Organic Produce Delivery Newsletter

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We want to help you with all your healthy goals.  Take a look at the available organic produce for delivery this week!


Sept. 30th - Oct. 4th 2013

America's Favorite Organic Food Club!®

 Organic Food Grocery List

* Lettuce Green Leaf
Lacinato Kale
* Brussel Sprouts
* Cucumbers
* Garlic
* Golden Beets w/tops
* Carrots
* Delicata Squash
* Sweet Potatoes
* Mini Sweet Peppers
* Parsley Italian
* Baby Bok Choy
* Yellow Nectarines
* Grape Black Seedless
* Pears Red Starkrimson
* Bananas
* Apples Joanagold


   Call To Schedule Your Organic Produce Delivery: 877-832-8289


Seedless Grapes: Great for your health and yummy for your tummy too!

High in vitamins and minerals and more


Asian Stir Fry Recipe


Organic Coconut oil*
Tat Soy leaves
Baby Bok Choy
Orange bell peppers, sliced
Shallots, sliced or chopped
Garlic, minced
Fresh Lime slices or wedges
Coarse salt or sea salt and freshly-ground black pepper, to taste

Kale & Salmon


1 large bunch kale
juice of 2 limes
1/4 olive oil
salt, to taste
1/4-1/2 cup toasted pine nuts
1/2 cup currants
1/2 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese

Remove the large, central stems of the kale and roughly chop the leaves before placing in a food processor. Pulse the kale until the kale is processed into very small pieces. Then, add the lime juice, olive oil, salt, pine nuts, currants and Parmesan (adjusting amounts to suite your taste buds). Stir to combine.
Enjoy as is or with seasoned salmon!

Beet & Organge Salad


2 large beets, trimmed and peeled
2 large carrots, peeled and cut into 3-inch lengths
2 large navel oranges
3 to 4 tablespoons freshly squeezed lime juice (about 2 to 3 limes)
2 to 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
1/4 cup unsalted peanuts, toasted and coarsely chopped

Using a mandolin or very sharp knife, julienne the beets, and carrots and combine in a large bowl.Slice off the ends of the oranges. Using a paring knife, remove the peel and pith from the oranges, following the curve of the fruit. Slice on either side of the membranes to remove the segments. Transfer the orange segments to the mixture.Squeeze enough juice from the membranes into a bowl, to make 1/4 cup. Whisk the lime juice into the orange juice. While whisking, drizzle in the oil to make smooth vinaigrette. Pour the vinaigrette over mixture, toss to coat, and season with salt and pepper.Transfer the salad to a platter and sprinkle with the peanuts.

Roasted Brussell Sprouts

Roasted Delicata Squash


Click on the link below to view the video recipe of your choice!

watermelon video


Seedless Grape Pie Video 

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Kale Salad Video Recipe

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We Have Organic Breads!

There are a few to choose for $6:

  • German Whole Wheat
  • Vermont Sourdough
  • Pumpernickel

And, they're only $6 a loaf.  They go great with Vegan diets and are low Gluten as well.  Let us know if you want to try one, or all of them, and we'll add it to your order!

We Have Farm Fresh Organic Eggs $5.50/dzn

Fresh Florida Black Grouper $18.95/lb

Skin Off Filet, Fresh Caught!

Fresh Florida Wahoo $12.95/lb

Skin On, Fresh Caught!

  • Fresh Atlantic Salmon $10.95/lb

                                          Skin On, Fresh Caught!

Florida Jumbo Shrimp $12.95/lb

Order Today!

Natural Grass Fed Beef!

100% USDA Certified Natural Grass Fed Beef!

Everyone knows a meat lover.  Why should they eat horrible food?  Meat lovers should enjoy beef from natural grass fed sources.  The Paleo diet, for example, needs good food like our meat and organic produce for the best results.

You've never tasted anything like our Sirloin Beef Tips.  The cut is extra lean and they cost $12.95lb and come in 2-3 lb vacpacks that really last a long time and taste great too! We also have Ribeye Steaks and Tri-Tips too. Call or email to place your order...

  • Sirloin Tips $12.95/lb

  • Tri-Tips $12.95/lb

  • Rib-Eye $22.95/lb

  • NY Strip $22.95/lb

Seminole Indian Chief Rice

Florida Organic Brown Rice $5.00/3lbs

Fresh Harvested

Our organic rice plants flourish in the warm, moist climate of the south Florida everglades.

In rotation with sugarcane, rice, growing naturally, restores the soil, removes unwanted pests and provides an excellent habitat for many species of native wildlife.

Brown rice is the entire grain with only the inedible outer husk removed. The nutritious, high-fiber bran coating gives it a light tan color, nutlike flavor and chewy texture. White rice has had the husk, bran and germ removed

Cooking Instructions: Add 2cups of water to 1 cup of rice, boil 45 minutes, let cool & serve.

Nutritional Value: Rice is a complex carbohydrate that is an excellent source of energy for the body. Rice protein contains all eight essential amino acids, and has no saturated fat or cholesterol.

One cup of cooked brown long-grain rice contains: 101 calories, 2.3g protein, 23 carbohydrates, 1.8g dietary fiber, 73g water, 83mg phosphorus, 43mg potassium, 1.3mg niacin and 4mcg folate.


Do Supermarkets Really Spray Poisons On Food?

Presumably, the idea behind spraying a mist of water on the produce at your local supermarket is to keep the vegetables fresh and visually appealing. The sprays are obviously on a timer system and unfortunately customers aren't aware of when their arms will be drenched... Watch out!

But, what bothers us even more is the reclaimed water is soaked with the poisons and pesticides sprayed on the conventional produce and then redistributed onto the organic produce parked nearby!

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Where Do We Stand With Monsanto?

 Require GMO labeling...

Efforts are being made by the left to pass laws requiring the labeling of GMOs. In Washington State, Initiative 522 would require fruits, vegetables and grain-based products to be labeled, but exempts meat and dairy products from animals fed genetically engineered grains. Monsanto has contributed $4.6 million to defeat I-522, and opponents are outspending proponents by more than three to one. A similar initiative lost in California last year, where opponents including agribusiness and major food manufacturers outspent proponents almost five to one. Initiatives have passed in Connecticut and Maine, and legislation is pending in 20 states.

I-522 opponents cite estimates by the state's Office of Financial Management computing that the average family's food bill would rise $490 a year if it passes. The liberal Seattle Times editorialized against the initiative, pointing out that consumers already have the option of buying organic foods, and many companies already choose to self-label. Dan Newhouse, a former director of the Washington Department of Agriculture, says the bill is poorly written, containing confusing and absurd requirements. Read More...

Morphing Organic Food?

Next time you're in the supermarket, stop and take a look at Stonyfield Farm yogurt. With its contented cow and green fields, the yellow container evokes a bucolic existence, telegraphing what we've come to expect from organic food: pure, pesticide-free, locally produced ingredients grown on a small family farm.

So it may come as a surprise that Stonyfield's organic farm is long gone. Its main facility is a state-of-the-art industrial plant just off the airport strip in Londonderry, N.H., where it handles milk from other farms. And consider this: Sometime soon a portion of the milk used to make that organic yogurt may be taken from a chemical-free cow in New Zealand, powdered, and then shipped to the U.S. True, Stonyfield still cleaves to its organic heritage. For Chairman and CEO Gary Hirshberg, though, shipping milk powder 9,000 miles across the planet is the price you pay to conquer the supermarket dairy aisle. "It would be great to get all of our food within a 10-mile radius of our house," he says. "But once you're in organic, you have to source globally."


More Than 80% Of Our Packaged Foods Are BANNED In Other Countries!

If you or your kids enjoy pre-packaged convenience foods commonly found in grocery stores across the U.S. such as Froot Loops, Swanson dinners, Mountain Dew, and frozen potato and bread products, you may think twice before purchasing them after hearing what they contain: dangerous chemicals that other countries around the globe have deemed toxic to the point that they're illegal, and companies are fined hundreds of thousands of dollars for including them in food products. Read More...

Top 20 Foods To Prevent Stress & Fight Radiation Exposure 


Do you remember the Three Mile Island plant, which suffered a partial meltdown in 1979?  What about the Chernobyl disaster that occurred on 26 April 1986? It is ironic that over the last 30 years we’ve had 3 nuclear meltdowns…we’re averaging 1 every decade, and that’s not good!

Since the Fukishima Nuclear Disaster of March 2011, it has become apparent that we need to protect ourselves by eating right and keeping a close eye on where our food comes from.  Many inter-governmental agencies are responding to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, but geopolitical powers need at least 50 years to clean up that mess, while the repercussions just keep getting worse. To put it simply, the half- life of Radium-226 contamination is 1600 years, and Uranium-238 is 4.5 billion years.

TEPCO, the WNA, the NRC, and the Governments cannot help us any time soon and they certainly don’t care if you eat right. Regardless of what you are told, there is no safe level of radiation. So basically, it seems a smart move to stay away from Pacific Ocean sea life.  Especially, bottom feeders like crab, lobster and halibut.  Soon, Pacific Salmon and Tuna will be off the menu too. Be careful what you ingest and where it’s from!

Also, a little bit of diet change can go a long way towards a safe and healthy lifestyle.  So, we’ve compiled a list of the top 20 foods to help you survive the stress and radiation of our world:

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