By Allison Burch, October 28, 2011
Thank you to all who entered and congratulations to the five lucky winners: Ellen from Hillsborough, NC; Erica from Santa Fe, NM; Erin from Clearwater, FL; Sarah from Tulsa, OK and Stephanie from San Jose, CA. Happy Thanksgiving!
By Marc Hamel and Ha Lam, October 27, 2011
See how Bill and Karla Chambers have raised crops of fruits, vegetables, grains and children (four of them!) on their Oregon farm. Learn about the innovative farming methods behind their products, from ground to bag.
By Heather Kennedy, October 20, 2011
Every product has a story, and Brad’s Raw Chips is a classic tale of success! Over four years ago, founder and creator, Brad Gruno discovered the health benefits of eating raw.
By Anna Madrona, October 16, 2011
Sometimes less is more, especially when it comes to many of the chemicals found in conventional cleaning supplies.
By Allison Burch, October 10, 2011
These Halloween treats are your secret weapon to fend off sugar-crazed kids without falling victim to the really scary stuff — hydrogenated fats, artificial preservatives and colors.
By Marc Hamel and Ha Lam, October 8, 2011
From seasoning to choosing ingredients, Joel Henry, founder and owner of Fig Food Co., has a passion for what goes in his soup. Answer a question about his soup philosophy for a chance to win a $50 gift card.
By Allison Burch, October 5, 2011
Guayakí is a finalist to win BBC World Challenge’s $20,000 donation for food security for Paraguay’s indigenous Ache tribe. Watch the video and vote to help them win!
By Allison Burch, October 4, 2011
Broaden your shopping list with this sneak peek at the latest and greatest hitting our shelves, then rate them and let others know what you think.
By Allison Burch, September 27, 2011
Here are just a few of the many organic grocery products that line our store shelves and give you all the more reason to fall in love with organics this month.
By Jody Villecco, September 23, 2011
We think you deserve to know what’s in your household cleaning products. Don’t you? Get the dirt on full-disclosure labeling.