Posts tagged eat organic


Fresh Food Is Better Than Frozen

Fresh food is better than frozen food when it comes to a number of key factors involving food quality. Have you seen the new ad from the American Frozen Food Institute? By our count, we’ve seen it at least six times this week! It’s very slickly crafted, with lush imagery and smooth voiceover work, telling …

USDA Failure to Protect Organic Food

Is USDA failure creating a situation where food labelled organic is allowed to contain genetically modified ingredients ? As we wrote about earlier this month,  the USDA recently changed the rules by which the National Organic Safety Board (NOSB) regulates the amount of non-organic material that can be included in products labelled “organic”. We also recently …

Meatless Monday: Organic Popcorn!

Happy Meatless Monday at the beginning of Small Business Week!  It’s a great time to celebrate a community of which BerryBreeze is a part of, particularly when it comes to those who share our passion for healthy food for a healthy planet. One company that is making news is the Quinn Popcorn Company in Boulder, Colorado. Started …

Organic Food Label Dilemma of 2014

Organic food is something we are truly passionate about here at BerryBreeze. Our raison d’etre is to sustain the quality and improve value of fresh food. We make a product that keeps fruits and vegetables fresh and live for 2-3 times longer. It’s something we take great pride in, and it is part of the reason we often …

Eat Organic And Pee Less Pesticides!

In the ongoing debate over whether people who eat organic foods actually any real benefits over non-organic, an interesting study was released yesterday that indicates that an organic diet has at least one benefit. The study found lower trances of organophosphate metabolites in consumers that ate organic food for a week compared to those who …

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, …

5 Ways to “Get Green” for St. Patrick’s Day

It’s St. Patrick’s Day, so “Top o’ the Morning to ya!” (or whatever time of day you find yourself reading this). It’s a great day to be Irish (or just pretend you are), eat Irish food, and of course drink Irish drinks. Part of the tradition is to of course wear something green so that …

Organic On A Budget? You Can Do This!

One of the biggest complaints you hear when trying to persuade friends and family to go organic is “It’s just so much more expensive.” While initially apples to apples-type comparisons may support that complaint, there are so many ways to take the sting out of changing over to a healthier and safer food-consumption lifestyle. It …