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CALIFORNIA OLIVE OIL COUNCIL | Like all natural products, extra virgin olive oil delivers the best flavor and health benefits when it is fresh. This association promotes California extra virgin olive oil with their seal certification program and more.  p. 7

OXFAM | This international confederation of 17 organizations networked together in over 90 countries, as part of a global movement for change, strives to build a future free from the injustice of poverty.  cover 3

THE WALDORF SCHOOL OF PHILADELPHIA | This independent school provides a substantive academic curriculum within the framework of Waldorf education, inspiring creative thinking and a genuine, enduring love of learning. Nursery through Grade 8. 7500 Germantown Avenue /Eagles II, Philadelphia, 215.248.1662.  p. 2

WYCK HISTORIC HOUSE, GARDEN, AND FARM | A National Historic Landmark in Germantown, Wyck uses the past as inspiration for the future with programs that focus on history, horticulture, and urban agriculture. 6026 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, 215.848.1690.

WORLD SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF ANIMALS | The world’s leading international alliance of animal welfare advocates, the WSPA exists to tackle animal cruelty across the globe, working with animals, people and organizations to ensure animals are treated with respect and compassion.  p. 9


EASTON FARMERS MARKET | Established in 1752, America’s oldest open-air market moves indoors for the winter. Enjoy fresh, high quality, local produce and food products direct from regional growers. Saturday, 10am – 2pm. 325 Northampton Street, Easton.  p. 50

GRIGGSTOWN FARM | Known for their humanely raised poultry, Griggstown offers their homemade pot pies, fresh and frozen poultry, and specialty foods at quality retail shops and restaurants through PA and in their own on-farm market. 986 Canal Road, Princeton. 908.359.5218.  p. 17

ROOTS TO RIVER FARM | This small (transitional) organic farm in the heart of Solebury Township specializes in heirloom varieties and year-round production for farmers’ markets, restaurants and their own CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), accepting memberships now. 3211 N. Sugan Road, New Hope, 215.833.5215.

ZONE 7 | Named after our growing zone, distributor Zone 7 delivers the freshest organic and sustainable ingredients from local farms to restaurants and grocers. Contact Mikey Azzara at 609.896.0190 or visit their website for information and events.  p. 50


APPLEGATE FARMS | Applegate Farms strives to make the best tasting, all-natural products, conducting its farming practices with integrity and treating its animals and land with respect. Available at Whole Foods Markets and other fine food stores.  p. 7

NIMAN RANCH | Niman Ranch produces the fi nest tasting all natural meats by raising livestock traditionally, humanely, and sustainably on more than 700 U.S. family farms.  p. 47

O WOW COW CREAMERY | Enjoy a delicious taste of community as well as the freshest ice cream, crafted by hand using local and organic ingredients, at the creamery’s two charming retail locations. 4105 Durham Road, Ottsville, 610.847.7070 and 591 Route 413, Wrightstown, 215.598.3248 p. 2

SALTOPIA | By infusing the most essential mineral with unexpected flavors, such as habañero peppers, ginger root and lavender, these savory salts enhance any recipe. Look for them at farmers’ markets or shop online for gifts this season.  p. 7

TRICKLING SPRINGS CREAMERY | Using milk from local, family farms that take the best care of their animals and land, Trickling Springs Creamery provides fresh, wholesome dairy products to consumers. Available at area stores and through their own shop. 2330 Molly Pitcher Highway, Chambersburg, 717.709.0711.  p. 17

THE WOODLANDS AT PHILLIPS | This inviting shop, housed in a beautifully restored 19th century home, offers fresh mushrooms, gift items, a gourmet line of mushroom products, as well as cooking classes and seminars. 1020 Kaolin Road, Kennett Square, 610.444.2192.  p. 25


READING TERMINAL MARKET | Mouth-watering aromas. Produce fresh from the field. Amish specialties. Fresh meats, seafood, and poultry. It’s all here and more at Philadelphia’s historic farmers market. Open daily. 12th and Arch.  p. 17

WEAVERS WAY CO-OP | This member-owned, cooperative grocery store with locations in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy offers a friendly shopping environment and reasonably priced, quality products that are local, sustainable, organic, fairly traded and healthful. 559 Carpenter Lane, Mt. Airy; 608-610 Carpenter Lane, Philadelphia, 215.843.2350; 8424 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, 215.866.9150 p. 7

WEGMANS | Devoted to helping their customers eat well and named one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For 2010 by Fortune magazine, Wegmans food markets are located throughout the greater Philadelphia area.  cover 2

WHOLE FOODS MARKET | The world’s leading organic and natural foods supermarket offers a wide selection of local produce, seafood and other edibles throughout its Philadelphia area stores— and soon in Cherry Hill, NJ!  p. 5; p. 25


GOLDEN PHEASANT INN | The restaurant at this beautifully restored historic Inn features a seasonal menu that reflects a culinary philosophy of serving fresh, sustainably produced food. Voted “Best Ambiance” and “Most Romantic” on OpenTable.763 River Road (Route 32), Erwinna, PA, 610.294.9595.  p. 55

SOUTHWARK | This restaurant strives to set the standard in the farm-to-plate slow food movement by sourcing ingredients from local farmers and co-ops in order to sustain and support local agriculture and economies. 701 S. 4th Street, Philadelphia, 215.238.1888.  p. 2


ALBA VINEYARD | This award-winning vineyard, nestled in the village of Finesville, features a charming winery built inside a converted 1805 stone and oak-beam barn. Visit their tasting room. 269 Rt. 627, Village of Finesville, Milford, 908-995-7800.  p. 55

AMERICAN HARVEST VODKA | Handcrafted in small batches from organic ingredients, this organic spirit is revolutionizing the way America looks at the vodka category. Enjoy its distinctive, smooth, clean and crisp character.  cover 4

FLYING FISH BREWING CO. | Flying Fish is the largest of New Jersey’s craft breweries. Available in restaurants and wine shops through NJ and PA, or visit their brand new tasting room at 900 Kennedy Boulevard in Somerdale.  p. 25

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