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2024 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…

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Nature’s Path Waffles Recall

Nature’s Path has recalled two varieties of their waffles due to the presence of peanuts, an undeclared allergen. People who have allergies or sensitivities to peanuts could be at risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product. All affected product has been removed from shelves and back stock. No other…

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Similasan Eye Drops Recall

Similasan has recalled the .33 fl oz sizes of their Pink Eye, Allergy, Red & Itchy, and Computer Eyes eye drops due to a letter they received from the FDA cautioning about the marketing and manufacturing of homeopathic eye drops, as well as concerns over the safety of one of the preservatives used in their…

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Halloween Recipes for Kids That Are So Good, It’s Scary

Are the kids haunting your kitchen, looking for fun and simple seasonal snacks? Embrace this Spooky Season with five easy recipes for eats and treats from Microgreens that’ll get anyone–big or small–into the spirit for Halloween.

Wellness in Nature, Wellness After Nature

Fall is a perfect season to get outdoors. Summer temperatures have cooled off, leaves begin turning bright oranges, yellows, and reds, and crisp air nurtures all the harvest foods that in turn nurture our bodies. Being in nature has been linked to a number of health benefits, from reduced stress to improved mood, and even…

Indigenous Foods Class Series 2023

We are honored to partner again this November with the Indigenous Food Network to present a series of free cooking and lecture workshops. Local members of Native-led organizations Dream of Wild Health, Division of Indian Work, Indigenous Food Lab, Department of Indian Work, NATIFS and more will share their ancestral knowledge while exploring the nutritional…

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Football Pizza

Learn About Football Pizza In 2000, Meerwais and Nicole Azizi opened Crescent Moon Bakery, an eatery serving Afghan foods off Central Ave in Northeast Minneapolis. It wouldn’t be long before a second location opened, and as their food developed, so did their name. A unique pizza—in the shape of a football—grew to be their main…

Third Union Contract Ratified

Seward Co-op’s Ends guide us to sustain a healthy community that has equitable economic relationships, positive environmental impacts, and inclusive, socially responsible practices. In this spirit of cooperation, we are pleased to share that Seward Community Co-op and United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 663 members unanimously ratified a 3-year industry-leading contract on Monday, Oct. 2,…

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October is National Co-op Month

October is National Co-op Month, when we recognize the values and principles upheld by cooperatives that demonstrate alternatives to capitalist business structures. All year, we celebrate and support the cooperative model, including collaborating with other cooperative businesses, whose products you can find on our shelves. Learn about some of the cooperatives you can support year-round…

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Honoring Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous People’s Day is Monday, Oct. 9, and it recognizes that Native people are the first inhabitants of the Americas, including the lands that later became the United States of America. This holiday challenges the narrative that European colonizers “discovered” America, when, in fact, many Indigenous nations had been thriving on and living in harmony…