By Elizabeth Renter, Natural Society
29 July 12
Genetically modified foods have been shown to cause harm to humans, animals, and the environmental, and despite growing opposition, more and more foods continue to be genetically altered. It’s important to note that steering clear from these foods completely may be difficult, and you should merely try
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Handmade with love – Chicaoji. Pronounced “chee-COW-jee.”
Inspired by a friend’s raw food snack, Randall Waugh developed this uniquely flavored Chicaoji Chipotle Chili sauce by combining nutritious super foods. Randall is based on Lopez Island where he works to spread a compassionate, sustainable philosophy around raw and whole food nutrition.
Chicaoji explodes with flavors:
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Forty years ago when Ed and Vicky Welch received their first goat as a gift, they never imagined they would one day own a certified Grade A organic dairy. Today Ed, Vicky and over 70 goats live together on the slopes above the Twisp River, producing incredible quality organic goat cheese.
In 2006 Sunny Pine
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Garden Center manager Nancy is keen to remind us all it’s not too late to get your fall garden going! Now is the time to sow some seeds and plant those broccoli and beet starts. This season build your backyard harvest with healthy pesticide-free plants from the Co-op!
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Churchkey Premium Lager is a beer example of how everything old can be new again. Despite being “Established Recently” the Churchkey Can Company produces canned beer with retro flair. Thanks to a rare partnership between Churchkey Can Co. and Two Beers Brewing, you can sip lager beer from a 12 oz. flat top steel can
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