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Monthly Archives: September 2010
New sign going up
East Village Grieve has all the details. Here’s Marcus of Patrick Nash Designs installing the new sign, based on the winning design of our logo contest.
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Gigantic Neck Pumpkin
Lancaster sent us some crazy huge pumpkins. Make some friends and split one of these–or make a huge batch of squash soup and share or freeze. Customer Kirk poses with one.
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Breezie Maples Farm Maple Syrup from New York wins “The Tasties”!
NEW YORK, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ — The October issue of Cooking Light (www.CookingLight.com) features the brand’s first-ever Taste Test Awards – “The Tasties.” The editors tested 200 food products and came up with the best-tasting winners in 32 categories. Twenty-six … Continue reading
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Produce delivery schedule this week
There will be a very large delivery Tuesday instead of deliveries today, Monday and Wednesday. Friday will resume regular deliveries.
Hen rotation at the farm
Our egg distributor at Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative has informed us that we’ll have a drop in egg supply for a few weeks while the flocks are being rotated, due to the weather changing. Be on the look out for … Continue reading
Organic Strawberry Buzz
A former co-op member sent in a link to this NPR segment which discusses a recent study on organic strawberries. Host Ira Flatow introduces the idea that people primarily buy organic food because of perceived health benefits. The segment is … Continue reading
Corporations and the Cooperative
What do a half-billion eggs have to do with democracy? The massive recall of salmonella-infected eggs, the largest egg recall in U.S. history, opens a window on the power of large corporations over not only our health, but over our … Continue reading