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Global Organic Food & Beverages 11. Market Perspective with Study of Leading Players and Revenue to Significant Growth Forecast by 2026 – CupMint

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The Global Organic Food & Beverages Market is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides the industry overview with growth analysis and historical & futuristic cost, revenue, demand and supply data (as applicable). The researchers offer a thorough description of the value chain and its distributor analysis. This Market analysis gives in-depth data which enhances the understanding, scope, and application of this report.

Some of the Leading key Companys Covered for this Research are:

Dean Foods (U.S.) Evol Foods (U.S.) Small Planet foods Inc. (U.S.) Frito-Lay North America Inc. (U.S.) Organic Valley (U.S.) Rapunzel Naturkost GmbH (Germany) Newmans Own, Inc. (U.S.) Hain Celestial Group Inc. (U.S.) American Roland Food Corp (U.S.) Clif Bar & Company (U.S.) Amys Kitchen, Inc. (U.S.) Spartan Stores Inc. (U.S.) Natures Sun grown foods Inc. (U.S.) Stonyfield Farm Inc. (U.S.) Dole Food Co., Inc. (U.S.) Natures path foods (Canada)

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The Organic Food & Beverages Market is divided based on product type, application, and regions:

On the basis of Types, the Global Organic Food & Beverages Market is segmented into:

Organic Fruits and Vegetables Beverages Bakery Others

On the basis of Application, the Global Organic Food & Beverages Market is Segmented into:

Supermarkets and Hypermarkets Online Retailers Others

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South America Organic Food & Beverages Market (Brazil, Argentina)

The Middle East & Africa Organic Food & Beverages Market (South Africa, Saudi Arabia)

Europe Organic Food & Beverages Market (Spain, U.K., Italy, Germany, Russia, France)

North America Organic Food & Beverages Market (U.S., Mexico, Canada)

Asia-Pacific Organic Food & Beverages Market (China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia)

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1 Industry Overview of Organic Food & Beverages

2 Industry Chain Analysis of Organic Food & Beverages

3 Manufacturing Technology of Organic Food & Beverages

4 Major Manufacturers Analysis of Organic Food & Beverages

5 Global Productions, Revenue and Price Analysis of Organic Food & Beverages by Regions, Creators, Types and Applications

6 Global and Foremost Regions Capacity, Production, Revenue and Growth Rate of Organic Food & Beverages 2013-2019

7 Consumption Volumes, Consumption Value, Import, Export and Trade Price Study of Organic Food & Beverages by Regions

8 Gross and Gross Margin Examination of Organic Food & Beverages

9 Marketing Traders or Distributor Examination of Organic Food & Beverages

10 Worldwide Impacts on Organic Food & Beverages Industry

11 Development Trend Analysis of Organic Food & Beverages

12 Contact information of Organic Food & Beverages

13 New Project Investment Feasibility Analysis of Organic Food & Beverages

14 Conclusion of the Global Organic Food & Beverages Industry 2019 Market Research Report

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Tribute to Dr Edward P Echlin, a friend of the Earth – Independent Catholic News

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Dr Edward P Echlin

Dr Edward P Echlin, eco-theologian and organic gardener, died just before Christmas at the age of 89 years. We in the UK churches have lost a great advocate of "ecological conversion". The natural world has lost a dedicated friend.

I have known Edward and his wife Barbara since Christian Ecology Link (or CEL, now Green Christian) was founded in the early 1980s.

He spoke at conferences of the National Justice and Peace Network in the 1990s, and his firm promise that despite getting invitations to speak from around the world he would never fly was the first time I realised how serious the response to environmental crises needed to be.

In 2012, he ran a workshop at CEL's 30th anniversary conference in Bristol, arguing that small scale, biodiverse, organic food production not only preserves soil and stabilises climate but is also the most productive form of agriculture. That same year he helped Sisters of St Joseph of Peace and associates - gathered in London from the United States, Haiti, El Salvador and Britain - to explore their mission of Peace and Care for Creation.

He urged a move away from an oil-based lifestyle, undertaking gardening, and supporting local environmental initiatives such as farmers' markets. He presented a Hubbard squash plant from the Echlin's organic garden to the sisters. He was always generous in drawing attention to the unsung heroes who have put climate change on the agenda of the Christian churches in Britain, and paid warm tribute to Barbara, a great networker in building up the Green Christian movement.

Edward was critical of the obsession so many Christians have with 'inner journey' spiritualities and debates about church structures. He suggested that the Churches should focus much more on, and indeed have "a priceless contribution" to offer to, the Earth community in its struggle to mitigate climate change. We sometimes forget that we are the "prophetic presence of the living and risen Jesus Christ". He was a 'hands-on' kind of theologian. He wandered around allotments to discover the "precious wisdom" of allotment holders, and, indeed, to learn from the wisdom inherent in the whole soil community of plants and animals. He had enormous respect for the world's small growers and farmers, highlighting that their efforts feed millions throughout the world. It was rare to turn up to a meeting with Edward and Barbara and not be treated to tasty tomatoes or pears from their garden.

He was born on 15 January 1930 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1948 and remained a Jesuit for 25 years. In the early 1970s he lectured in England - at Ushaw College, Durham, and as Catholic Lecturer at the Anglican theological college at Lincoln. He was laicised and married Barbara in December 1974. Always interested in the environment, from the eighties onwards he focused all his efforts on relating Jesus Christ and the Earth. He saw rebuilding a mutually supportive relationship of humans with the Earth community, as the defining issue of the twenty-first century. He wrote three books: Earth Spirituality, Jesus at the Centre (1999/2002), The Cosmic Circle, Jesus and Ecology (2004), and Climate and Christ, A Prophetic Alternative (2010). He also wrote numerous articles in both academic and popular journals and magazines, and had a chapter in the 2017 book Reclaiming the Common Good - How Christians can help rebuild our broken world.

Earth Spirituality: Jesus at the Centre traced Edward's own life journey - from the starting point of his childhood experiences in the Great Lakes of North America, through years with the Jesuits, to his life in Southern England as an ecological theologian and organic gardener. He presented wonderful images of a childhood in Michigan which greatly influenced his concern for the natural world. As a boy, he remembered seeing the stumps of trees everywhere. Some were as tall as a boy because lumberjacks, working on snowshoes and wielding two-man saws, worked despite the thick snow which carpeted the State between November and March. "As I grew up, homes for car workers were replacing the cleared farms which had replaced the woods," he said, and he was alerted to other environmental issues too. The passenger pigeon was extinct by 1914 but there were elderly people around during his boyhood who "remembered them whistling through the sky in their millions." He says that, "we wondered as boys if it could happen to other birds, to animals, to us too".

His "Jesuit years" reinforced the embracing of a spirituality which encompassed God's Earth. "Ignatius tells us to thank other creatures, the angels, saints, heavenly bodies, and all soil creatures, including those that move in the waters, that, despite our sin, they support us, remain in relationships with us, and do not destroy us." He was a great admirer of theologian Teilhard de Chardin and took the view that good is in all things and all things in God. Edward lived in England with Barbara from the 1970s, first in Ripon and then in East Sussex. In East Sussex he insulated the walls and the roof to save energy, installing solar tubes which heat water about half the year, and purchased bicycles.

He talked of the desirability of liberating theology from academic confinement and condemned the failure of Church leaders and theologians "to provide a theologically compelling Earth spirituality or to bite the sharp bullet of sustainable living". He drew attention to the cosmological dimensions in the birth and death of Jesus - the star, the earthquake and the descent of unusual darkness on the earth. Echlin painted a picture of the environment that Jesus lived in and linked references to the natural world in the everyday life and parables of Jesus. He felt Jesus offers a reconciliation which encompasses a wounded planet, saying, "Reconciliation in Jesus of Nazareth, risen and glorified, includes all families and all creatures, the entire earth community, past, present and future".

Edward felt the sensitivity of Jesus to nature is particularly vivid in his parables, which are "derived from living close to the natural world and from familiarity with the Jewish scriptures and their metaphors of cosmic order, drawn from predictably changing seasons, reliable skies and winds, seas which did not transgress the limits of the strand, birds which migrated seasonally in Autumn and on the Spring thermals". He felt keenly the loss of Sunday - the Sabbath - as a special day of prayer and community in a society where people are more likely to spend the day working and shopping. As for sacraments, he felt Baptism reminds us of the sacredness of water and we must respect and heal seas, beaches and all local aquifers with their teeming life. Preparation for Confirmation could include a commitment to consume sustainably and locally, to share transport, to restore ruined local habitats. We should use local organic bread and wine at our Eucharists - "bread which Earth has given and human hands have made" and "fruit of the vine and work of human hands." Penitential prayers should include personal and structural ecological sin. Liturgies should be Earth-inclusive. He had a passion for fruit trees and in the past year inspired the planting of 24 apple and pear trees, in church grounds, schools and individual gardens. In his view, "this beautiful practice symbolises that Christians are water and tree people, an Earth-renewing presence wherever they live and worship".

I picture Edward in the Holy Land's Garden of Gethsemane, which he visited several times before giving up air travel, where he "was moved by the biodiversity and the sheep grazing peacefully there with birds resting on their back."

Dr Edward P Echlin was Chair Emeritus of Catholic Concern for Animals, Honorary Research Fellow in Theology, University College of Trinity & All Saints, Leeds and Visiting Scholar at Sarum College, Salisbury. He was a member of Green Christian, Garden Organic, Soil Association and other environmental NGOs. He died on 23 December. His funeral is at 12.30pm on Wednesday 15 January - which would have been his 90th birthday. The funeral Mass is at his local church, St Martha's RC Church, Cooden Sea Road, Bexhill. He will be buried in Bexhill Cemetery, and his grave will be located in a beautiful part of the cemetery with countryside around, and the South Downs and Beachy Head visible in the distance.

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Going back to classics & organic options – The New Indian Express

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As we usher into a new year, the trends in dining out will witness changes. Giving us an overview of what can be expected is Prem K Pogakula, Executive Chef, The Imperial New Delhi.

When it comes to new trends in dining out, customers are switching over to healthy and natural food (pesticide-free) more than ever.

People are always on the lookout for wellness alternatives in their food, says chef Pogakula, who believes that starting 2020, preference for GMO-free ingredients will increase.

Also, with the urban lifestyle evading our way of eating, I think one-pot meals are something to look forward to and are surely the next big thing. With time crunch and both the partners working in a nuclear family scenario, one-pot meals are super easy, highly nutritious with adequate protein and starch content and are perfect for a quick meal. You can also call it as urban cooking.

Chef Pogakula believes that 2020 is going to be quite challenging for chefs because of new FSSAI regulations, imposing a lot of restrictions on imported ingredients.

Owing to that, most chefs will have to curate a menu with the locally available ingredients because sourcing imported essentials or a brand will become increasingly difficult. We have to devise a way to look out for local ingredients because they are consistently available and are tremendous in flavours too.

Chefs are also working with emotional food along with childhood or regional memories.Food memories specifically offer a magical feeling, transporting you back in time through food.

Chefs are taking this concept quite seriously now and are researching hard to bring back flavours for their personal kitchens for one to feel truly nostalgic I also believe lost tribal recipes are in the process of being explored to a great extent, he says.

Discovering new cuisines Food connoisseurs are always on the lookout for old and global recipes as they possess simple and straight flavours.

People prefer classic recipes them over fusion cuisine. Only experimented cuisine calls for fusion food on your palate. It can never ever replace or take over the classic cuisine.The signature old and often lost cooking techniques are of great significance as well.

For instance the cooking process in one of the tribes of Rajasthan where they made pits in the ground and cooked their meat was an intrinsic cooking method which is still prevalent in the state.

So, according to chef Pogakula, 2020 will see the revival of such old classic cooking techniques and recipes with presentation inspired from the bygone era.

Marijuana edibles As more and more countries start to legalise marijuana, the opportunity to experiment with this secret ingredient with its numerous many medicinal benefits, increases. Its perhaps the most interesting new ingredient in the market to appear in coming years, with chef are working on new found ways of cooking with cannabis, he concludes.

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Insights Industry Dynamics which are stimulating the Global Organic Pea Protein Isolates Market – CONewsIndustry

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Organic Pea Protein Isolates Market Introduction

Organic pea protein isolates are organic and natural pea protein isolates offering nutritional benefits and high level of functionality. Organic pea protein isolates are made from organic yellow peas also known as pisum sativum, it has high liquid solubility and contains vital nutrients. The demand for organic pea protein isolates is growing owing to the rise in vegan population, growing preference for non-GMO and organic products, and increasing penetration of allergies and lactose intolerance.

Organic pea protein isolatesoffers high digestibility and are absorbed well by the body. In response to growing demand for organic food products by customers, food producers are offering pea protein isolates that are certified organic, gluten-free, along with fine texture.

Organic Pea Protein Isolates Market- Notable Highlights

The Scoular Company

Founded in 1892, The Scoular Company is located in the US. The company is into buying, selling, handling, processing and storing grains and ingredients.

AIDP, Inc.

Founded in 1996, AIDP, Inc. is located in the US. The company provides minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and proprietary and specialty products.

Farbest Brands

Founded in 1955, Farbest Brands is located in the US. The company is the premier distributor of high quality food, beverages, and nutritional ingredients.

The Green Labs LLC

Founded in 2009, The Green Labs LLC is located in the US. The company is into commercialization, manufacturing, and distribution of conventional/organic powders, extracts, and herbal products.

Key players operating in the organic pea protein isolates market are Phyto-Therapy Pty. Ltd., World Food Processing, L.L.C, Shaanxi Fuheng Biotechnology Co., Ltd, Zelang Group, Organic Ingredients Co., Ltd., and A&B Ingredients.

Organic Pea Protein Isolates Market Dynamics

Growing Vegan Population Driving Demand for Organic Pea Protein Isolates

Increasing number of people opting for vegan diet is driving demand for plant-based protein or vegan protein powders made using ingredients such as soy, hemp, pea, etc. however, compared to other proteins, the demand for organic pea protein isolates is constantly rising owing to its allergen-friendly nature as compared to common food allergens such as soy, wheat, egg, etc.

In keeping with emerging trend of vegan diet, food industry is shifting towards organic pea protein isolates as it is gluten-free and nutritious. Food companies are also increasingly focusing on using high quality, non-GMO yellow peas to produce organic pea protein isolates, thereby, offering product that is rich in glutamine, arginine, lysine, and leucine, benefiting bone, tissue, and muscles. Moreover, organic pea protein isolates are also formulated using digestive enzymes to enhance benefits of this vegan protein supplement.

Organic Pea Protein Isolates Finding Wide Application in Various Food and Beverages Products

Organic pea protein isolates are widely used in various food and beverages products due to the diverse health benefits. Food companies are launching new food and beverages products containing organic pea protein isolates. For instance, Daiya Foods, a Canadian company has launched various products including pea protein isolates in the last few years in the US and Canada. Most of the products containing organic pea protein isolates include cereal, snack, meal replacement beverages, and energy bars. In recent years, the UK has also witnessed the launch of new food products containing organic pea protein isolates including bread products and meal replacement beverages.

The number of food and beverages products with organic pea protein isolates are likely to witness robust growth in the coming years with increasing investment by food producers in production of new food products with organic pea protein isolates. Moreover, pea protein isolates are also being added to food products such as burgers, smoothies, yogurt, and ice cream.

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High Cost of Organic Pea Protein Isolates to Hamper the Growth

The cost of the plant-based protein is one of the factors considered by consumers while purchasing animal-free or dairy-free protein products. Concerns have been raised by consumers on the high price of organic pea protein isolates as compared to dairy-based or conventional protein sources. Although organic pea protein isolates have better nutritional profile and is beneficial for people with allergies and food sensitivity, organic products are expensive as compared to conventional counterparts.

With pea protein shifting from the fitness product to mainstream, consumers are demanding better tasting product Moreover, addressing new grades of pea protein and improving taste are the two biggest challenge for food producers in the organic pea protein isolates market.

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Rising demand for produce prompts grocers to expand selection – Greater Baton Rouge Business Report

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The demand for fresh fruits and vegetables has caused large-scale supermarkets to rethink their purchasing.

The Wall Street Journal reports produce sales rose to $62 billion this year, up from $60.8 billion in 2018. Krogers organic produce alone reached a reported $1 billion in sales last year.

To keep up with demand, grocers are expanding produce selections to include new, and sometimes exotic, choices. However, local grocery stores still struggle with profit margins as more investments are made in online grocery delivery.

Organic produce sales grew by nearly 7% in 2018, compared to conventional produce sales growth of 0.6%, although conventional produce raked in the bulk of overall sales at $55.8 billion compared to organics $4.1 billion.

Despite the higher loss rates than other food products, stores are expanding produce offerings to keep up with the demand. Shoppers that buy more produce also drive up traffic in other aisles, as those who buy more produce tend to spend more at checkout, The Journal reports.

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Days after Almark Foods announced a voluntary recall that included all hard-boiled eggs it produced, the company has expanded the recall to all of its products due to potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.

The first recall was announced on Friday. By Monday, Almark included all of its products in the recall that were produced in Gainesville, Georgia.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the pre-packaged hard-boiled eggs were believed to be responsible for an outbreak of listeria which infected seven people and killed one.

The CDC says the eggs produced by Almark Foods were shipped nationwide. Of the seven infected, four were hospitalized and one death was reported in Texas. Of the confirmed cases, the closest to Massachusetts was in Maine.

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, they notified Almark Foods on Dec. 18 that the companys hard-boiled and peeled eggs may be associated with a Listeria monocytogenes outbreak. A more recent FDA sample from the facility, the agency said, also matched the outbreak strain, suggesting the possibility that the strain may have remained present in the facility.

Almark has temporarily suspended all production at its Gainesville plant. The recalled products include Best If Used By dates up through March 2, 2020.

The affected products can be identified by viewing the Best If Used By date coding on the product package. If the Best If Used By code starts with the prefix G, the product was manufactured at the companys Gainesville facility and is subject to this recall. Products with the prefix N or Y are not subject to this recall.

The products included in the recall are:

Brand - Product

7 Select - 2 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs w/salt/pepper

Almark Foods - Classic ProBox Mini

Almark Foods - Smokehouse PRoBox Mini

Almark Foods - Barbecue Probox Mini

Almark Foods - Classic ProBox

Almark Foods - Smokehouse ProBox

Almark Foods - Barbecue ProBox

Almark Foods - 12 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - Hard-Cooked Eggs - 5# Bag

Almark Foods - 1 Count Hard Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - 2 Count Hard Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - Cage Free Hard-Cooked Eggs - 5# Bag

Almark Foods - Cage Free 1 Count Hard Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - Organic 12 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - Red Beet 2 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - Cage Free 2 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs w/salt/pepper

Almark Foods - Cage Free 2 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - Cage Free 6 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - Cage Free 12 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - 2 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs w/salt/pepper

Almark Foods - 6 count Hard-Cooked eggs

Almark Foods - Three 2 counts in Clamshell Hard Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - Organic 2 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Almark Foods - 12 Count Cage Free Hard-Cooked Eggs

Best Choice - Three 2 counts in Clamshell Hard Cooked Eggs

CMI - 12 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

CMI - 12 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Dairy Fresh - Great Value 6 Count Stand-Up Pouch Hard-Cooked Eggs

Dairy Fresh - 2 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Deb-El - Deb-El 12 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Egglands Best - 6 Count Stand up Pouch Cage Free Hard Cooked Eggs

Egglands Best - Egglands Best Hard-Cooked Eggs - 5# Bag

Egglands Best - 1 count Egglands Best Hard Cooked Eggs

Egglands Best - Egglands Best Cage Free Hard-Cooked Eggs - 5# Bag

Egglands Best - 2 Count Egglands Best Eggs w/salt/pepper

Egglands Best - 12 Count Stand up Pouch Hard Cooked Eggs

Egglands Best - 10 Count Stand up Pouch Hard Cooked Eggs

Egglands Best - 6 Count Stand up Pouch Hard Cooked Eggs

Egglands Best - 2 Count Egglands Best Eggs

Egglands Best - 6 Count Stand up Pouch Organic Hard Cooked Eggs

Everyday Essentials - 6 Count Hard-Cooked eggs

Farmers Hen House - 6 Count Stand up Pouch Hard Cooked Eggs

Food Club - Food Club 6 Count Stand-Up Pouch Hard-Cooked Eggs

Fresh Thyme - Fresh Thyme 6 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Fresh Thyme -Fresh Thyme 2 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Giant Eagle -Giant Eagle 6 Count Stand-Up Pouch Cage Free Hard-Cooked Eggs

Great Day -2 Count Hard Cooked Eggs

Great Day -6 Count Hard-Cooked eggs

Great Value -Great Value 6 Count Stand-Up Pouch Hard-Cooked Eggs

Inpsired Organics -6 Count Stand up Pouch Organic Hard Cooked Eggs

Inpsired Organics -2 Count Organic Hard-Cooked Eggs

Kirkland Signature -2 count Organic Hard-cooked Eggs

Kroger -Three Cage Free 2 counts in Clamshell Hard Cooked Eggs

LIDL - LIDL 6 Count Stand-Up Pouch Hard-Cooked Eggs

Lucerne - Lucerne 6 Count Stand-Up Pouch Cage Free Hard-Cooked Eggs

Members Mark - Jackd Protein Snack

Naturally Better - 6 Count Stand-Up Pouch Cage Free Hard-Cooked Eggs

Nellies - 2 Count Nellies Hard-Cooked Eggs

O Organics - 2 Count Organic Hard-Cooked Eggs w/Salt/Pepper

O Organics - 6 Count Stand up Pouch Organic Hard Cooked Eggs

Peckish - Two 1 Counts boxed Hard Cooked Eggs--With Dip

Peckish - 1 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Pete & Gerrys - 6 Count Stand up Pouch Organic Hard Cooked Eggs

Pete & Gerrys - 2 Count Organic Hard-Cooked Eggs

Rainbow Farms - Rainbow Diced Egg - 5# Bag

Rainbow Farms - 12 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs

Rainbow Farms - Rainbow Farms Hard-Cooked Eggs - 5# Bag

Rembrandt Foods - Rembrandt Diced Egg - 5# Bag

Rembrandt Foods - 12 Count Cage Free Hard-Cooked Eggs

ShopRite - ShopRite 6 Count Stand-Up Pouch Cage Free Hard-Cooked Eggs

Simple Truth Organics - 6 Count Organic Hard-Cooked Eggs

Sunshine - 2 Count Hard-Cooked Eggs w/salt/pepper

Vital Farms - Vital Farms Pature Raised Hard-Cooked Eggs - 5# Bag

Vital Farms - Three Boxed 2 Counts Pature Raised Hard-Cooked Eggs

Vital Farms - 2 Count Pasture Raised Hard-Cooked Eggs w/salt/pepper

Wild Harvest - 6 Count Organic Hard-Cooked Eggs

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Myths related to organic food and why it remains the best option – Times of India

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With growing consciousness amongst people about the side effects of artificial chemicals on food production, people are getting inclined towards organic food. The sector is gaining significant acceptance from masses where the demand is not only confined to urbanites of metro cities, but is gaining rising momentum from even Tier 2 and 3 cities.A recent report states that the organic products market in India is growing at a CAGR of 25% and is expected to touch INR 10,000 - 12,000 crore by 2020 from the present market size of INR 4000 crore. Changing consumer behavior, growing awareness amongst people, easy accessibility to product information, value for money, trust and credibility are some of the key factors impacting the growing demand for organic food.

By Komal Bhardwaj, Co-Founder Kesarwala

Industry trends have shown that with growing popularity in a product, trend or belief, there is usually a parallel growth in myths and misconceptions around it. The organic food industry in India has been witnessing its share of myths in the last five years. Here are such myths which negatively impact consumer sentiment and can build pessimism towards organic food consumption.

Myths around organic food labeling are one of the most heated topics of discussion. Consumers are uncertain about the credibility of labels. Usually, the label stating 95% of organic ingredients highlight some amount of pesticide content in it. Similarly, Made with organic ingredients usually means that 70% of the ingredients are organic, and 100% Organic label suggests that the food product grown is organically grown and produced.

There has been a growing perception that organic food is a marketing strategy, where the food hardly offers any additional health benefit, but it is sold at higher market prices. Research proved that the level of toxins and pesticides in organic food is significantly less than conventionally grown food. In addition to this, organic food does not involve traditional farming but combines scientific methods of ecology and modern technology which helps in creating food safety, biodiversity and in building the best produce.

While organic food is gaining popularity, there is a downtrend which comes with the consumer perception of the food being highly priced. It is true that in some stores or big retail chains, brands and retailers put a premium price on the products, but there are stores and markets where one can buy organic food at the same price or a negligibly higher price, which does not impact the affordability of consumers. There is also some organically produced food which costs less than its non-organic counterpart.

While both organic and conventional food may be at a similar risk of bacterial contamination; organic food over the years has proved its worth in terms of higher nutritional content. As per reports and studies, organic food provides significantly higher levels of vitamin C, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus. Organic food is also significantly lower in nitrates and pesticide residues, has greater antioxidant activity, and is more potent in suppressing toxic compounds.

While organic food is expected to turn out into a huge market in India, it is important that consumers are aware of the industry. The organic industry lacks the trust and this can be created by providing the right messaging, resources, technology and stringent punishments for the offenders.The government can act as a catalyst with the right kind of regulations and initiatives.

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For students with kids, college can be a lonely struggle. One program aims to help – Los Angeles Times

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Daisy Garcias small Van Nuys apartment doesnt offer much space for her 9-month old daughter to crawl. So this 27-year-old college student brings her little one to a childrens play area at Los Angeles Valley College.

Here, under the watchful eyes of child educators and caretakers, is where the baby girl lifts herself up to stand next to a shelf, wobbles and plops back down on her bottom, legs landing in a W position.

W is bad for their backs, Pam Fischer, a student worker, told Garcia. So when you see W, reposition her.

The play area is one of the services offered at Valley Colleges Family Resource Center, among a handful of such community college programs nationwide designed to assist student parents with what educators say are critically important but largely invisible needs.

Nationwide, 3.8 million one out of every five college students are parents. At community colleges, the share is even higher at about one in four. These students face unique obstacles to completing their education at a time when the economic stakes of dropping out are high. Yet there is little awareness about their struggles, educators and policymakers say.

This issue had been somewhat invisible and it has now found its moment, said Anne Mosle, vice president at the Aspen Institute, a think tank where she directs a postsecondary success for parents initiative.

As higher education leaders seek to increase success rates at community colleges, they are paying more attention to the demographics and non-academic needs of their students.

Weve done a lot to serve students who are low-income, students who are from diverse backgrounds, Mosle said. The parent lens is the next chapter of recognition ... of who is coming up this pipeline.

Marni Roosevelt was ahead of the curve. As a Valley College child development professor in the early 2000s, Roosevelt often had students approach her for advice on how to handle difficulties with their children.

She realized many of her students were parents of young children and didnt know they shared this commonality.

I figured if students could get together, they could support each other, Roosevelt said.

Roosevelt invited them to meet in an empty classroom, pushing desks to the sides so their children would have a place to play. Then she applied for grants and hired interns to provide child care while the student parents met.

That evolved into what today is a dedicated building with indoor and outdoor play areas, a study lounge with desktop computers and printers, a baby clothing exchange and lending library, a break room with snacks, and a lactation room for mothers.

The Family Resource Center, adjacent to the colleges child care center and child development department, also runs a food pantry with fresh and organic produce from a local farmers market. It maintains a steady supply of diapers, wipes and infant formula to give to anyone who asks. The building was paid for by local developer J.h. Snyder, and the centers $500,000 annual budget is fully funded by government grants and private donations.

Students can bring their children to play groups, join a parenting class or meet with an academic counselor or social worker. Across its various services, the center serves about 1,000 families a year. Child care, offered to students, staff, faculty and members of the community on a sliding scale, is available next door.

But the Family Resource Center offers students a place where they can attend to their childrens needs as well as their own.

Data suggest the services are working. In the 2017-2018 school year, 81% of students who used Family Resource Center services completed their semester, compared with 69% of students campus-wide, Roosevelt said.

Students cant access services [on campus] when their kids are with them, she said. They cant bring them to the library when they need to study, they cant bring them when they meet with a counselor.

Providing that space is crucial, students say.

Garcia has been in and out of college for 10 years. She had to stop to work and support herself. And she couldnt pass statistics, which blocked her progress.

She went back to school in 2018 determined to finish her associates degree and transfer to Cal State Northridge. But then she found out she was pregnant. Without child care and little support at home, it was hard to study.

When her daughter was 4 months old, Garcia started bringing her to the Family Resource Center. She uses its services and can work on her statistics homework in a computer lounge while child development interns watch her daughter. Shes finally doing better in the course.

It benefits her and it benefits me as well, said Garcia, who aspires one day to run a child care program.

Julianna Ontiveros, 29, has also taken advantage of the study time, as well as the centers play group and parenting class. Ontiveros, who has two toddlers and is pregnant with her third child, already has a bachelors degree from UCLA but is working on pre-requisites for a masters degree in school psychology. She works part time, too.

Honestly, I couldnt do it without them, she said of the Family Resource Center.

Itchel Coronel Reyes, 30, tried twice before to go to college. The mother of two couldnt afford day care or private preschool. She waited until both her sons, 4 and 6, were in school to enroll at Valley College but still had little time for her own tutoring needs or meeting other parents.

The Family Resource Center has eased those pressures. Im still back and forth with my kids, but at least Im able to do my homework, Reyes said. Being here gives me hope to finish something finally.

California community college students are likely to come from racial and ethnic minorities, be the first in their families to attend college, go to school part time, work, and take on debt for their education.

Student parents sit at the intersection of all of those trends, said Lindsey Reichlin Cruse, a study director at the Institute for Womens Policy Research. If you want to increase student success, if you want to increase family economic security, you have to start paying attention to these students.

Cruse said research has shown that affordable, high-quality child care is essential to enabling students to complete college. Managing the needs of each student is also particularly effective. At Valley College, a counselor and a social worker help students plan out their courses and enroll in services for which they and their kids are eligible.

Ensuring that student parents stay in school and finish is an economic imperative and creates a more skilled workforce, reduced poverty, lower spending on public assistance, and an increased tax base, Cruse said.

Theres a huge economic return when student parents earn associates degrees, Cruse said. The return for single mothers is 12 to 1 that has huge implications for their familys success and their childrens success long term.

There is a growing recognition among policymakers of the value of supporting student parents. In 2018, state Assemblyman Adrin Nazarian (D-Van Nuys) secured an $800,000 carve-out in the state budget to support the Family Resource Center over four years. He hopes the money will be used in part to collect data on program elements and student outcomes.

I want this to potentially serve as a statewide model, Nazarian said.

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Skylodge Adventure Suites is made up of clear pods hanging above the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru.

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Skylodge Adventure Suites is made up of clear pods hanging above the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru.

Skylodge Adventure Suites is made up of clear pods hanging above the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru.

10 of the world's most beautiful places to unplug

My family and I are phone addicts, so weve never purposely searched out vacation destinations with restricted WiFi access. Then, a few months ago, we took off on a small ship for a cruise through the Bahamas. We were promised wed be connected at all times, but it was not to be. Within hours of leaving the port, the connection slowed and then we were cut off completely.

Panic ensued. I begged the captain to unplug, to restart, to call someone, to do something. But no flipping of the switch was going to connect us for the next week. It was just my family of four alone on a boat with no entertainment except one another. There were no televisions, no phone connection, nothing electronic whatsoever.

At first, it was miserable. I fretted about work (what if there was an emergency?), about real emergencies (what if someone needs me?), about all the updates I was missing. (Im hardly alone; 59% of professionals check their work email while on vacation, according to a 2019 study from LinkedIn.)

But I didnt have a choice. So I read a book from cover to cover. I played Uno with my children. I learned the ins and outs of the fifth-grade drama in my daughters school. It was, surprisingly, the best vacation ever. As soon as we returned, we started researching our next WiFi-free vacation. Next time, well be prepared with even more games and books.

Granted, it can be tricky to find off-the-grid spots, because if theyre truly off the grid, theyre not usually on the internet. But if you, too, are dreaming of phone-free travel, the majority of the accommodations on this list are in WiFi dead zones, and theyre also in some of the most beautiful places in the world. While some properties advertised as phone-free do have designated spots where you can log on if necessary, theyll nevertheless get you closer to having a family vacation sans screen time.

Mountainside pod in Peru

This isnt for anyone afraid of heights. Skylodge Adventure Suites, located 90 minutes from Cusco and 8 miles from Machu Picchu in Sacred Valley, consists of three transparent pods attached to a mountain by cable. Reaching your four-person room, crafted of polycarbonate and airplane aluminum, requires a 90-minute climb via metal steps and wires (hiking is also an option). Leaving involves a zip-line. A guide will arrive with you, along with your food and water. Dont worry theres a toilet in the pod. Entertainment is limited to stargazing, eating and sleeping. Pista 224 km, Urubamba-Ollantaytambo, Cusco, Peru;; Rooms start at $409 per night including the zip-line.

Private sheep farm in Argentina

Bahia Bustamante Lodge is a 210,000-acre sheep farm in Patagonia that offers only 11 cabins that can accommodate 39 guests total. The cabins are steps from the South Atlantic, and visitors will include egrets, horses, dogs, ostriches, guanacos (similar to llamas) and the sheep. Some of the food you eat (three daily meals are provided) will be harvested from the farms organic garden and orchard. Electricity is supplied by a generator in the lodge and cabins are only lit by solar energy and battery lights. Your hosts will take you to visit penguins, to ride horses and to learn more about sheep farming. WiFi is incredibly spotty, and theres no phone service. U9111 Comodoro Rivadavia, Chubut, Argentina; Rooms start at $135 per night.

Safari lodge in Africa

This property is as much bucket-list as off-the-beaten-path experience. The newly renovated, eco-friendly Belmond Savute Elephant Lodge overlooks a watering hole that attracts elephants, cheetahs and hyenas (you can snap photos from your phone, but youll have to wait to post them until after your vacation since the included internet is spotty to nonexistent). You wont exactly be roughing it here: The lodge looks like an incredibly luxurious glamping experience, with air conditioners and en suite bathrooms within the 12 tented rooms, complete with a luxury spa. All meals are included. Get up close to the elephants on a safari before unwinding by the lodges pool. Chobe National Park, Botswana; Rooms start at $2,300 per night.

Mountain open-air resort in St. Lucia

Jade Mountain Resort sits on the southwestern Caribbean coastline above a volcano sand beach. There are 24 private suites, each with its own infinity pool with views of the Caribbean and the Pitons (five additional suites have a tub for two rather than a pool). Because every part of the resort is open air, there are no windows. Scuba diving, cycling, kayaking and other water sports are popular activities - and the rainforest, botanical gardens, a semiactive volcano and some sulfur springs are nearby. There are no TVs, radios or air conditioners, and youre not allowed to use your phone in any public areas. If you choose to use internet in your room (its discouraged), youre required to keep your phone on the vibrate setting. 100 Anse Chastanet Rd., Soufriere, St. Lucia; 800-223-1108; Rooms start at $1,225 per night without meals.

Cliff-top retreat in Australia

Theres a spot on Kangaroo Island in Australia that boasts more than 260 bird species, along with kangaroos, goats, sheep, sea lions and more and a small luxury property with panoramic views of the ocean. The Southern Ocean Lodge on 1,700-square-mile Kangaroo Island offers each visitor a backpack, water bottles and other necessities to explore their surroundings. Naturalists take visitors on daytime tours of Flinders Chase National Park to spot koalas, geese and seals, or nighttime tours of a koala sanctuary. While WiFi is available, it doesnt usually work. Hanson Bay Rd., Kingscote, South Australia ; Rooms start at $850 per night.

Nomadic lifestyle in Mongolia

Three Camel Lodge in the Gobi Desert aims to combine Mongolias nomadic culture with the feel of a luxury retreat. Stay in one of 40 fancy all-inclusive gers, as yurts are known in Mongolia, which are made of wood and covered in felt and canvas. Each has a private bathroom and is heated by a wooden stove. Youll have unobstructed views of the desert and the Gobi-Altai Mountains. The focus here is on sustainability, so the amenities are eco-friendly, the lighting is solar-powered and the water is limited. Theres no TV or WiFi. Activities include horseback and camel riding, and exploring the desert. Gobi Gurvansaikhan National Park, Mongolia; Rooms start at $320 per night.

The real Alaska

At the Ultima Thule Alaska Lodge, youll be 100 miles from the closest paved road, and only up to 14 guests within individual groups will be accommodated weekly (you arrive on a Sunday via one of the lodge airplanes and will leave on a Thursday). Theres no phone service, and the WiFi is reminiscent of dial-up. To get here, youll need to take a bush plane (fly into Anchorage, and the lodge will help arrange a seat on a charter flight). Advertised as the real Alaska, Ultima Thule is located within the largest national park in North America: mountainous Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. Since it is truly in the middle of nowhere, you can only visit between May and September, and all meals and experiences are provided. Its all about the wilderness, though the lodge is designed with plush couches, sheepskin rugs and a wood-fired hot tub. Theres even a wood-fired sauna and a greenhouse. While youre there, you can hike, take a private safari by plane, explore a gold mine and more. 18714 Mink Creek Dr., Chugiak, Alaska; 917-854-4500; Rooms start at $8,550 per person for the five-day trip.

Eco lodge in Costa Rica

Lapa Rios Ecolodge, a 1,000-acre private reserve in southwestern Costa Rica that has 17 bungalows in the Osa Peninsula rainforest, is intentionally low-tech. Youll have a hard time finding any internet or phone service. Instead, tune in to the sounds of the rainforest, swim in the pool or take the short walk to the ocean and watch the monkeys swing through the trees. Screens are the only divider separating you from the forest; youll be waked by howler monkeys rather than by an alarm clock, and entertained by the parrots, monkeys and toucans that like to hang out in the trees by the pool. Take a wilderness tour to see waterfalls, the forest and the wildlife (included with the price of the lodge). Puntarenas Province, Puerto Jimenez; 800-963-1195; Rooms start at $887 per night.

Glamping in Big Sur

The Treebones Resort campground overlooks the Pacific and feels like a playground in a rustic setting. Its a bit like camp (the sleepaway kind), as everyone is glamping or camping and its a short walk to the shared bathroom (most of the accommodations here are without a bathroom). There are various choices for sleeping arrangements: a yurt, which is sparse but comes with beds, lights and chairs; a fancy tent, with 500 square feet of space including an en suite bathroom and a claw-foot shower; a BYO tent option ($95 per day with a two-night minimum); or the Human Nest, a hand-woven hut that looks like a human-size birds nest. It comes with a futon pad and a warning that raccoons, bats and mice sometimes visit. There are two restaurants serving local organic food, plus a hot tub and yoga classes. Most people spend their days hiking and relaxing. While theres internet in the main lodge, its not strong enough to support much more than email and theres no cellphone service. 71895 Hwy. 1, South Big Sur, Calif.; 877-424-4787; Rooms start at $215 per night for a twig hut.

Italian monastery retreat

For those who want to go off the grid alone theres no double occupancy, and its not family friendly Eremito, 90 minutes north of Rome, is the place to be. Its a half-hour from the closest road and is only accessible via a 4x4. Stay in a small, restored 14th-century monastery that was created specifically to drag people away from their grind. While you can speak with other guests during breakfast and lunch silence is demanded part of the day - the vibe is always peaceful, with the occasional Gregorian chanting. Theres farm-fresh homemade vegetarian food, a steam bath dug out of a rock and a yoga room. Rooms come sans minibar, sans TV, sans internet, and dinner is silent. Fill your day with yoga, meditation, hiking and relaxing in the outdoor hot tub. Localita Tarina 2, 05010 Parrano TR, Italy; Rooms start at $180 per night.

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