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Seward Holiday Hours

Seward Co-op has your holiday shopping and dining needs covered! Here are our holiday hours of operation to bear in mind when planning gatherings with family and friends. Please note the hours of the Co-op Creamery Café differ from the Friendship and Franklin stores. We’d also like to remind owners to redeem the 50% off…  Read More

Produce at its Peak: Winter Squash

Of the many reasons to love eating with the seasons, I find the anticipation of the next season’s harvest perhaps the most satisfying. The feeling of excitement for the return of certain fruits and vegetables after months away – when they are in their prime and often when we like to eat them most. This…  Read More

Produce at its Peak: Winter Squash

Of the many reasons to love eating with the seasons, I find the anticipation of the next season’s harvest perhaps the most satisfying. The feeling of excitement for the return of certain fruits and vegetables after months away – when they are in their prime and often when we like to eat them most. This…  Read More

Natural Egg-dying Demo At Seward

This Saturday, March 28, we’ll be showing you how to make natural dyes for eggs at Seward Co-op. Pop by the store any time from 1-4 p.m. and see how to make great dyes from onion skins, coffee, turmeric, and tea! We’ll have a recipe for natural egg-dyes in the recipe rack by the Customer…  Read More

Co-op Creamery Logo Unveiled: Seward Project Updates

Seward Co-op Project Updates Friendship Store Progress on constructing the new Friendship store was delayed in November and December due to rerouting and reconnecting existing power and communication cables, but the remaining demo of the old church building and the removal of the north-south section of the vacated alley was completed in late December. In…  Read More

Black Co-ops and Their Collective Courage

In September, CoMinnesota and Nexus hosted an event to address the issues of economic development and cooperatives in African American communities. The event featured author Dr. Jessica Gordon-Nembhard, author of “Collective Courage: A history of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice.” During her talk, Dr. Gordon-Nembhard discussed the history of cooperative economics and co-op…  Read More

Produce at its Peak: Seasons Turning

For the most part, I adore living in a seasonal landscape. Still as I cycled to work this morning pushing against a truly Arctic wind, I felt defiantly not ready for the weather to change. One of our flower farmers dropped off buckets of celosia (cockscomb) and asclepia (Oscar) earlier in the week and he…  Read More

Produce at its Peak: Signs of Spring

If it were a “normal” year, by now we’d have lots of local produce: ramps, radishes, a wide selection of tender herbs, watercress, spring mix, etc., etc., etc. But it is gloomy and chilly yet, the trees in Powderhorn Park just barely showing evidence that leaves will exist again. One hundred years or so ago,…  Read More

Hot Bar: Nov. 10 – Nov. 16

SUNDAY, NOV. 10Maple Tofu HashButternut Squash – Caramelized Onion FrittataStrata Milano with BaconBiscuits & Sausage GravyBreakfast Quesadillas MONDAY, NOV. 11Chicken Mole EnchiladaPineapple ChickenRefried Black BeansAncho Beets and Sweet PotatoesRice with Black-Eyed Peas TUESDAY, NOV. 12Rosemary Garlic ChickenMeat LasagnaTuscan Sofrito with Yams and SageMustard Roast SquashBalsamic Beets WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13Chinese BBQ chickenKung Pao ChickenShitake Mushroom Fried…  Read More

Deli Hot Lunch Menu

FAR EASTKung Pao ChickenChinese BBQ ChickenBlack Pepper Brussels Sprouts & TofuCoconut SquashShitake Mushroom Fried Rice Pilaf