Archive for October, 2011

Kaleb Walker has a passion for the outdoors; after earning his  Bachelors degree in Natural Resource Management at Western Carolina University he moved to Colorado in 2006.  In addition to working as a hunting guide, he is a commercial fisherman on the “Sound and Fury” for Captain Robert Lebovic in Bristol Bay Alaska. Bristol Bay Alaska is home to the largest Sockeye Salmon run in the World – some 30 to 40 million salmon push for the headwaters of their spawning grounds each year.  Bristol Bay fishery is Certified Sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council and the number of spawning salmon are monitored by a team of Alaskan State Biologists. To ensure sustainability the number of salmon that travel past the […]

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Straight Talk on GMOs

Let’s just be straight. We don’t want genetically modified organisms in our food, and we think all GMO food should be labeled. While we believe passionately in simple food, we focus on advocating for transparency and labeling; believing that the most powerful force for change rests with the well-informed consumer and the voting they make with every dollar spent. That’s why we appreciate and support the work of the Non-GMO Project. Very soon, all of the products on our website that are certified by the Non-GMO project will be clearly labeled so those choices are simple for you while you shop. While we will continue to fight for the mandatory labeling of GMOs, the Non-GMO certification can have a similar impact as the Organic Certification […]

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