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Sound Consumer, March 2018 | Issue No. 537 | Women
As debates on the reauthorization of the 2018 Farm Bill are already underway, we share words of wisdom and warning from the former president of the National Family Farm Coalition. One key: we’re all in this together.
PCC has a symbiotic relationship with the companies that source food and other products for us. We wanted to know how female producers handle growing pains, so we reached out to several who have been growing right along with us.
At PCC, we highly value diversity and inclusion and are working to implement these values in numerous ways.
All PCC brand vitamins and supplements are 25 percent off this month! Some of our vitamins and supplements are specially designed to support women’s health.
Iron deficiency anemia is the most common nutrient deficiency in the world, in part because dietary iron is so poorly absorbed. Food sources of iron include dark green leafy veggies, lentils and soybeans; however, all plant sources of iron contain a “non-heme” form of iron, of which less than 10 percent actually is absorbed.
As we take a closer look at women’s health this month, a common concern for many women is including enough iron. Thankfully there are some great natural resources to get more iron into your diet.
Alaffia Sustainable Skin Care – Empowering Women in Togo. Alaffia is one of only two Fair for Life certified body care organizations in the nation. In addition to creating amazing products, the company supports a wide range of Empowerment Projects, including several education-based projects, maternal health, eyeglasses and reforestation.
Thank you, PCC Advocates · Comment to USDA · Climate change strategy · Animal agriculture · Live cultures · Labeling hydroponics?
Women in aquaculture · Arctic vegetables · Preservatives harm guts · Plastic-free food · Glyphosate ban? · Algae to the rescue · Ag-gag is unconstitional · Cold hurts wheat · Food is medicine · Fighting for animal welfare · Victory for fish · B.C. goes organic
Empowering children with celiac disease · PCC community grants · 2018 Q1 Grant winners · Social · Store highlight · PCC Cooks · March customer service star
2018 PCC Annual Election · PCC Annual Election Frequently Asked Questions