The U.S. Department of Agriculture started regulating the use of the word “organic” on foods in 2002. Since then, there’s been huge growth in that category. Grocery stores like Kowalski’s say they’ve seen double-digit growth in demand for organics every year in the past decade.
As you’ve probably heard or experienced, buying organic foods at the grocery store can cost more. So when you’re at the grocery store, how do you know what to spend your money on?
Organic food was once only available at health food stores, but today it’s available at almost every grocery store. More consumers are asking the question of whether buying organic is actually worth the extra cost.
We know the way to lose weight is to cut calories from our diet. But how do we separate the nutrition facts from the myths?
With the weather warming up, it’s time to open the windows and tidy up the house. Call it spring cleaning. Right now is also a good time to consider spring cleaning your body.
Earth Day comes each spring. These fun activities will help kids understand the importance of preserving the environment.
The 2012 Minnesota Organic Conference gets under way in St. Cloud, and the annual event has grown to include even more trade show vendors, educational breakout sessions and keynote speakers.
Each week, WCCO This Morning is rewarding a hard-working, dedicated parent who loves what they do. Natalie Kane went to Eagan to surprise this week’s winner, a mother who goes the extra mile, taking care of her children.
A new report says things are looking up for Minnesota’s organic farms.
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community is getting into the local and organic food craze with its own natural food market on its reservation south of the Twin Cities.