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Did you know every million food dollars spent on commercial big agriculture creates 3 jobs in the market? Now compare that with local farming where the same money creates thirteen new jobs! That’s right, we all know local food is fresher and helps us reduce our carbon footprint. We also hear a lot of talk about how local agriculture strengthens our economy and now we have the numbers to back it up. Continue Reading
Now that the holidays are over and life is getting back to normal there are plenty of reasons to travel. Just the other day a customer was remarking that she travels extensively for work and always comes in to Nature’s Corner to stock up on supplies in case her job sends here to a place where she can’t find foods to meet her specialized diet. While vacations are often a great time to indulge, wouldn’t it be nice to find a cosy little place serving up the healthy foods that make you feel good? Allow me to introduce you to EatWellGuide.Org. Here you can enter any zip code or key word for a list of health-conscious businesses, restaurants, farmer’s markets, csa programs and more all committed to Organic, Local, Sustainable values. Just like you!
I know you’ve all at least heard of rutabagas before but really, how many people actually know what they are and what to do with them? Well, when I saw how absolutely beautiful the Local, Organic Rutabagas were at Nature’s Corner this morning I knew I needed to tell you about them. Continue Reading
Looking to expand your horizons a little? How about a night at the theatre? The New Jersey Repertory Company’s production of Bakersfield Mist is held over until February 5th. There’s nothing quite like a night at the theatre and the New Jersey Repertory is the Jersey Shore’s own year-round professional theatrical company. Get your tickets or view their upcoming productions at http://njrep.org.