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While Whole Foods Wilts, Other Organic Food Sellers Bloom

August 30, 2014 by  
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Source – DailyFinance: “…It’s not just Hain Celestial running hard. Whole Foods Market rival Sprouts is expected to grow its sales 21 percent this year and 19 percent come 2015…Heady expansion at Sprouts accounts for some of that octane, but even at the store level the concept is rocking. Comparable store sales growth soared 9.5 percent in its latest quarter…”

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New Test May Detect Organic Food Fraud: Is Your Produce Really Organic?

August 29, 2014 by  
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Source – scienceworldreport: “…finding out whether a fruit or vegetable is organic or not is hard to determine. Currently, the most reliable authentication method analyzes the stable isotope composition of nitrogen; yet even this isn’t fool-proof. That’s why scientists decided to see if they could design another method to detect false organic labels…”

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Food and thought: Baruch College professor brings organic produce to Corona

August 19, 2014 by  
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Source – nydn.com: “…Baruch College assistant professor Regina Bernard has teamed with her students to launch a program that brings organic fruits and vegetables to Corona, where they say healthy meals are hardly on the menu. “It’s not hard to tell there’s a real food gap in this part of Queens,” said Bernard, 37, who teaches black and Latino studies…”

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Is organic food better for you?

August 19, 2014 by  
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Source – cnn.com: “…This new study, like many before it, was a systematic review and meta-analysis. That means it wasn’t a new clinical trial or report of laboratory research. It was a specific kind of analysis that allows for a “study of studies.” Basically, researchers set out to find all relevant research in a field, and then combine all of it together into one big analysis…”

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we are pleased to let you know that Momma B Organic products are 100% Certified USDA Organic and NOFA-NY Certified Organic. It wasn’t inexpensive or easy or quick to achieve these certifications but it was important for our family and for yours and so that’s why we made it a top priority. Enjoy!

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Is organic food always the healthiest?

August 18, 2014 by  
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Source – centralmaine.com: “…Only the “100% Organic” label guarantees the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s definition of organic. That means meat, eggs and dairy products are free of antibiotics and growth hormones; produce is grown with fertilizers free of synthetic or sewage components; and no genetically modified organisms are part of the product…”

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we are pleased to let you know that Momma B Organic products are 100% Certified USDA Organic and NOFA-NY Certified Organic. It wasn’t inexpensive or easy or quick to achieve these certifications but it was important for our family and for yours and so that’s why we made it a top priority. Enjoy!

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The organic movement’s sustainable growth

August 17, 2014 by  
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Source – nasdaq.com: “…It would be easy to assume that the growth of organics will soon reach a saturation point. Sales of organic goods between 2000 and 2012 delivered an annual growth rate of 13.5%. That’s a torrid pace!…”

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we are pleased to let you know that Momma B Organic products are 100% Certified USDA Organic and NOFA-NY Certified Organic. It wasn’t inexpensive or easy or quick to achieve these certifications but it was important for our family and for yours and so that’s why we made it a top priority. Enjoy!

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Wal-Mart Makes Organic Cheaper, but at What Cost?

August 16, 2014 by  
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Source – fool.com: “…Wal-Mart isn’t alone in this incursion into the organic space, either. Costco (NASDAQ: COST  ) is also increasing its sales of organic items, though the wholesale retailer has said that supply has been holding it back from making a huge push. It’s not the first time that the organic segment has run into supply issues, and overcoming those issues is going to be key to the future success of organic…”

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Johns Hopkins University Commits to Local, Organic Food

November 27, 2013 by  
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Source – Baltimore Sun: “The Johns Hopkins University has swapped traditional dining hall fare this year with new offerings: 25 varieties of apples from a farm in Pennsylvania, greens grown less than three miles away in Baltimore and gourmet beef from a cattle breeder in Monkton. In six years, the college plans to increase its servings of local, sustainably grown food to 35 percent of all ingredients, becoming one of a handful of universities nationwide to make such a commitment about its cuisine.”

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Organic vs. conventional produce?

June 19, 2013 by  
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Source winonadailynews: “As a supermarket dietitian, I spend a great deal of time promoting a wide variety of foods and the health benefits they offer. The question many have concerning food is: “Should I buy conventional or organic?” There seems to be this food fight across the nation arguing which is better – conventional or organically raised foods. The two sides battle back and forth looking for the one right answer. But the topic is very complex, with many factors and variables that come into play. It’s very difficult for there to be one right answer. Consider that there may be a way to co-exist and find a balance in attitudes toward our food production and all methods of farming. Here are some facts to consider.”

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we are pleased to let you know that Momma B Organic products are 100% Certified USDA Organic and NOFA-NY Certified Organic. It wasn’t inexpensive or easy or quick to achieve these certifications but it was important for our family and for yours and so that’s why we made it a top priority. Enjoy!

Organic vs Conventional Foods: Who Will Emerge Victorious?

June 18, 2013 by  
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Source hivehealthmedia: “Welcome to the great sparring match of the last decade, often fought on the grocery store shelves. In the blue corner, the fresh-faced yet immature organic food. Flashy and unpredictable, you never know if it will live up to the hype. In the red corner sits the ever-reliable conventional food. Much more modest and often predictable, you always know it’ll perform well. So who wins? Based on the history between the two, this contest is going the full twelve rounds.”

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we are pleased to let you know that Momma B Organic products are 100% Certified USDA Organic and NOFA-NY Certified Organic. It wasn’t inexpensive or easy or quick to achieve these certifications but it was important for our family and for yours and so that’s why we made it a top priority. Enjoy!

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