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CSA Fair Vegetables

Enjoy fresh veggies from local farms. The following CSAs are currently offering vegetable shares for this year’s CSA fair. Farms with a ★ next to their name will be attending the 2023 Seward Co-op CSA Fair in person. 2023 IN-PERSON EVENT DETAILS2023 CSA FARM GUIDE

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Catalina Crunch Products Recall

Catalina Snacks Inc. has issued a voluntary recall of several Catalina Crunch products–Cheddar Snack Mix, Honey Graham Cereal, and Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch Cereal–due to potential metal contamination. Recalled product has been removed from shelves and back stock. This recall was done out of an abundance of caution, and no injuries or illnesses have been…

Getting Real about Organic with Lady Moon Farms

At Seward Co-op, we often talk about helping build the food systems we want, and making the choices to work with producers that align with our Ends Statement whenever possible. While we work towards our Ends and our desired food system, we also must acknowledge the demands of larger food systems that exist today, such…

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Seward Co-op

Valentine’s Day is almost here, and with Seward Co-op, it won’t be *heart* to find great deals on food, gifts, and more. Whether you celebrate with a special someone, a group of friends, or treat yourself to a day of love and care, Seward Co-op is ready to help—especially with some great options from Community…

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Back to Nature Fudge Mint Cookies Recall

Back to Nature has issued a recall of its Fudge Mint Cookies due to the presence of peanuts, an allergen contaminant not listed in the label of ingredients. No allergic reactions have been reported to date. Three cases of the product have been sold in the US. Although Seward Co-op appears to not have received…

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Kickoff Game Day with Community Foods

Football season gives us great reasons to gather with friends, and with the big game coming up, Seward Co-op has options to satisfy. Cook up easy handheld snacks made with items from Community Foods producers that are small-scale, local, inclusive, cooperative, and/or sustainable to have a party that supports community while enjoying the game. Visit…

Invest in Black Women-Owned Businesses


When we shop Community Foods products at Seward Co-op, we support producers like Safésha.

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Welcome New Seward Community Co-op General Manager Ray Williams

As board president of Seward Community Cooperative, I am thrilled to announce that after a thorough hiring procedure and much consideration, the board of directors has selected a new General Manager, Raynardo Williams. The process for hiring a GM was a new one to Seward Co-op’s Board of Directors and not one we took lightly.…

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Honoring Black History Month 2023

We’re honored to support Black- and African-American-owned businesses across our stores, from food producers to wellness vendors. While Black History Month is a noted time to celebrate inclusively-owned businesses, we are always committed to pursuing a food economy and community rooted in equity, inclusion, and socially and environmentally responsible practices. At Seward Co-op, our Ends…

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Wild Acres

Learn about Wild Acres Wild Acres Processing, Inc. is a family-run poultry and game farm located in Pequot Lakes, Minn. Owned by second-generation proprietor Pat Ebnet, Wild Acres specializes in the local hatching, raising, and distribution of birds, from chickens and ducks to pheasants and turkeys. Throughout the lifecycle of the birds, the animals rotate…