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The top 3 farm goals for 2021 that will improve your life

January 1, 2021

Goodbye, 2020! Gee I’m so happy you’re over. I do very much hope that 2021 will be… well… better. 

There’s a lot going on in the world that I’d like to change but it’s largely out of my control. I need to work from my place of power. I can improve myself and my family, I can choose which companies to support, and I can affect change in my community… and that includes Miller’s Bio Farm.

The farmer and his team are also looking forward to the New Year. There are lots of plans to enact, and I wanted to share with you the top 3 goals of 2021. These are pretty big, and I think they will improve your life, too!

1- We are introducing loads of smaller bundles that will help you save.

Not everyone has an extra freezer for storing a whole cow or 30lb of butter. We want the savings of buying in bulk to be accessible to all.

We are rolling out lots of 3-pack and 6-pack bundles that will help you buy in quantity and save! There are a bunch on the store already, and there are more to come.

2- We want your friends and family to have access to healthy food, too. So we are doubling the referral bonus!

That’s right. The referral bonus is doubling to $10! That means that, when you refer someone, you both get $10 in store credit.

When you’re logged in, go to Menu → Account → Referrals. Share your unique referral link. Your referee will click the link and create an account. Then, when they pay for their first order, you both automatically get $10 in store credit!

3- We’re taking sustainable packaging to the next level!

Being conscious of our impact on the environment is so important to Miller’s Bio Farm. From your supportive feedback, we know it’s important to our customers, too. It’s not just about right now; it’s about inspiring healthy generations to come.

We rolled out sustainable packaging at the end of 2020. This has been after years of research and testing. But, our current sustainable packaging only covers the big things we use to bag and box your food. 

This year, we get into the nitty gritty. What ink is used to print with? How can we replace the zip ties? Is our paper recycled and unbleached?

This year, we also move forward with sustainable product packaging. I hope to see butter wrapped in paper, a milk jug that’s made of something other than conventional plastic, and biodegradable or compostable vacuum seal bags for meat.

This is a BIG endeavor and will take many, many hours of research and testing and pricing. But, it is absolutely worth it. We do hope to get close to 100% sustainable packaging by the end of 2021.

From the team at Miller’s Bio Farm, we thank you for your support! We wouldn't be able to do what we do without your orders and awesome feedback :)

Marie Reedell

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