Go Greens for Breakfast

One of the things we love about starting the day green – other than the pure deliciousness of it – is that we knock out at least one of the recommended servings of veggies right out of the gate! Seems like we’re all paying a bit more attention to staying as healthy as we can […]

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The Absolutely Essential Guide to No-Cook Meals

Summer’s just about here, but it’s already scorching in many places around the country. And when it’s hot outside, we crave cool, light sustenance…plus we’d rather not heat up the house to put dinner on the table. So this month, we’re focusing our recipes on satisfying and simple No-Cook Meals. Sure, we have a bit […]

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Giving Back to the Community that Gives So Much to Us

We’re proud to be part of Taylor Farms, a family-owned local company that gives back to the community that gives so much to us all. It’s always been part of how the company operates. Every year, we invest more than $1 million in local program that help build equity in under-served communities, focused on three […]

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We Go Back to the Future: It’s an Organic Heritage Thing

Earthbound Farm’s organic journey started in 1984 and has taken us from a tiny, 2½-acre founding farm in Carmel Valley, California to being one of the largest organic produce companies anywhere, converting thousands of acres to organic along the way. That’s thousands of acres being farmed in a way that protects pollinators, enhances biodiversity, and […]

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A “WHAT ARE YOU BINGE-WATCHING” SALAD? YUP.

We’re a lotta weeks into this stay-at-home situation. Have you finished Netflix? Emptied Hulu? Drained Amazon Prime? This is the week you put your binge-watching knowledge to good use. “Wait? Isn’t it still Salad Month? Shouldn’t we have a Salad Sunday this week?” Of course it is and we do. But first, we need to […]

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The Challenge: Salad-ifying What’s in Your Kitchen

May is (Organic) Salad Month and we’re taking a hard look at our salad game. How many times during this lockdown have you stared into the kitchen refrigerator, or into your pantry, and wondered, “What the heck can I make with this stuff?” Us, too. So, for this week’s exercise in pushing ourselves out of […]

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A Month of #SaladSundays

Not sure who it was who dubbed May National Salad Month…but we’ll take it, and raise ‘em one: National Organic Salad Month. Are you with us? We’ve got quite a lot in store for you this month. Everything except the dreaded woman laughing eating salad. We promise none of that. 😉 Even though our very […]

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WHAT KIND OF DIFFERENCE DO YOU WANT TO MAKE?

We admire and respect the remarkable Jane Goodall for many reasons, including her wisdom. Maybe now more than ever we understand the potentially wide-ranging impact of our simplest actions. Whether it’s doing our part to flatten the curve or making Planet Positive choices, what each of us does every single day matters, from staying at […]

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Grow Something Green!

How’d you like to grow your own greens, even if you have no yard? We’ll teach you to farm organically, reusing an Earthbound Farm clamshell and a semi-sunny window.  Reusable, recyclable Earthbound Farm salad clamshell containers make marvelous containers for mini organic lettuce gardens or other plants. The 1-pound size is ideal for growing organic […]

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Do We Really Need a National Celery Month?

Not us. We don’t NEED a “national celery month” to demonstrate our passion for organic celery. We do it on the daily. We love eating it. We love the color. We love the fresh fragrance of a celery field when the harvesters are picking those beautiful stalks (ICYMI the bunch of celery is called a […]

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Food to Love By in Celebration of Valentine’s Day

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”   Virginia Woolf We have always thought of organic as food to live by. Which means it’s really also food to love by, this being Valentine’s Day week and all. So if you’re looking to treat your Valentine to something special, we’ve […]

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