3 fl oz
Pint – 16 fl oz
Enjoy a tasting dinner of Alaskan seafood, with sea stories and conversation with fisher people from Seafood Producer’s Co-op!
Meetings of Seward Co-op’s Board of Directors are open to any co-op owner. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of the meeting to indicate your intention to attend. This will allow us to notify you in the event of scheduling changes. The first regular board meeting of 2020 is Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 6:15 p.m. at the Creamery, 2601 E. Franklin Ave. Co-op owners are welcome to observe; your advance RSVP is politely requested.
The East Phillips Neighborhood Institute (EPNI) continues an effort to secure land for an indoor urban farm project that would bring affordable housing, urban food production, a coffee shop and a bicycle shop to the small southside neighborhood. The project would be part of the Hiawatha Campus expansion. The city of Minneapolis is planning to… Read More →
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Tell us what you think! We want to know if we’re doing a good job or if you feel something needs attention. Let us know if there is a product you would like to see on the shelves. We can’t carry everything but we are always eager to hear what our shoppers would like to… Read More →
Lotus Foods has issued a recall on all of its Rice Ramen Noodle Soup Cups due to a potential microwave fire hazard with the packaging. Seward Co-op has removed the products from the shelves at both locations. Lotus Foods has received nine reports of the noodle cups sparking or catching fire during microwaving. One minor… Read More →
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2017 Annual Owner Meeting. This year’s meeting was held at the University of Minnesota in the Great Hall of the Coffman Memorial Union. Seward Co-op owners enjoyed live music by Kenn Wanaku and David Stenshoel, a performance by Appetite for Change, and an engaging conversation led by Diversity… Read More →
This year’s heavy rains have significantly impacted many of the farms that supply natural foods cooperatives. Damage to crops is in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, and several farmers are facing the prospect of losing their farms. Impacted farms include such long-time Seward partners as Featherstone Farm, Heartbeet Farm, Hoch Orchard, Driftless Organics and… Read More →