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Paying Farmers to Go Organic, Even Before the Crops Come In

The clamor for organic crops is so intense that major food brands, like General Mills, Kellogg and Ardent Mills, are helping to underwrite the switch. By STEPHANIE STROM Aritcle originally appeared on The New York Times DENAIR, Calif. — The last time Wendell Naraghi tried to make money from organic nuts, in the 1980s, he...

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Bone Broth Finds the Spotlight

By: Andrew Sterman It feels funny to be riding a trend. I’m used to being off to the side in matters of health and food thinking. But today, I laughed while reading the NYTimes article Bones, Broth, Bliss; Bone Broth Evolves From Prehistoric Food to Paleo Drink because I have a large pot of bone...

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Grass-Fed Meat Delivery

By: Stephanie Eckelkamp You've heard us endlessly tout the benefits of grass-fed meat—it contains more anti-inflammatory omega-3s, it's sourced from humanely raised animals, and it's far less damaging to the environment than the conventional factory farmed stuff. But getting your hands on it? Well, that's the tricky part. If you don't have a nearby farmers'...

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Greensbury Sustainable Fish Sampler on HSN

Greensbury is committed to sourcing seafood that's fished or farmed responsibly. We only carry seafood that is rated "best choice" or "good alternative" by the Monterey Bay Seafood Watch program. Our customers can conveniently place their meat and seafood orders online and have it delivered to their doors anywhere in the U.S. safe in the...

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Q&A: Brad Harrison, Founder of Greensbury

By: John Fiorillo, IntraFish "How is the sustainable seafood movement influencing your seafood purchasing/marketing decisions? Our seafood purchasing decisions focus on sourcing our seafood from sustainable fisheries in the United States and reducing packaging materials and food waste. We are committed to sourcing seafood that was fished or farmed responsibly. Greensbury Market only carries seafood...

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Millennial BBQ: Choosing the Better Beef

Millennials now make up nearly 25 percent of American consumers. With $200 billion in combined spending power, the millennial generation has proven to be disruptive, especially when it comes to their spending habits in relation to food. According to a report issued by Rabobank, the millennial generation represents a multicultural cohort which is health conscious,...

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Support American Grass Fed Beef

The demand for organic grass fed beef is growing by at least 20 percent a year in the United States. But while sustainable food advocates see this growth be a positive sign, the grass fed burger market may be growing so quickly that it’s undermining some of the original intention behind the shift. The reality...

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Imported Organic Meat: Regulatory Risk Revealed

As many of you are aware, the USDA accredits certifying agents who then conduct inspections related to organic certification. The USDA delegates to these agents the important regulatory function of determining whether a product is genuinely organic. What may surprise you is less than half of the organizations which have received organic certification are actually located in the United...

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Salmon From the Faroe Islands

The Islands and Culture The Faroe Islands are perfectly located for premium salmon production. The remote location is complemented by pristine clear waters, cool steady sea temperatures, strong currents and accessible fjords that cut deep inland. Drawn to this perfect mix of conditions, wild Atlantic Salmon from all over northern Europe make their way north...

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You Are What You (M)eat

Almost all U.S. cattle are given hormone implants to promote faster growth and convert their food into muscle more efficiently to make their meat leaner. On conventional farms, cattle are given six different anabolic steroids including estradiol, testosterone, progesterone and synthetic hormones, zeranol, androgen trenbolone acetate and progestin melengestrol acetate. Digging into a chicken breast from a conventional...

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Greensbury Partners with Jillian Michaels, Health & Wellness Expert

Committed to supporting consumers live a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle, Greensbury has partnered with Jillian Michaels, the nation’s leading health and wellness expert. “I am motivated to work with Greensbury Market to eliminate the fears consumers have surrounding meat and seafood and put it back on the table. Through education, inspiration and support, our partnership...

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Know Your Meat

Organic meat has become a big business and everyone’s got a steak in it. Does stocking up on beef branded with terms like 'free-range' make you any wiser about what you’re eating? It’s time we all got to know a bit more about our meat and food industry terms: Grass-Fed Grass-fed cattle are a fed a mixture...

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Walmart to Drop Wild Oats Organic Food Brand

The world’s largest retailer is dropping its Wild Oats organic food brand, introduced two years ago as a way to offer organic food at a lower price point than most retailers. Citing slow growth, Walmart plans to remove Wild Oats products from its shelves in the coming months as the company seeks to expand its own network...

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