20. August 2009 12:26
Not so long ago in a supermarket not so far away…help fight the dark side of the farm.
Store Wars is a hilarious five minute mini-movie about a small band of organic vegetable puppets -- Cuke Skywalker, Ham Solo, Chewbroccoli and wise old Obi Wan Cannoli -- battling against Darth Tader, evil lord of the Dark Side of The Farm. Can these Organic Rebels rescue Princess Lettuce and destroy the Death Melon in time? Or will Cuke be seduced by the Dark Side of the Farm ... an empire of pollution and pesticides that has taken over the market with its arsenal of genetic engineering, irradiation and toxic chemicals?
2. April 2009 19:18
I am getting excited that spring is coming, and hopefully soon despite the weather. For me with spring, Thursday farmers market will start-up and a spring summer weekly shopping routine will begin. I feel most fortunate to have many local markets to frequent. This has not always been the case and based on the current issue of Yes Magazine, it seems that the majority of the food produced in the USA is produced by large corporations. In fact it states that 2% of farms produce 50% of all agricultural products in the USA.
I recommend everyone pick-up this months, Yes Magazine to learn about the state of our food supply chain and support your local farmers market.
9. November 2008 16:32
Green Benefits is proud to represent Theo Chocolate, the only Organic and Fair Trade Bean to Bar Chocolate factory in the United States, and offer their one of kind products as a school fundraiser.
Theo Chocolate is changing the definition of quality by uniting creative excellence that results in deliciously award winning chocolate, and an unwavering commitment to changing the way the cocoa industry conducts business. At Theo, they believe there is no luxury in products that benefit us today, while jeopardizing future generations ability to meet their needs. When you taste Theo Chocolate you will experience an unmatched passion and integrity in very luscious bite.
Go and take a visit and tour their factory and sample their award winning chocolate. The 3400 Phinney Chocolate Factory offers public tours 7 days a week. Public tours are held Monday through Thursday at 2pm and 4pm and Friday through Sunday at 10am, 12, 2, and 4pm. Tours are $6 per person, ages 1 and older. This is a tour that you will not soon forget!
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