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Important egg update. We have 2 egg farmers now.

Planning to have enough corn & soy free eggs for our amazing customers can be a challenge. Getting through the egg shortage earlier this year had an unintended consequence, we found a new permanent egg farmer to partner with. Learn more about the farming practices and what you'll see on the site here.

Butter paper with no PFAS? Yes, please! Any way to reduce toxins we take.

You may have heard the hubbub about Kerrygold needing to recall their butter after discovering it contained high levels of PFAS, which are forever chemicals. Ugh. Toxins are becoming harder and harder to avoid. When it comes to food, it’s not just about how the food is produced but also how it’s packaged. Let's take a dive into what PFAS are and what to watch out for regarding PFAS in food. And, most importantly, how we know that there are no PFAS in our butter paper!

No mRNA vaccines for our animals. What livestock vaccines are required anyway?

We do not and will not use mRNA vaccines for our animals. For the most part, vaccines in livestock and poultry are recommended, NOT required. It’s a choice. That being said, vaccines in food, especially mRNA vaccines, is definitely something to be concerned about in the future. Let's take a look at animal vaccine development, new legislation, and new techy terms as we move out of the Wild West of vaccine policy.

Pork is the best natural source for "anti-stress" thiamine. Vitamin B1 can improve your mood.

Did you know that pork is high in thiamine (AKA Vitamin B1)? I’m guessing probably not, since thiamine isn’t something we typically worry about. But maybe we all should be paying a little more attention to this vital nutrient. Recent studies have shown that thiamine is basically an “anti-stress” vitamin. Pork has the highest thiamine levels per serving compared to any other food.

How to hydrate better than water? Milk! It's kind of a super food.

Staying hydrated plays a key role in your overall health. Looking at a study from 2016, it seems that milk tops the charts for being the best drink for staying hydrated because it has so much energy within. When you take into considerations the growing practices to produce that milk, 100% grass-fed, regeneratively farmed milk comes out on the tippity top!

How raw local honey can help curb seasonal allergies.

Natural “exposure therapy” in treating allergies can be quite effective. And, that means that eating the right raw honey can help you curb seasonal allergies. Let's dive into what an allergy is, how seasonal allergies and pollen are related, and what to look for when purchasing honey to help with allergies.