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Community Groups Rally to Support Vandalized Businesses

In the early morning of Wednesday, September 18, several businesses along Franklin Ave. were vandalized. Two weeks later, the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office charged a 36 year old man with bias in connection to this vandalism. A principle core to our cooperative identity is concern for community. This violence has triggered fear and anxiety in

Community Groups Rally to Support Vandalized Businesses

As a member of Seward Civic & Commerce Association, Seward Co-op stands in solidarity with Seward business owners and the East African community that has been targeted. (MINNEAPOLIS, MN, 9/19/19) – CAIR-MN, Main Street Alliance of Minnesota, Bethany Lutheran Church, Seward Civic & Commerce Association, Redesign Inc., and the Seward Neighborhood Group today rally in…  Read More

12 Days of Flash Deals

Until the end of September enjoy Flash Deals on various items at both Seward Co-op stores. Beginning on Owners Appreciation Day Sept 19 with the Bulk Sale enjoy 10% off Bulk Department items. Upcoming Flash Deals Monday, September 23 Valley View Milk Gallons $1 OFF Wymans Frozen Fruit 32 oz. and 48 oz. bags 30%…  Read More

2019 Annual Owner Meeting

Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at the Annual Co-op Owners Meeting as we recognize and understand the vital role of Hmong American farmers and Hmong culture in our local food system. Share a meal full of Hmong flavors designed by Chef Yia Vang and learn how Hmong American farmers are organizing to access land,…  Read More

Sales Flyer

Featured Store Specials Featured Owner Specials Sept. 18 – Oct. 1 Oct. 2 – Oct. 15

Vote for Community Choice SEED

Community Choice Voting 2020 Seward Co-op owners and customers are invited to select four of twelve 2020 SEED recipients. The SEED program raises over $250,000 annually for local non-profits. There are eight organization to choose from, all of which will receive a $1,000 grant through the Seward Community Fund, whether or not they are ultimately

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

This year on Oct. 14, Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we will feature foods from the James Beard award-winning cookbook The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen, written by Sean Sherman and Beth Dooley, on the hot bars at both the Franklin and Friendship stores. We will also be selling the cookbook for those who want to learn more…  Read More

Everyone Welcome: Gender Inclusion at Seward Co-op

At Seward Co-op, we are committed to a culture of inclusion where everyone feels welcome, respected and celebrated. As part of this commitment, we are asking staff, owners and customers to use gender-inclusive and affirming language. As part of this effort, you may notice some new signage in the stores and at the café. The…  Read More

Seward Co-op’s Role in Community Crisis

Concern for Community is a Co-op Principle, Sustaining a Healthy Community is Our Mission Our community and our nation are facing crises of opioid use and homelessness and they’re showing up at Seward Co-op. Focused on community-based solutions, Seward Co-op has joined forces with Twin Cities area co-ops, St. Stephen’s Human Services and the Minnesota…  Read More

Seward-made Fall Menu

Seward Co-op’s production kitchen is cooking up Fall favorites. Here are some highlights of what you’ll find in our stores: •Lentil, Squash, and Parsnip Salad (vegan & made without gluten) •Pumpkin Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting (made without gluten) •Vegan Macaroni & Cheese (vegan) •Wheat Berry Apple and Pecan Salad Sausage Greek Loukaniko—Loukaniko is the…  Read More