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Amy’s Vegan Organic Rice Mac & Cheeze Recall

Amy’s Kitchen has initiated a voluntary recall for a single lot (60J0421) of single-serving Vegan Organic Rice Mac & Cheeze due to potential trace amounts of milk. The company is recalling the lot out of an abundance of caution to ensure the safety of consumers. Affected product with a best by date of 10/2023 may…

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“The Co-op Wars” Panel Recap

On Thursday, Jan. 13, in celebration of our 50th anniversary, Seward Co-op hosted a virtual panel discussion about the original documentary film “The Co-op Wars.” “The Co-op Wars” tells the story of the idealistic youth who tried to build an alternative to corporate capitalism, the violent struggle that almost tore them apart, and their eventual…

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Cozy Up this Winter with Bulk Goods

Keep cozy through the coldest winter months by exploring Seward Co-op’s Bulk aisles! With a little bit of planning, you can stock your pantry with ingredients to make these affordable ”just add liquid” delights sure to comfort you through the freeze. These suggestions would make great gifts to share with loved ones who may also…

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Preserving Seasonal Citrus for Winter Wellness

Winter is citrus season! As we progress to warmer months and longer days, make the most of the rotating citrus fruits Seward Co-op has to offer from the Produce Department. Here are a few ways to prolong the magic of this delicious, zesty, juice-filled season for winter wellness and comfort.

Sweet Troo Vi

Learn About Sweet Troo Vi Sweet Troo Vi is the project of wives and business partners, Rebekkah (she/her) and Bobbi Jo (she/her) Lamar Brunson. When Rebekkah was playing basketball overseas, she had her first taste of Belgian liege waffles. Liege waffles (named after a town in eastern Belgium) are made with a bread dough-like batter…

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Celebrate 50 Years of Seward Co-op!

Seward Co-op opened its doors on a dreary winter day in 1972, during a time when food prices were sky-rocketing, faith in government was at a low point, and civil rights issues were at the forefront of evolving social movements. The world seemed increasingly fragile, alienating, and volatile, and people responded by participating in grassroots…

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Dive into Winter Citrus Season

We’ve officially made it past the winter solstice, and that alone is a reason for rejoicing! Along with a little bit of extra daylight, we also usher in the peak of citrus season. Along with more sun in the sky, bright, juicy fruit are arriving at the co-op each day. Let us share some of…

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COVID-19 Mask Update – Jan. 2022

As a cooperative with two grocery stores, Seward Co-op plays an essential role in the community. COVID-19 guidelines like social distancing and wearing masks have become a part of everyday life. We have maintained our ability to keep the doors open and provide goods and nourishing foods throughout these challenging times in large part because…

Honoring Indigenous Food Traditions

In fall 2021, Seward Co-op was honored to partner with local members of Indigenous-led organizations to share their ancestral knowledge through a series of cooking and lecture workshops. We are grateful for these leaders and elders for guiding the way in respect for the land, sustainability, and how we hold our places in history for…

Gifting that Gives Back

For many, the holiday season is a time to share gifts, gather for a meal, and spend time with those we care about. From stocking stuffers to creative Kuumba-inspired creations, there are so many options. This year, look for gifts from producers that give back. We’ve rounded up a few of the wonderful vendors that…