A Simple Gift Guide for Salad Lovers and Other Kitchen Creators

It’s probably no surprise that we love getting kitchen gadgets or inspiring ingredients as gifts. So we put together this simple gift guide of things we love in our kitchen. Whether we’re making organic salads with spring mix, arugula, baby kale, spinach, romaine, or Little Gems, a few items are key for our kitchen creating. […]

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What’s Up with Green Friday?

If you adore the frenetic thrill of Black Friday, by all means dive in. We don’t want to strip you of that joy. But if that’s not your jam, maybe Green Friday is more appealing. Green Friday is simply a different way to approach the Day after Thanksgiving in ways that consider our impact on […]

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Doing Our Part to Part with Plastic

Have you noticed anything new about some of our 1-pound packages of organic greens? Yep…we’re flipping our lids to reduce the plastic in our packages by 27%. There’s lots to love about our new Peel + Reseal film lids. 27% less plastic. The new Peel + Reseal lid reduces the plastic in the entire package […]

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We Dub This Month Organic October

Aside from the alliteration, October is a great month to appreciate all things organic and remind ourselves of all the reasons we have chosen to do the work of farming and feeding people this way since 1984. We bet you understand that organic is often defined by what it’s not, but there’s a lot that […]

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Luscious Little Gems

If there is a more delectable lettuce that Little Gem, we don’t know about it…and we’re truly lettuce nerds. Also called “sucrine” for its noticeably sweet flavor, this lettuce is prized for that sweetness as well as its crisp yet buttery texture. Little Gem lettuce looks like small-size romaine, but is a cross between romaine […]

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[Organic Trivia Time] 5 Fun Nuggets about Organic Baby Spinach

Organic baby spinach is a superstar of kitchens and tables everywhere. Maybe it’s because there’s so much nutritious goodness packed into every leaf. Maybe it’s that slightly sweet and mildly earthy taste. Maybe it’s just how dang tender it is. Maybe it’s a combo of all those reasons and more. Whatever excites you about spinach, […]

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Dressing Inspiration for Salad Slayers

You’re already confident about your salad-making prowess and you throw down 3, 4, 5 salads a week, always with your own dressing, never store-bought. These ideas are just for you, oh wise one. Two words: Diced Shallot. You probably already know this, but adding diced shallot to your basic vinaigrette transforms it from simple delicious […]

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Spark Up Your Organic Salad Love with these Simple Ingredients

Tips, Tricks, & Hacks:  For Salad Month, we’re sharing step-saving skills to level up your salad game. We know you love salads. You don’t have to prove anything to us. But we also know that many of you would gladly eat more if only it were simpler to achieve super yummy status. Don’t get us […]

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Bold Ingredients for the Intrepid Salad Slayer

We know you don’t need us to tell you what to put in your salad. But just in case you haven’t thought about these delectable delectable add-ins lately…here’s a little gas for salad fire. Fresh herbs. Not just chopped finely or dried in your dressing, but whole leaves. Fresh basil, Italian parsley, dill, cilantro, mint, […]

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Green-on-Green: Growing Organic Spinach with Solar Power

It’s no secret: farming requires power — brain power and power from energy. Even From the day we started farming in a 2 1/2-acre backyard farm, we’ve always looked for ways to do what we thought was the right thing. On day one, that meant growing our heirloom raspberries, culinary herbs, and baby greens organically. […]

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