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We take great care in selecting products that are sustainability grown, caught, or prepared with the Earth in mind. 

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Blueberry Sweet Rolls

Suds Up to Sanitize

With the recent scarcity of hand sanitizer, we revisit the original sanitation solution – soapy water!  Concerns about viruses, and hand sanitation have resulted in

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Spring 2020 Issue

This issue brings us a magnificent crop of recipes and articles from our LifeSource team.
 
  • We’re marking the end of an era at LifeSource, as our founder and longtime leader, Alex Beamer, enters retirement. Ben meets with Alex to discuss his quarter-century with LifeSource and his plans for the future.
  • Tabetha offers a report from a volunteer trip to Marion Polk Food Share, an organization that is more important now than ever, as many deal with food insecurity.
  • Learn how people historically foraged fresh food during the ‘hunger gap’ in early spring.
  • Meet LifeSource Chef Devereux Alo, creator of many LifeSource Deli favorites.
  • Learn the secrets of easy food and wine pairings, with our handy guide.
  • Discover our kitchen-tested recipes for spring brunch favorites.

You’ll find those articles, more recipes, and hear about some of the team’s favorites in this issue of News in Natural.

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Eat Well. Be Happy.

Not only do our products have to be good for you, they have to be good for the planet too.

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