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Enjoy Seward Made Sausage

Enjoy Seward-made Sausage Did you know the sausages you see in the Meat and Seafood case at Seward Co-op stores were made by hand by talented staff members? They’re no ordinary links! Seward Co-op has a long history of making sausage. We started the program when we opened the Franklin store at 2823 E. Franklin…

Elect Our Board of Directors

About the 2022 Board Election The 2022 Seward Co-op Board of Directors election begins on Friday, Sept. 30 and will end Oct. 25. Only Seward Co-op owners may be candidates, and all Seward Co-op owners may cast a ballot. During summer 2022, current board members invited interested owners to run for the open seats in…

Produce At Its Peak: Basil

Local produce can be in season year round with some products and basil is one of them. We sell basil from numerous different hydroponic and outdoor farms including Urban Organics in St. Paul, Featherstone Farm in Rushford, MN, Wisconsin Growers Co-op near Mondovi, Wisconsin, Living Waters Gardens in Wells, MN, and this upcoming summer from…  Read More

Alexia Frozen Hash Brown Recall

Alexia has issued a voluntary recall of their frozen organic seasoned hash brown items due to the potential presence of the bacteria Listeria Monoctogenes which was discovered during sampling of the product. This recall has been issued out of an abundance of caution. There have not been any direct consumer reports of confirmed illness related…

Organizational Changes at Seward Co-op

As board president of Seward Community Cooperative, I am writing to let you know that our long-term General Manager, Sean Doyle, has decided to resign to take a position with the National Cooperative Grocers. As General Manager of Seward Co-op, Sean has played many roles over his 18 years — leader, manager, cooperator, confidante, role…

Seward Staff Bakes Care into Each Day

At Seward Co-op we are grateful to the fantastic staff members who keep the co-op running smoothly. They bring laughter and passion to each day and their jobs. Eve (she/her), Bakery Supervisor at the Creamery production facility, exemplifies this. Eve’s passion for cooking, food justice, and sustainability led her to the co-op after she graduated…

Become an Owner of Seward Co-op

Cooperatives are community-owned businesses. In the past 50 years, Seward Co-op has grown into a business with two grocery stores and a production facility serving over 23,000+ member-owners. We strive to be a place where everyone is welcome. Perhaps you are an occasional shopper who stops at the co-op for a specialty cut of meat…

Twin Organics

Learn about Twin Organics Founded in 2014 by brothers Andrew and Jacob Helling, Twin Organics supplies co-ops and restaurants throughout the Twin Cities with certified organic vegetables. Located near Northfield, Minn., together they tend to 120 acres of farmland with a focus on sustainable vegetable production in greenhouses and the fields. Support Small-scale, Sustainable, Local…

Crazy Fresh Fruit Recall

Russ Davis Wholesale has issued a voluntary recall of a number of fruit and vegetable products. This is due to a possible health risk from inadequate sanitizer in water used for washing some ready-to-eat “Crazy Fresh” brand pre-cut fruit. To date, there have been no reports of illness and this recall is not related to…