In this month of Thanksgiving, we want to thank the many farmers and other producers whose products you so enjoy. Our relationships with them often have been cultivated over many years, and go deep.
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Sound Consumer, November 2012
Considerably less than 10 percent of Washington-grown apples, pears and cherries were grown organically in 2012. Is the leap to 90 percent organic in 25 years unrealistic?
During the cold, dark winter months, we get less sunlight, less exercise, and many people experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a mild form of depression.
With a sweet-tangy flavor and sometimes salty, grassy undertones, goat and sheep’s milk cheeses have been loved around the world throughout history.
Goat and sheep’s milk cheeses are vital to rounding out a well-chosen cheese plate for holiday parties and meals. But they’re also an essential ingredient lending tangy flavor and creaminess to a wide range of recipes, from salads to gratins — and even, unexpectedly, chocolate truffles!
I-522: labeling GMOs · GMOs cannot occur in nature · Craft beer · Good food, good information · Paper v. online Sound Consumer
Organic food sales · Ag money in politics · Long-term GMO risks · Food wasted · Zombie bees · Weight gain from GE food? · Shoppers want antibiotic-free meat · Human infections from chicken antibiotics · Washington crop circles · Misconception about fiber · Organic seed website · Chocolate reduces blood pressure?
Learn how much the apple industry powers Washington’s economy, what happens to the state’s mint crop, why cherry farmers weren’t happy this year and more.
Board report · New Local Suppliers · Next board meeting · Ends reporting