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The Local Cooperative Difference

Supporting producers and farmers that align with co-op values not only delivers high-quality foods to feel good about, but also helps to foster a healthy community.

Celebrate the Harvest

While our celebrations look different this year, Seward Co-op has staples and items ready for you to help plan your safe gatherings when you are ready.

Día de los Muertos

Learn about some of the traditional customs to celebrate Day of the Dead. Grab a concha available a limited time for the Day of the Dead weekend.

2021 SEED Recipients

The Seward Co-op SEED program is a way in which we reach our Ends. The SEED program is a simple yet powerful community giving opportunity that allows customers to “round-up” their grocery bill for recipient organizations that share our commitment to a healthy community. All funds donated at the register are given directly to the recipient organization…

Welcome our New Board Members

Congratulations to­­ Vina Kay, Warren King, Kate Seybold, and Claire Purvey Houston! Together with current directors, these co-op owners are responsible for articulating the vision and goals for Seward Co-op that management pursues and achieves. The 2020 election featured a large pool of highly qualified candidates. Thank you to all who ran and all who…

Whistling Well Farm

Whistling Well Farm is a local, small-scale sustainable apple orchard committed to sustainable and bee-friendly orchard management.

Creamery Cafe Update

At this time the Café remains closed. We currently have no plans as to when we will reopen. Restaurants have been given the okay to reopen with limitations. There are still concerns regarding safety measures – limited capacity and social distancing – that the co-op would need to implement to ensure the safety of our…

Seasonal Bakery Treats

Enjoy seasonal flavors with Seward-made muffins in scones! Our muffins and scones are now available individually packaged.