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Make An Effort To Go Organic This Earth Day

We couldn’t be more excited for Earth Day, on April 22nd, this year! We’re based in picturesque Parker, Colorado, and although living in a location surrounded by beautiful mountains makes it a little easier to appreciate Mother Nature, we’ve been long supporters of Earth Day initiatives. In fact, we made a commitment to ourselves that in the 13 years we’ve been in business, we would make an effort to reduce our carbon footprint as much as possible – after all, even simple commitments, like recycling paper goods, can result in a big impact on our environment over time. We’ve also put a focus on including Organic Gift Baskets on our website, filled with organic products to help you stay healthy and enjoy these gourmet goodies and products the way nature intended.

Here’s a snapshot of just some of our much-loved organic gift baskets:

  • Picnic Basket with Cider: Filled with sumptuous assorted fruits and cheeses, this organic gift basket boasts Theo Organic Mint Dark Chocolate and Theo Organic Orange Dark Chocolate.
  • Dog Pound Gift Basket: Dogs should be healthy, too! Treat a pooch (and show a dog owner you care) with the Zukes Superfood Organic Dog Biscuits and Organic Banana Sweet Potato Dog Treats in this dog gift basket.
  • Monkey Business Baby Gift Basket: Encourage an organic lifestyle from the very start for the new baby in your life! Created by Kara Nessian, this super cute gift basket is made from 100% Organic Cotton products.

Thinking about integrating more organic products into your life? Earth Day is the perfect way to kick this lifestyle change off! Besides choosing organic gift baskets, here’s a few easy ways to think organic:

  • Milk: A recent study done by the United States Department of Agriculture found that pesticides existed in about 30% of regular milk. Don’t chance it – switch to organic milk.
  • Peanut Butter: Do you pack a PB&J sandwich for your child? More than 99% of peanut farmers use fungicide in their crop treatment – something you certainly don’t want in your child’s lunch box!
  • Apples: Pesticides run rampant in apple production, and as they’re a very popular fruit and juice, skip the risk of pesticides and go for organic apples.

We’d love to hear from you – leave a comment on how you plan to add more organic products into your everyday lifestyle!

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