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Wildly Affordable Organic: Eat Fabulous Food, Get Healthy, and Save the Planet--All on $5 a Day or Less
Can food be good for your body, the environment, and your wallet? "Wildly Affordable Organic" shows you how to save, not sacrifice. Watson's remarkable plan offers incredibly affordable, healthy meals. The book features 100 tasty recipes from breakfast to dessert. Choose the thrifty plan to save even more or follow the green plan for local, kindly raised ingredients. Learn to organize your cooking, cut down on dishwashing, reduce waste, and create delicious vegan and vegetarian meals for the whole family. Join the movement to change the way you eat--and keep the change while you're at it.
Pure Organic Chocolate Food Barbr Gluten Free No Added Sugar 2 5g of Fiber 3 Cholesterol Sodium Free 4 1 2 Serving of Fruit 5 USDA Organic 6 Fair Trade Certified Cocoa Chocolate has been celebrated throughout time as a food of joy and enlightenment and now the makers of Lababar pass on the gift of Jocalat to you. Named after a centuries-old word for this cherished treasure, Jocalat is chocolate in its purest form. Harmonizing with fruits and nuts, it is a wholesome indulgence you can feel good about eating. All organic. No added sugars. Free of dairy, soy and gluten. With Jocalat, we re committed to the use of Fair Trade Certified chocolate and organic ingredients, doing our part to sustain the planet as well as the lives of farming families whose labor and love go into every Jocalat bar. Enjoy the Gift,br ~Lara, Creator of Larabar Certified Organic by Quality
In 2009 First Lady Michelle Obama established an organic vegetable garden at the White House, reflecting the impact and popularity of the "green" food movement at even the highest levels. Global sales of organic products topped $23 billion in 2008 and have been growing 20 to 25 percent annually for the past decade. "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. This encyclopedia explores social concerns, economic trends, policy influences, and ecological terms in a single, comprehensive volume. "The Encyclopedia of Organic, Sustainable, and Local Food" features - More than 140 comprehensive, A-to-Z entries covering all aspects of organic food and farming, local food production and consumption, and sustainable food initiatives - A chronology of the years 1860-2009 detailing the history and evolution of organic and local food, including more than forty events - Twenty-six photographs depicting current themes in sustainable farming and organic/local food - A bibliography listing key references for readers who wish to further investigate a specific theme
A must-have for every concerned consumer, this comprehensive reference explains the important health and environmental benefits of organic foods. It details where to find and buy them on a budget, and how "organic" differs from other "eco-labels." It also provides key information about current legislative activity as well as a complete resource guide.