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  • Costco, Trader Joe’s Fruit Recall

    A massive fruit recall from one California producer includes fresh peaches, plums, nectarines, and pluots that it shipped to retailers including Costco and Trader Joe’s in June and July. Last week Trader Joe’s issued a recall saying that they had been alerted by their supplier, Wawona Packing Co., of tree-ripened stone fruit that there is […] More

  • Hate Food Waste? Love Melons? Watermelon Rind Makes Tasty UnWastey Summer Nom!

    Nothing says ‘summertime’ like a ripe juicy melon! But what then? What do you do once you’ve eaten all the red juicy deliciousness, spit out all the seeds, and cleaned every melon slice right down to the watermelon rind? Especially for fruitivores who hate food waste, the answer’s easy: you eat the rinds, too! More

  • How to Make Homemade Fruit and Herb Infused Water

    Cool off this summer with a batch of all-natural, homemade fruit and herb infused water. There’s no need for pricey equipment or shopping lists; only your favorite produce, water and a container. More

  • 5 Ways to Reduce Waste and Save Money at the Same Time

    You may be surprised to learn that you can produce less waste and actually save money at the same time. It may require a bit of research and a change in habits, but the rewards are worthwhile. If you want to leave the world a better place for your kids and simultaneously cash in, check out these tips. More

  • KIND Nuts & Spices: Healthy AND Tasty

    The folks at KIND HEALTHY SNACKS have done it again with KIND Nuts & Spices, a line of whole nut bars with only 5g or less of sugar. They are also all-natural (as in truly nothing artificial, not just the ubiquitous “all-natural” label), non-GMO and gluten free.  I recently received a box of samples and I’m […] More

  • Avoiding Food Waste with Your Smart Phone

    Wouldn’t it be great to know if a piece of fruit was overripe or otherwise lacking in quality before you bit into it? You may soon be able to test it with your smart phone before buying it. More

  • Citrus Fruits Linked to Reduced Stroke Risk

    Fruit and veggie lovers, rejoice: yet another study confirms that plant-based foods are good for you! Consumption of flavonone-rich citrus fruits reduces stroke risk, according to new research. More

  • What’s Happening With The US Fruit And Vegetable Supply?

    Most public health and nutrition experts would say that it would be better if Americans ate even more fruit and vegetables than they do because of their value in addressing obesity, cancer and other health concerns. How does that goal reconcile with these recent supply statistics? More

  • 6 Tips to Eat Healthy on a Budget

    You can eat healthy on a budget without giving up flavor or convenience! The best food we can eat isis packed with nutrients, yet not packed with calories. Inexpensive isn’t a bad trait either, and the cheapest foods can be canned, frozen, or fresh. What if you have a craving for something sweet? No problem, […] More

  • Is the End of the Banana Near?

    Extinction of species is an unfortunate problem of homogenization. As we learn more about the environment, we as a society have begun to make changes in many areas of our life. We drive hybrids, have solar powered garage doors, and recycle. More

  • Top 8 Healthy Pumpkin Recipes

    Pumpkin and pumpkin puree are the perfect seasonal addition to healthy recipes. Here are eight ways to use that extra pumpkin in your pantry. More

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