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CO YO has issued a voluntary recall of coconut yogurt due to improper sealing on containers with an expiration date of 8/14/19 and 8/21/19.
CO YO coconut yogurt
79794581040 COCONUT YOGURT, MANGO 12 oz, $4.99
79794581010 COCONUT YOGURT, BERRY 12 oz, $4.99
79794581005 COCONUT YOGURT, PLAIN 5.3 oz,...
Amy’s has issued a voluntary recall of Broccoli Cheddar Bake Bowls due to potential presence of foreign material (black plastic).
Amy’s Broccoli Cheddar Bake Bowls, 9.5 oz.
Lot # 60-D129
It is possible that affected product was sold in past three months at both Seward Co-op stores (Franklin and Friendship). Affected...
Seward Community Co-op’s Board of Directors is seeking candidates in the 2019 board election. If you are committed to the cooperative business model and want to ensure the long-term success of our co-op, please consider being a candidate.
Seward Co-op is committed to a culture of inclusion where everyone feels welcome, respected and celebrated. As part of this commitment, we are asking staff, owners and customers to use gender-inclusive and affirming language.
Our community and our nation are facing crises of opioid use and homelessness and they’re showing up at Seward Co-op. Focused on community-based solutions, Seward Co-op has joined forces with community partners on an approach centered on harm reduction and restorative justice.
Seward Co-op's Board of Directors appreciates hearing from owners! Members of the board will be available at the Creamery Cafe for office hours Wednesday, Aug. 14 from 6-8 p.m. The purpose is to answer questions and provide information about co-op governance.
Weleda has issued a voluntary recall of Comforting Calendula Baby Oil due to incorrect ingredient declaration.
Weleda Comforting Baby Oil Calendula, 6.8 oz.
Lot # EG2M1
It is possible that affected product was sold between April 18 and July 19 at Seward Co-op’s Franklin store. Affected product has been removed from the...
PROBAR® has issued a voluntary recall on select Meal® bar flavors in 3 oz. packages due to the possible presence of undeclared milk and soy allergens. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk or soy may run the risk of a serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume the affected products. No other PROBAR® products are affected.
Seward Community Co-op will be celebrating good food and community at the Creamery Café during Open Streets Franklin on Sunday, Aug. 25. Save the date!
The FDA issued a recall on limited quantities of King Arthur All Purpose Flour because of possible health risk due to the presence of E. Coli bacteria.
King Arthur All Purpose Flour
Best used by: 12/07/19 Lot: L18A07C
Best used by: 12/08/19 Lots: L18A08A, L18A08B
Best used by: 12/14/19 Lots: L18A14A, L18A14B, L18A14C
During this free, family-friendly event, explore local farms as they open their doors for a day full of fun, learning, and discovery. Plan your visit for this Saturday, July 13 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. among various routes around the metro area.
Everyone is welcome to Seward Co-op’s first ever Community Dinner on Thursday, July 25, hosted by the Franklin and Friendship stores.
One way that Seward Co-op lives its Ends statement to “sustain a healthy community” is through robust community grant programs. Applications for 2020 grants are due Sunday, June 30.
Just in time for Twin Cities Pride, we're breaking out rainbow cupcakes. Round out the spread with other new Seward-made summer items, available now in the Deli.
Mother-daughter team Shegitu Kebede and Asnat Ghebremedhin take on three meals rooted in Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine. Watch the video for tips and to learn more about their story as a young family in the Seward neighborhood.
Seward Co-op is partnering with Seafood Producers Cooperative to bring even more sustainable fish to our Meat and Seafood case. Sample their seafood this weekend!
Village Financial Cooperative has made headway in securing a physical location for the credit union, gained important partnerships, and held a number of important conversations on what building a Black cooperative economics system in the Twin Cities means. Now let's celebrate these accomplishments.