earth. Farmers Eduardo Rivera and Madeline Shaw sustainably
Our top priority is to ensure Seward Community Co-op is a safe and healthy space where needs can be met during these uncertain and difficult times.
The nation is experiencing a change shortage. Please pay with exact change, credit card, or checks if you are able.
Together we are building a strong local food system!
To expand food access to more community members, we are bringing in a small assortment of competitively priced conventional products.
KIND Healthy Snacks (KIND) has issued a voluntary recall of their Oats & Honey Granola with Toasted Coconut pouches due to the presence of sesame seeds, which is not listed as an ingredient. The label does list sesame seeds under the “May Contain” statement. Oats & Honey Granola Toasted Coconut pouches, 11 oz. UPC: 60265217186-4
Join our co-op’s board of directors for a series of virtual listening sessions this summer. This time of crisis is an important moment to reflect on our identity and future work as a community cooperative. Who are we now and how can we best meet the needs of our community in the future? How will
Although restaurants have been given the okay to reopen with limitations, the co-op has decided not to reopen the Creamery Café at this time.
Fire up the grill or get picnic ready with good food from local Community Foods.