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Maggie Gyllenhaal Works in Organic Food Shop

July 28, 2013 by  
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Maggie Gyllenhaal works as a shop assistant in an organic food store with her husband Peter Sarsgaard in her spare time because they are so passionate about eating healthy food.

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Consumers’ Desire for Local, Organic Food Drives Online Grocery Business

June 28, 2013 by  
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Source – Press Republican: “Just a few years ago, consumers who were fervent about eating locally-grown and organic foods had to head out to the nearest Whole Foods or farmers market. Now all it takes is a few swipes of the mouse at an online grocer like Door to Door Organics, Relay Foods or AmazonFresh, which last week confirmed it was beginning to roll out its online shopping product beyond its home base of Seattle, opening operations in Los Angeles.”

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Organically Speaking: Sales of Organic Products on the Rise

June 25, 2013 by  
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Source agrinews: “Organic foods have gone from being specialty items in health food stores to lining the shelves of mainstream supermarkets. Sales of organic products have climbed from $3.6 billion to $24.4 billion in the past 10 years alone, but many consumers don’t know what makes a food organic and whether the label is worth paying for, according to a University of Illinois Extension nutrition and wellness educator. When products seem to be identical in nutrients and quality, consumers don’t know which one to purchase,” said Mekenzie Lewis, who provided information that will educate consumers so they can make their own decisions based on their level of concern about pesticides, their budget and other considerations.

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Organic Farmers Go To War with Monsanto in Court

June 23, 2013 by  
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Source naturalnews: “It has become quite obvious that organic farmers have been taken advantage of by food giant Monsanto for some time now. In a court case involving organic farmers and seed producers, suits filed against Monsanto didn’t play out as planned. This case was put before the United States court system as a precautionary measure for farmers in the case that genetically engineered crops “accidentally” end up on organic farmland.”

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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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[VIDEO] Misconceptions About Organic Food

July 28, 2012 by  
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[VIDEO] Misconceptions About Organic Food @ < http://bit.ly/MKOIfC >

Video Summary: ‘Katie Holbert with Willy Greens organic farm, located in Monroe, Washington. If you are buying locally, you know, either at your local farmers market or kind of a local produce stand, or even just directly at a local farm, you can buy things almost comparable to anything that is non-organic. And if the price is a little bit higher at the same token, you are actually getting more for your money, because of the fact that when you buy from an organic farm, especially a local farm, you are going to be getting produce that was cut that day or harvested within twenty four hours.

Which means it is going to have a longer shelf life in your fridge, or on your counter or anything like that. Versus when you are getting it shipped in, which you are with food that is not organic. You are getting it shipped in from large places. It could have been harvested five days ago, and you have got basically two days of any sort of life left in it before it is going to start to go bad.

I would also say another misconception is that, you know, organic farmers are just hippies, “We are just living the life.” We get questions here a lot like, “What are you really growing?” You know we are growing some herbal remedies here on the farm, and that is just not the case. The reality is that it is just the healthier way to eat. It is the healthier way to live. It is better for you. It is not infested with chemicals and pesticides and things like that.

Most of them are just farmers, they are actually not hippies at all, and they are not into that lifestyle. They get up early. They work all day, go to bed early and they do not really support that lifestyle. I would say that there used to be a misconception, I am not sure if there is anymore. But people would go into the grocery store, and you would look at the produce and you would think “Ew, it looks dirty. It looks old. It looks like I do not want to buy that.” and the reality was, in the beginning what was happening when organic kind of first came on the scene is that people did not really understand the value of it, and so they were not buying… stores were not really buying a lot of the organic produce. So, there was no turn over, it would just sit there, and they would not wash it, they would not clean it. And they would just sit there and get old and people would say “I am not going to get that, I do not want that.” It was really just the lack of education.

So, the more people have gone to understand the value of organic food, the more that stores are buying it and people are buying it. And we are able to have kind of that turn over of product in the stores. So, people are getting it fresh that day when it is picked at the farm, its brought to the store, and you can get it right there, right then. And it looks beautiful, tastes wonderful. Sometimes that happens in areas where maybe it is not as popular. You know, people have not really grabbed onto the lifestyle per say of organic farming and organic living. And so, they are not quite having the turn over of their produce. So, it might feel like it is not as good of quality. And that is really just the lack of understanding of that is happening around. I would say those are probably the greatest misconceptions.’

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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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ORGANIC POP QUIZ: How Can You Be Sure That Food Labeled “Organic” Really Is Organic?

July 15, 2012 by  
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ORGANIC POP QUIZ: How Can You Be Sure That Food Labeled “Organic” Really Is Organic?

ANSWER: Use of the term is regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture. In order to put the word “organic” on a food label, the grower or producer must get the product certified as organic by a USDA-accredited certifier. Those who knowingly label or sell non-organic products as “organic” can be fined up to $11,000 for each violation. (courtesy: NRDC)

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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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[VIDEO] Why Eat Organic Food? Surprising Details On Chemicals On Food (Ep#120)

July 15, 2012 by  
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[VIDEO] Why Eat Organic Food? Surprising Details On Chemicals On Food (Ep#120) @ < http://bit.ly/LpOfOb >

Video Summary: ‘Surpising Details About Chemicals On Food’

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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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[VIDEO] Organic vs 100 Percent Organic: What Are The Best Types Of Organic Foods

July 14, 2012 by  
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Video Summary: ‘Organic vs 100 Percent Organic: What Are The Best Types Of Organic Foods’

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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 BIRTH OF MOMMA B ORGANIC BAKERY – PLEASE JOIN OUR MISSION NOW

January 25, 2012 by  
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: THE BIRTH OF MOMMA B ORGANIC BAKERY!


With much inspiration from Blake Mycoskie, in addition to my career in television news I decided to add an exciting new title: Social Entrepreneur launching Momma B Organic Bakery (mommab.com), a family owned and operated 100% USDA Certified Organic gourmet bakery company that was conceived with a simple goal in mind: “Do Good By Eating Well.” Our start-up company backs the fight against hunger in America by producing gourmet foods delivered right to your door, with a percentage of the proceeds donated directly to organizations that fight America’s growing hunger epidemic.

At Momma B we dare to imagine an America without hunger. We think we can alleviate hunger in more ways than one. Commerce should have a conscience, and we take our social responsibility very seriously at Momma B Organic Bakery. We’re on a mission to give back to our community and we want everyone to join us.

I think people who have been blessed should be a blessing to those less fortunate in our community. During my more than 10 years as an Emmy Award-winning television news anchor and reporter in New York City I often saw families struggle to afford nourishing, healthy food. I was moved to take action, and founded Momma B Bakery, to deliver moderately priced gourmet products with a purpose direct to your kitchen; from delicious organic pancake and waffle dry mixes to irresistible all-natural muffin and chocolate brownie selections.

The specialty dry mixes sold by Momma B Bakery are all natural and USDA and NOFA-NY Certified 100 percent organic, with no chemical preservatives, no hormones, no animal byproducts and no artificial ingredients and as I said earlier a percentage of the proceeds from these high-end but not high-price products goes directly to organizations that fight America’s growing hunger epidemic. In addition to being good for the body and good for the community, Momma B Bakery mixes are made in the USA and shipped via USPS Priority Mail using eco-friendly packaging materials, preserving both the environment and American jobs.

My grandmother, and her message to “pay it forward,” is the inspiration behind the Momma B Bakery brand. It is her recipes that are the foundation for our gourmet bakery products and her face that graces our company’s logo; and it is her motivation that drives us to give back to our community.

Because life is too short not to DO SOMETHING THAT MATTERS (thank you TOMS), I knew I had to do my part, and just like that this company was born. The truth is that finding quality, wholesome organic baked goods and dry mixes is not easy. Momma B delivers this straight to your kitchen.

Momma B Bakery products are backed by a 90-day, 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. We currently carry four new products with more in development. Place your order to help the hungry or learn more about the candid, caring and compassionate mission of Momma B Bakery at http://www.mommab.com/.

Thank you for joining Momma B – YES WE CAN do this – Carpe Diem!

Introducing Momma B Organic Bakery Find Us At MommaB.com

January 6, 2012 by  
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Introducing Momma B Organic Bakery Find Us At MommaB.com

we just got sent this great picture from another SATISFIED customer – thanks Pat for sending the pic – ya know, there’s just something good about Momma B! 100% Certified USDA and NOFA-NY Organic! and delicious too

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In The Kitchen With Momma B Organic Baked Goods

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