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.
Engage with our co-op’s board of directors this summer!
Curbside Pickup is now available for all shoppers! Order Curbside Pickup This week, we opened Curbside Pickup to all members of our community. Co-op shoppers can select from many of our products in an online catalogue at seward.coop. If desired products are not in the catalogue, you may make special requests for specific items
Find a great gift for the moms in your life.
Effective May 11, Seward Community Co-op requires all employees to wear a face covering while on the sales floor.
Beginning May, Seward Co-op will have starter plants from Community Foods producer, Riverbend Farm. Riverbend Farm is a certified organic farm owned and operated by Greg Reynolds and his wife, Mary. The Reynolds are well known for generously sharing their knowledge with other farmers. Since their start in 1992, Riverbend is dedicated to improving biodiversity
Seward Co-op’s staff-led Green Team “talks trash” about trash! We can all make a difference, so we invite Seward shoppers and community members to help. The Green Team’s focus over the next year is to organize volunteer opportunities in our community, further advocate for packaging changes and offer resources through the “Trash Talk” campaign. We
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
Owner of Featherstone Farm, Jack Hedin speaks on the real cost of food.
Curbside Pickup is now available to serve members of our community who are most at risk, including those who are first responders, folks over 60 years old, and those with compromised immune systems.