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New Leaf Market Co-op

Raising Healthy Eaters

By Bridget GuruBeant Welch, LMT

Summer Water Conservation

By Michele Hatton

The average individual uses about 70 gallons of water indoors per day—the average family, 350 gallons per day. Changing a few habits and investing in some low-tech devices can have dramatic effect on the burden we put on our wastewater treatment facility and septic tanks.

Summertime Pet Safety

By Sandy Beck

Living in Florida presents certain challenges for pet owners. Our doctor is fond of telling us, “It’s good to exercise only on days that you eat.” This goes for dogs too. But exercising in the summertime sun and humidity can be tricky. This time of year, it’s best to time walks for the early morning or evening. If you’re hot, your dog, with his less effective cooling system, is much hotter.

4th of July Feast

No need to BBQ...for only $31.99 we will feed your family for the 4th!

1 - Whole Rotisserie Chicken
1 - 2lb Slab of BBQ Pork Ribs
6 - Dinner Rolls
2 - 1qt sides (choose from Southern Potato Salad, Southern Slaw, Macaroni Salad, or Sweet and Crunchy Broccoli Salad).

Clean Eating in "The Happiest Place on Earth"

By Ashley Hopkins

Free Range Chicken Eggs Threatened

By Crystal Wakoa

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are concerned about the possibility of salmonella contamination in our eggs. Good news, right? If the concern was genuine, it would be. But once again, the agencies, under the guise of protecting your food, are just making it harder for organic egg farmers who provide outdoor access to their chickens to stay in business.

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