Sustainable Food Systems means accounting for the full cycle of the food we eat—considering how it is grown, harvested, packaged, transported, and then disposed of—and asks the question: Is what we’re eating good for our bodies and the planet?
Most of the food found in the grocery store is the product of an unsustainable food system. This food is dependent on foreign oil, is destroying soil, contaminates water, has caused disease outbreaks, and may be robbing our grandchildren of the ability to grow food at all. It is often said that consumers hold a lot of power, but I believe that to stop being a consumer is even more powerful. Choosing not to support the industrial food system is the beginning of sustainable eating.
We believe nature is the farmer's friend and that organically grown food is more nutritious than food grown with chemicals. We offer produce directly from the source. From the farm to your home; from our hands to your tables; from our hearts to your bellies!