Eating produce when it is in season is an important way to not only reduce our carbon footprint, but also to consume healthier and cheaper foods.
Recently, a movement has emerged calling for people to buy more locally grown food.
It seems every year as summer winds down, New Englanders start looking forward to cooking winter food. By mid-August we’ve had about all of the burgers and grilled chicken we can stand and envision comforting winter food in the oven.
Spring has sprung in Massachusetts! This means that there is an abundance of food in season right now. The tasty benefits of eating fresh seasonal food are bountiful. Just imagining the smell of your first spring meal made with crisp asparagus may have you running to the fresh produce aisle. But how can you ensure read more
Eating fresh fruits and vegetables is an essential part of a healthy diet, this we’re sure you already know. But did you know that the best way to ensure you’re consuming fresh produce is to eat local? Since the produce and other food that you’re consuming is local, you can rest assured that it is read more