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Traditional commercial farming uses chemical-based pesticides to ward off insects, yield higher crop count and eliminate weeds, but with it come negative repercussions on the immediate and regional environment.

The Freshest. Chemical-Free.

Even without immediate local access to farmers markets,  there has been an influx of online platforms and outlets that are a great way to connect people to high quality produce.

“To find those farms that are growing really high-quality produce in a way that’s helpful to their local environment is really important,” he said. “By buying those products, you’re voting with your dollars to support good practices and also a viable local food system.”


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Organic foods are widely available in supermarkets as well as specialty health food stores and farmer’s markets. People purchase organic fruits, vegetables, grains, and meats for a variety of reasons—among them the perceived benefits of organic food. Some studies suggest that organic produce and meat contain higher levels of nutrients that promote health and wellness.



Some studies have found higher levels of beneficial plant chemicals called polyphenols in organic produce. Polyphenols are found in many foods, including berries, red grapes, and pomegranates, as well as cocoa powder, dark chocolate, beans, nuts, vegetables, tea, and some spices and seasonings..

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Opting for organic flowers means avoiding plants that have been grown through intensive processes which exhaust and erode the soil. Organic flower farming builds soil fertility naturally, using composting techniques and crop rotation, reducing our dependence on non-renewable and energy-intensive artificial fertilisers that cause further detriment to the environment.

For Valentine’s Day alone, Americans imported more than 120 million roses, most of them from South American farms where normal procedures call for fumigating greenhouses with a range of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides (sometimes with workers still inside) before submerging the flowers in preservatives to keep them from rotting during shipment. Such practices are taking their toll on the workers who must handle these toxic chemicals daily.

Mia Janne

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