When the cost of organic food is higher, consider these facts: Organic farming is more labor and management intensive, and organic farmers don't receive federal subsidies like some conventional farmers do. Therefore, the price of organic food reflects the true cost of growing.
organicgirl® produce is a California-based organic salad and organic produce provider for food retailers ranging from local grocers like Schnucks, Copps, and Roundies to large national merchants like Safeway, Kings Super Markets (a subsidiary of Kroger), and Walmart. As a for-profit business, they are leveraging the growing demand for organic salads based on consumer perceptions of being better tasting and more nutritious—attempting to deliver the most consistent, highest quality product to the food retailers.
The product line includes iloveorganicgirl salads: "good clean greens", such as baby arugula blends, baby spinach, hearts of romaine, herb baby romaine, italian, romaine heart leaves, spring mix, and a veggie romaine. In addition to these leafy blends, they also offer traditional organic produce, "good fresh veggies": broccoli crowns, celery hearts, green beans, green onions, and romaine hearts. One product, organic girl baby spinach, known for its tender baby spinach leaves, has many consumers sharing their joy: "i love organic girl!"
organicgirl® practices social sustainainability: corn-based plastics, triple washed produce, sustainabile farming practices - trying to do our part, so you can do yours, caring for the environment and the people that make organicgirl salad possible. Going green with organic girl spinach and other "good clean greens."