Natural Food Links
Organic and Environmental Links
Source of factual information on different aspects of organic living including
organic food, organic gardening, organic stores and organic cosmetics.
is the primary certification and trade association for organic
producers in California, with over 650 organic growers and food
processors. Their goal is to promote ecologically accountable and
sustainable agriculture through development of standards and
certification programs for organic farming and food processing.
Lundberg Family Farms® has selected CCOF to be their primary certifier since 1988.
The Organic Farming Research Foundation is a non-profit whose mission is to
sponsor research related to organic farming practices, to disseminate
research results to organic farmers and to growers interested in
adopting organic production systems, and to educate the public and
decision-makers about organic farming issues.
OTA is membership based and includes growers, retailers, manufacturers,
certifiers, distributors, etc. OTA encourages global sustainability
through promoting and protecting growth and diverse organic trade.
Lundberg Family Farms has maintained OTA membership since it began as
OFPANA in 1985.
The California Rice Commission (CRC) represents the rice growers and
handlers who farm and process rice produced in California by engaging
in a range of comprehensive regulatory, research and education programs.
The Organic & Non-GMO Report is the only monthly newsletter that
provides information you need to respond to the challenges of
genetically modified (GM) foods.
An article by Marc Reisner (author of Cadillac Desert)
about the efforts of Western Canal Water District (on whose board of
directors Homer Lundberg sits) to protect spawning salmon, even at the
expense of tearing down one of their own dams.
This website teaches food nutrition facts and offers solutions for feeding
your kids better foods. The Better Choices Grocery List offers you the
opportunity to pick and choose foods that will give you the welcomed
confidence that your kids will be well-fueled as they grow.
An online magazine dedicated to helping people with dietary restrictions
return to a normal life of eating, cooking and entertaining.
Don Wiss has put together a page of pointers to information about gluten intolerance on the net.
Fiber Up Food Finder, is a new tool on the Prevention website promoting the
use of fiber. Among the products recommended is Lundberg wild rice.
A user-friendly, comprehensive website to understanding and living the
gluten-free life, which includes an explanation of Celiac disease and
it's symptoms, history, diagnosis and treatment.
Yahoo! now has a growing list of companies in the natural and organic foods business.
National Center For Nutrition and Dietetics Nutrition Fact Sheet. Nutrition
experts recommend we eat at least three servings of whole-grain foods
daily. How many do you eat each day?
Steps to a healthier you. ChooseMyPlate offers personal eating plans with the foods and amounts that are right for you.