ele: REVIEW – Annie’s Organics

Via on Jun 6, 2008

Rabbit Snack > via Heather Mueller

This was the first meal I cooked myself—when I was seven, back before “eco” “green” and “organic” meant much of anything to anyone. Sixteen years later, Annie still lives on an organic farm in Connecticut and her business remains independent, using organic ingredients from small farms and recycled content in every box. Fresh fruits and veggies are always the healthiest, eco-est choice, but Annie’s growing line of cereal,
crackers and pasta
are a close second for eco-bachelors, treehugging carb-lovers and mindful families alike.

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One Response to “ele: REVIEW – Annie’s Organics”

  1. Laura Garcia says:

    I love Annie’s Organic line, the only thing I wish is that there would be some alternative dairy choices. I have to miss out!

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