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Livingston’s Seafood

Check out our South region's local grower and vendor profiles. Thanks for watching our slide show and please let us know what you think!
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Eastern Carolina Organics in Pittsboro, North Carolina and Black River Organic Farm in Ivanhoe, North Carolina

Check out our South region's local grower and vendor profiles. Thanks for watching our slide show and please let us know what you think!
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Joyce Chickens

Check out our South region's local grower and vendor profiles. Thanks for watching our slide show and please let us know what you think!
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Market-made Chicken Sausage

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Back to School Series / Part 3

A lot of people, parents especially, are seeking solid information on building stronger immune systems. It’s common sense that getting the right nutrients each day plays a big role in staying healthy. Today’s topic is nutrients, what are we missing, and what are special concerns for children and teens. Our guest, Malia Curran, is a nutrition consultant, who received her masters degrees from Tufts University. Malia has spent a lot of her career exploring natural approaches to traditional issues and currently sees patients at her practice in Arlington, MA.

Why Choose Organic?

From supporting a biologically diverse, healthy environment to limiting the toxic and long-lasting chemicals in our surroundings, there’s no shortage of reasons to buy organic. Take a look at our top reasons for choosing organic. Why do you choose to buy organic?
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Organic Harvest Podcast

Tune in to our latest podcast to hear from whole Foods Market’s buyers and how they work to source organic products for you. We’ve also got a great recipe for a Quick Tortilla Casserole featuring 365 Everyday Value Organic pantry staples.
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Shrimp Lettuce Wraps and Spring Rolls

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Lesson Number One: Get Organized

Back to school means back to jam-packed schedules, with kids running from one activity to the next. It’s a challenge to keep everything organized. Akilah offers a great suggestion for reusing what others might simply toss in the trash to keep the myriad projects tidy: "My kids always have a project going. We reuse glass jars to store arts and crafts supplies, mix and store tempera paint, little terrariums and temporary 1/2 day bug habitats (after holes are punched in the metal top), and for kitchen experiments like pickling all sorts of things."
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Back to School Series / Part 2

On this podcast we continue with our focus on Back to School and what you can do to help keep your kids at their top of their game. Today we will be talking with a Naturopathic doctor about the importance of EFA’s.

Whole Creamery Fresh Mozzarella

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Richard Ward

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Wild Salmon

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Heirloom Tomatoes / Episode 2

Back to School Series / Part 1

This is the start of our focus on back to school. There are so many things that we can do to give our kids a boost up in starting the school year. On this podcast we will be talking with a naturopathic physician about probiotics and what they can do for your child. Dr. Holly Lucille is a licensed naturopathic physician, an expert on women’s health issues. She is the past president of the California Naturopathic Doctor’s Association.

Glycemic Index

Tune in as we learn what the glycemic index is and how paying attention to the glycemic load of particular foods may affect your body.
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Illuminate your Pasta Sauce?

Alright, we're definitely not talking about how to make glowing pasta sauce (something tells me that if it existed, glowing pasta sauce wouldn’t meet our Quality Standards), rather Jami, who shops at our Kansas City store, had a rather unique idea for how to reuse any number of glass jars, including, you guessed it, glass pasta sauce jars. Here’s her terrific idea:
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