Monthly Archives: April 2014


Businesses Fight Foodborne Illnesses: PMA’s Gold Circle

Foodborne Illnesses and food safety are huge issues to our cause and a big reason we developed a product for your home that provides a simple and effective solution. According to a March 2013 report on the attribution of foodborne illnesses from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that analyzed data from 4,589 …

Earth Day Every Day

Tomorrow is Earth Day, and for many Americans one of the only times of year where they stop and think about the “big picture” regarding the planet and our place on it. Don’t get us wrong, one day of recognizing the impact of humans in nature is better than zero days, and we know that …

Passover Seder Plate Primer

Tonight is the first night of Passover, when Jewish families gather around the dinner table to commemorate Moses leading his people out of Egypt with a ceremonial meal known as the Seder. During the seder, family members read from the Haggadah, a text which guides the order of what is to take place as the …

Organic Food And The Walmart Effect

Walmart announced this week that they are expanding their selection of organic foods, and we’re not sure how we feel about that. On the one hand, the idea of organic food being more affordable and being available to a wider demographic sounds like a good thing. We consider it our mission to advance the health, …

Foods and Herbs That Heal and Soothe

April 7th is the World Health Organization’s (WHO) international World Heath Day. Since  1950, WHO has been using this date to draw attention to global health issues. This year, it happens to be dedicated to vector-born diseases, or diseases that are carried by mosquitoes, sandflies, ticks, and other bugs. They carry diseases like malaria, as …

Friday Grab Bag 4.04.14!

It’s another Friday, which means its time for another Friday Grab Bag! It’s been another one of those weeks where so much has been going on, and all of a sudden its almost the weekend. We saw another April Fools Day come and go this week, and we certainly hope that yours went a whole …