Organic & Eco-Friendly Food
We are all part of the environment so supporting organic agriculture doesn’t just benefit you, it helps the whole world. For the vast majority of human history, agriculture has been organic. Only now has a large supply of new synthetic chemicals and genetic modification been introduced to the food supply. If this conventional methods are a concern to you then consuming organic and eco-friendly food should be a priority. Organic foods are now regularly found in grocery stores. Unfortunately your scope of options are still limited. Here at Living Organic we have collected some great sources of organic and eco-friendly food for you. Find a great deal on the available items from the Organic & Eco-Friendly Food categories listed below.
The Handbook of Organic and Fair Trade Food Marketing provides a practical guide to successful marketing in these two dynamic sectors, underpinned by case-histories and lessons from companies that have been successful in these areas, including Green & Black's, Yeo Valley and Duchy Originals. It includes a review of the international markets for organic and fair trade food and drink; an analysis of organic and fair trade consumers; a review of successful retailing practice and a section on organic and fair trade divergence and convergence. Chapters are also included on perspectives from the USA, Germany and Italy. The book is written by industry experts, augmented by academic contributions where appropriate, offering for the first time the practical marketing advice required by companies in this sector.
Coconut Barnana Bites perfectly blend two favorite tropical fruits into one chewy bite. Crafted from organic bananas and organic coconut, these satisfying snacks are packed with natural delicious flavor. Barnana is one of the best organic snack foods you’ll find. All our products are USDA Organic Certified, Non-GMO Project Verified and use Fair Trade Certified Chocolate, Fair Trade Certified Coffee, and RSPO Certified Sustainable Palm Oil.
Happy Tot Organic Stage 4 Super Foods Pears Mangos and Spinach + Super Chia 4.22 Ounce (Pack of 16), Non-GMO, Gluten Free,3g of Fiber, Excellent source of vitamins A & C
Our spinach, mango and pear pouch is more than just a combination of organic fruits and veggies. We add Salba chia for added nutrients like omega-3s (ALA) and fiber. Toddlers enjoy feeding themselves these pouches, and moms love that they are getting so much nutrition in one little pouch.
The Nordic Diet is all about eating locally sourced seasonal ingredients in a balanced diet of protein, carbohydrates, and beneficial fats. The traditional diet of Northern Europe emphasizes quality homemade and homegrown food-with an attempt at moving away from processed foods-and consists of a wide variety of grains, berries, vegetables, fish, poultry, and game meats. Not only is a Nordic diet comparable in terms of nutrition to the celebrated Mediterranean diet, but it also provides an easy plan for eco-friendly eating. This soulful book includes the elements, ingredients, and basic philosophy of eating a Nordic diet with information on the nutritious benefits of each ingredient. It boasts seventy-five delicious and healthy recipes-from breakfast smoothies and cold cucumber soup to venison stew and raspberry lime sorbet-and teaches you how to incorporate the principles of the Nordic diet into your everyday cooking routine.
It's not just organic, it's Gerber. For our Gerber Organic 2nd Foods Pears & Spinach baby food we work with US farmers like Campbell Orchards in Yakima, WA, who grow our organic pears with love and care. Now features our proprietary Smart Flow spout: flow control means more on your little one's spoon, not everywhere else.
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An exploration of industrial organization, imperfect competition and trade in the food industries.
To Buy or Not to Buy Organic: What You Need to Know to Choose the Healthiest, Safest, Most Earth-Friendly Food
Food journalist and former professional chef Cindy Burke writes in the introduction to this book: "Organic food can be so expensive and difficult to find that I always wondered if I was spending my money wisely. I decided to become informed, really informed, about the options -- organic, conventional, local, sustainable -- so that I could choose the healthiest, safest food available." To Buy or Not to Buy Organic is the result of Burke's investigations. It tells you how to choose the healthiest, safest, most earth-friendly food, as you make your way through the supermarket, your local farmer's market, or your natural foods store. Highlights include: Making sense of the choices presented by organic, local, sustainable, minimally treated, grass-fed and cage-free foods Reducing your exposure to pesticides Save money by knowing the foods you want to eat only if they're organic and the foods that are pesticide-free even when they are nonorganic Protecting your child's health from pesticides An at-a-glance shopper's guide to more than 100 foods
Nature’s All Foods is an Organic and Fair Trade freeze–dried produce line that offers an abundance of healthful goodness in each serving. Crunchy and oh-so-sweet freeze-dried fruits and veggies maintain all of their vital nutrients and vibrant flavor, so you can rest assured that the food you are eating is not only delicious and convenient, but also healthy. They come packaged in a grab-and-go style pouch for any time eating, making it more exciting to add these wholesome snacks to your everyday diet.
The "Encyclopedia of Organic, Sustainable, and Local Food" pulls together a fascinating array of diverse, interdisciplinary topics to provide a thorough overview of our current alternative food system. With increasing attention focused on organic and local food, many people are attracted to these sustainable food choices. Yet despite its popularity, there are misconceptions and a general lack of understanding about organic and local food. This encyclopedia illuminates social concerns, economic trends, policy influences, and ecological terms to provide a comprehensive overview. Contributions from expert authors from government agencies, research universities, and private organizations provide key information on each of these relevant topics. Eating is a basic human activity, yet many people do not know where their food comes from. This book helps readers fill the gap between the trendy and the factual.