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    Okay humor me. Someone just posted about what a PIA it is to read ingredients on every box. I've found that I find specific brands or sources for my food, and then I just buy their stuff because I've already read the boxes and know they don't use bad stuff. Does anyone else do this? Let's start a list.

    Amy's
    Aubrey
    Avalon
    Bell & Evans
    Burt's Bees (but they're owned by clorox, so not an environmentally friendly company)
    Cabot
    California Baby
    Dr. Bronner's
    Ecover
    Hugo Naturals
    John Masters
    Kashi
    Mrs Meyers
    Nature's Place (Hannaford brand)
    Nature's Promise (S&S brand)
    Newmans Own Organic
    Odwalla
    Organic valley
    Rainbow Baby
    Robert's American Gourmet (Veggie Booty, Pirate's Booty, etc)
    Seventh Generation
    Simple Green
    Stonyfield
    Tom's of Maine
    365 Organics (NOT 365 brand)

    I know I'm missing a ton. Add to the list.
    Last edited by amylove; 02-10-2009 at 12:49 PM.



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    Late July
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    this is great
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    I agree - thank you!


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    Eden Organics

    Their canned goods (all except the tomato products) are in BPA-free cans. They are rock stars of the BPA-free movement:

    http://www.edenfoods.com/articles/vi...rticles_id=178
    Last edited by eyre123; 10-08-2010 at 10:09 AM.

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    Hey, my post was removed!

    Annie's
    Bob's Red Mill
    Earth's Best

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    Wow, a BUNCH were removed. Mine too. I can't even remember which brands I posted b/c it was so long ago. What's up with that??
    ~Laura, mama to my little monkeygirl~


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    Where this list came from? I mean, how do you know these brands are actually organic?

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