Food, Organic – Raw:
Boxed Greens Organic Produce: a nationwide delivery service for organically grown fresh fruits and vegetables.
Diamond Organics: a nationwide delivery service for organically grown fresh greens, fruits and vegetables.
Gold Mine Natural Food Company: source for organic grains, nuts and seeds.
Grass Roots Meats: committed to producing and supplying the finest grass-finished meat available today.
LocalHarvest: an online directory for food coops and locally grown foods
Raw Guru: source for the latest up-to-date raw food information.
VitalChoice: a trusted source for fast home delivery of the world’s finest wild Alaskan seafood and organic fare, harvested from healthy, well-managed wild fisheries and farms.
US Wellness Meats: grass fed beef, lamb, dairy, bison and goat, shipped to all 50 states and most of Canada.
Household – Yard Products:
Beyond Pesticides: this organization is committed to pesticide safety and the adoption of alternative pest management strategies which reduce or eliminate a dependency on toxic chemicals; their site includes a listing of firms that offer nontoxic pest control.
Gardens Alive!: environmentally responsible products for lawn and garden care, pet care and pest control.
Green Depot: environmentally sound building/home products.
Heart of Vermont: a source for sheets, pillows, mattresses and other fabric items made from 100% organic cotton.
The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy: promotes sustainable agriculture and offers an Eat Well Guide to help consumers find antibiotic-free meat.
Janice’s Natural Comfort Collection: bedding, bath, kitchen and personal items selected for the chemically sensitive.
Organic Comfort Zone: mattresses, bedding, and other products for the home.
Seventh Generation: a widely known maker of nontoxic cleaning supplies.
Seeds of Change: a source of 100% organic seeds for growing vegetables, herbs and flowers.
Alliance for Natural Health: an international organization dedicated to promoting sustainable health and freedom of choice in healthcare through good science and good law. Their newsletter is a great way to keep up with the endless legislative efforts aimed at curtailing the right of natural-health providers to practice and limit consumers’ freedom to choose the health care they prefer.
Organic Trade Association: resources about organics, geared mainly for businesses.