Arugula: 4 different types
Radishes: French Breakfast
Turnips: Hinona Kabu
Spinach Baby Lettuce: 4 different types
Bunching Onions: Redbeard Scallion, Crimson Forest, Deep Purple
Baby Carrots: Orange, Yellow, Red, and 3 different types of Purple
All the same as above, plus full size Carrots
Many people think that organic farming is innovative, contemporary - the wave of the future. In fact, this form of farming was used by our grandparents, their grandparents, and on back through time.
Today’s conventional farming with the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms, or ionizing radiation is the unfortunate wave of a future that is unhealthy to people and harmful to our environment.
Organic is the healthful and wholesome approach to growing food.
Launched in 2015, Cavanaugh Farms in Hasting, Michigan, is farming as it was meant to be: Healthy, pesticide free, and – yes – providing delicious fresh organic produce!
There was a time when the word organic was associated only with health food stores. Happily, that has changed. Today, fine-quality organic foods can be found in supermarkets, farm stands, and even restaurants. As weekly news headlines highlight statistics of people getting sick from this or that food product, Americans are finally recognizing that organic food is what’s best for them -- and their families.
Organic is the way food was always meant to be -- healthy!