Posted in June about Apple to Zucchini, a resource for families with the goal of helping “moms and dads navigate the supermarket aisles” so they can “eat naturally and live organically.”
It was founded by two UWS moms: Natalya Murakhver (food writer & activist) and Vicky Feltman (pediatric nutritionist).
They’re back with another free seminar taking place tomorrow night (Wednesday, 10/10).
The focus will be on smarter grocery shopping for you and/or your family, including comparing the difference between organic vs. “conventional” food items.
What does organic really mean? And is it really healthier? We’ll talk about what the recent Stanford study missed and what every savvy consumer (and parent) ought to know when shopping for their family.
We’ll also define key (and often confusing terms) like cage-free, hormone-free, and “all natural.” Plus, offer a primer on antibiotics, artificial growth hormones, high fructose corn syrup, artificial dyes, sweeteners, preservatives and much more.
Snacks and goodie bags provided.
The event starts at 7:00 pm at the Columbus Square Whole Foods (808 Columbus, at 97th).
You can RSVP to email@example.com — space is limited.
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