Brown Angel Skin and Hair, JT’s Barbecue Sauce, and Studio Eleven Papers are among the first recipients of PCC microgrants designed to help diverse entrepreneurs reach the next level of success.
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Sound Consumer, July/August 2021 | Issue No. 564
Too hot to cook? Nancy Leson has tips and recipes for keeping cool while making great meals.
Leah Penniman and Alice Waters, leaders of the sustainable food movement from different generations and perspectives, talked with the Real Organic Project about creating a better world.
Providing affordable housing for farmworkers could be a responsible approach to preserving land. A land trust on the Olympic Peninsula recently took on this challenge.
PCC has expanded its existing ban on plastic water bottles as part of an ongoing mission to reduce use of petroleum-based plastics.
Learn the definition of environmental justice and how it’s becoming an integral part of new policies in Washington state.
The eight teaching gardens at Bastyr University provide a wealth of information on feeding the soul while nourishing the body.
Miss Marjorie’s Steel Drum Plantains are Donna Moodie’s delicious tribute to her mother’s hospitality.
Chemicals developed nearly a century ago for PVC pipes and pesticides are now in our food chain. Annie’s Homegrown has pledged to eliminate ortho-phthalates from its mac and cheese production.
PCC is supporting several pieces of federal legislation aimed at everything from increasing equity in the agricultural system to addressing toxic heavy metals in baby food.
A partnership with Seattle Public Utilities is helping PCC provide nutritious food through its grocery rescue program.
PCC members have discount offers available at DeLille Cellars, one of Woodinville’s oldest wineries.
Visit PCC’s new food access webpage to learn about the many ways we strive to make fresh, nutritious food available throughout our community.
Heavy metals in food • Avoiding toxic plastics • Refrigerant concerns
Natural blue food color • Prickly pear fuel • Expanding BIPOC farm • Local food facility? • GMO crops • Food Waste Action Plan • Cereal lawsuit settlement • Microplastics testing • Reaching “peak meat” • Jovial Foods CEO • Climate change lobbying • Reusable coffee cups • Plum Organics sold • Honoring berry breeder • Premium coffee shortage • Mushrooming interest
Scott McCormick retired as PCC’s Director of Operations after a 31-year PCC career that included working at nine different stores.
PCC members elected three new members to the Board of Trustees in the 2021 election.
Meet Emma Cook from the Green Lake Village PCC, Sylvie Koester from Issaquah PCC, Chris Sullivan from Edmonds PCC and Douglas Wellman from Bellevue PCC.