Monthly Archives: July 2012

Filled Up or Fed Up: Cheryl Muñoz

Cheryl Muñoz is the co-founder of the Sugar Beet Coop, an Oak Park, IL food cooperative providing high quality, locally sourced food at fair value to its member-owners and the community. It also serves as a neighborhood gathering place for … Continue reading

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The Slippery Slope of Organic

There’s an interesting article in the New York Times this week. It explores how some of the big organic food companies are trying to loosen the rules on what constitutes an organic product. If they are allowed to succeed, there … Continue reading

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POWER TO THE…MOM!

The battle for good food is being fought in your grocery stores and supermarkets. And the soldiers are moms. I pick moms because they make the decisions of what to buy when feeding the family.  I know this is a … Continue reading

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