Celebrate Pi(e) Day with a cooperatively made pie! Seward-made pies are handcrafted by our staff using ingredients from local Community Foods producers like Hope Creamery. Choose from an assortment of flavors such as—French silk, key lime, cherry and apple. Vegan options will be available as well. Enjoy 10 percent off when you grab a slice
2020 CSA Fair Connect with the people who grow and harvest our food! Enjoy Café specials, conversations with farmers and producers, kids’ activities, and opportunities to purchase a Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) share.
Celebrate Black History Month with Seward Co-op!
Seward Co-op has issued a voluntary recall of all Seward Co-op ground frozen chubs packed on June 19, 2019 and a sell by date of June 21, 2019. One customer returned impacted product reporting contamination with metal fragments. All potentially impacted product has been removed and the issue leading to the potential contamination has been
We hope you’re all safe and well. The March 31 meeting of Seward Co-op’s Board of Directors will be held remotely and entirely in executive session. This is due to the co-op’s priority of practicing social distancing, and the board’s need to learn about and discuss impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our cooperative business. As the board of the co-op, we understand that Seward Co-op owners may have questions and concerns at this time, and we do want to be connected with you. The board is working hard to figure out what is best for the long-term future of our co-op in such unprecedented times.
We appreciate your understanding that holding our board meeting this month in executive session will be most helpful for us to do our work in critical times. We have scheduled a virtual listening session with Seward Co-op owners on Wednesday, April 1 from 6–7:30 p.m. Please stay connected with what is happening at the co-op through our website, social media and e-newsletters.
In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn about and make a variety of pestos, curry paste, chermoula, and preserved lemons. We will also discuss how to add diverse herbs to foods to increase nutrition. Participants will take home preparations, so please bring 2 half pint jars. Monarda Thrasher, Driftless Herbal Exchange Network $45/$40 co-op owners
Learn about green burials and other earth-friendly options for your body after death. This class will empower you to choose the right plan for you so you can live fully! Presented by Funeral Consumers Alliance of Minnesota This class is free but space is limited; please register in advance if you will attend. Waitlist or… Read More →
In this watch-and-learn class, Chef Jess will demonstrate how to make chicken fried rice, after which you can enjoy as a light meal. Jessica Toliver, Jess Delicious $5; Receive a $5 gift card at the class Nourish 101 classes feature basic scratch-cooking techniques and recipes that feed a family of four for under $15 when… Read More →
In this hands-on class, students will learn the basics of sewing to create two reusable bags out of sustainably-sourced and second hand materials. No experience needed, all levels welcome! All supplies will be provided but participants are welcome to bring whatever they would feel most comfortable using (sewing machines, fabrics, etc). Lauren Callis, An Upcycled… Read More →
Samadhi Yoga’s mission is to provide quality yoga classes and education with inclusion and diversity at their core. Their classes and styles honor the roots of yoga while focusing on accessibility, and their staff are diverse and representative of the Seward and South Minneapolis community. Join Samadhi at the Friendship store classroom for a mellow,… Read More →