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Tek Organic Food & Textile & marketing Co. produces and sells organic food and textile. Their company has over 60 years of experience in food production. Producers and traders of organic products at international markets.
[Co-ops & Grocery Stores]
Founded in 1975, the Blue Hill Co-op Community market has been a gathering place for the Blue Hill Peninsula community for over 30 years. We are more than a one-stop natural foods supermarket and cafe. The Co-op preserves the feeling of an open-air market where you see friends and neighbors. Our staff is friendly, knowledgeable, and always ready to help. What sets us apart is our commitment to healthy, high quality, local-when-available products at affordable, competitive prices.
We are proud of our selection of local, organic, international, and specialized items, not available elsewhere in Blue Hill. We offer the area’s largest selection of fresh organic and local produce, year round. We sell over 500 bulk items; some are local, most are organically grown. Our cheese department is known for the raw milk and handcrafted cheeses from Maine and New England, as well as artisan and specialty cheeses from around the world. We offer locally raised, wild, organic and pasture raised meat, poultry and fish. Our extensive health and beauty section features vitamins and supplements, natural body care products, homeopathic remedies, essential oils, and Maine made and wild-crafted products. Our Cafe offers delicious, freshly prepared vegetarian and non-vegetarian fare daily for eat-in or take-out. Customers can enjoy splendid soups, salads and sandwiches, organic and fair trade coffees and teas, and rich tasty pastries. Special orders, take out and catering are also available.
Our member-owners are a vital and active part of our store. Owners can take advantage of a variety of benefits and special programs, including discounts, in store specials, and the Co-op Connection that provides a discount for our member-owners at participating local businesses. We also offer Health Angels, a series of talks and demonstrations, open to the public, given by regional experts on complementary medicine, cooking, and using whole foods.
The Blue Hill Co-op Community market is a democratic organization dedicated to supplying wholesome food; sharing information; practicing economic and environmental sustainability; and encouraging community strength with respect for the diverse requirements of all people. All in all, the Co-op is a gathering place for a strong, healthy, informed and empowered community.
[Health & Beauty]
Organic, natural, bath, body, gift and spa products from Hawaii. Organic Hawaiian hydrolsols, fresh organic ingredients from local farmers.
Valley Fig Growers is a farmer owned cooperative, it is also the largest packer of dried figs in North America. It is the world's most diversified dried fig processor. Product line includes whole, diced, paste, concentrate, extuded, colored & flavored and powdered figs. We process conventional, natural and organic dried figs.
The Cedar Circle Farm Farmstand and Education Center are located on a fifty-acre organic vegetable and berry farm in the Upper Connecticut River Valley of Vermont. Our threefold educational mission is to train next generation farmers, raise public awareness of the importance and benefits of local organic agriculture, and to increase access to quality organic foods to low-income people.
Established 1982 by former organic farmers. The owners love serving quality, hearty, healthy, breakfast, lunch, dinner. Donna and Kevin Maltz also started AH!LASKA organic cocoa and chocolate syrup company. The restaurant and scratch bakery offers fantastic organic and natural food choices. Everything is made on premises and whole grains are ground daily. The seafood is caught in Alaskan waters and local organic vegetables served in season. Open daily 7AM-9PM offering organic Espresso bar, smoothies, milkshakes,
Specializing in Alaskan Crab & seafood Early bird specials.
Arctic Organics is a small scale family vegetable farm near Palmer, Alaska run by Sarah and River Bean since 1988. Our goal is to ensure clean, pesticide-, GMO-, and chemical-free produce and to practice sustainable farming techniques that are harmonious with nature. To that end, we grow 100% of the produce we sell, use as many local resources as possible, and have fostered a direct sustainable connection between farmers and consumers in our community.
We have a Community Supported Agriculture program for which we provide 125 families with weekly deliveries from mid-June through September, sold by seasonal subscription. We also sell produce, plants, apple trees, and cut flowers at our farm and at the Anchorage farmers market from early May to mid-October, and we grow custom specialty vegetables for local restaurants. Storage vegetables are available by special order while supplies last through the winter.
Alongside farming, we spearheaded the development of an Alaskan organic growers’ certification program, the Alaska Organic Association. We were also active in starting the Eagle River farmers market and the Anchorage farmers market.
[Associations & Organizations]
The Agricultural marketing Service includes five commodity programs--Dairy, Fruit and Vegetable, Livestock and Seed, Poultry, and Cotton and Tobacco. The programs provide standardization, grading and market news services for those commodities. They enforce such Federal Laws as the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act and the Federal Seed Act. AMS commodity programs also oversee marketing agreements and orders, administer research and promotion programs, and purchase commodities for Federal food programs.
[Associations & Organizations]
A non-profit orginization dedicated to promoting organic, local and sustainable agriculture and gardening in Texas.
Green Circle Organics is a produce stand located within Central market in Lancaster, PA. We offer local, certified organic produce, in season, selected from a wide variety of county farmers and co-ops. We also offer a selection of locally produced organic dairy products, including raw milk cheeses, raw & pastured milk, eggs from grass fed hens, yogurt, and free-trade bananas, mangoes, coffee, tea, and chocolates. Featuring Lancaster's Slow Rise Bakery Breads. Our mission is to offer the highest quality products at fair prices as a way to bring local goods from family-owned farms to Lancaster City, in turn supporting our local sustainable economy and agricultural heritage. Member, Susquehanna Sustainable Business Network.