Today, I’m over at Green…Your Way talking about reading produce labels and passing up produce that is shipped from far away places in favor of locally grown, in season produce.
From the post:
Just as I am committed to reading ingredient labels on the food we buy, I also make sure to check the labels on the produce that I’m considering buying too. Most food travels an average of 1,400 miles before arriving at our grocery stores. All of that food travel has a huge environmental impact, and by choosing to pass up food that has traveled long distances, we can help to lessen that impact.
Read the rest of the article at Green…Your Way!
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