June 8, 2007

World Ocean Day

> World Ocean Day Today is World Ocean Day – a day to set aside to do something amazing for our seas, shores and wildlife. The world’s oceans generate most of the oxygen we breathe, help feed us, regulate our … Continue reading

February 24, 2007

Fair Trade

FAIR TRADE FORTNIGHT starts on Mon Feb, 26th and runs until March, 11th. For more information visit > Fairtrade Ireland or check out > Dublin City’s Fairtrade Initiative.

November 7, 2006

Think Organic

This week is organic week > supported by the department of agriculture and food. For a free organic magazine and/or a booklet with ten speedy org. recipes call into our shop. Tomorrow’s health – today !!!

September 23, 2006

Organic Week

Coming up…> Organic week 6-12 November 2006and> All-Ireland Organic Food Conference The Landmark Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon

January 13, 2006

GM-free food

Most Irish non-organic meat, poultry and dairy produce comes from animals fed on GM feed, but is not labeled as such because of a loophole in EU law. This loophole is directly responsible for the continued growing and importation of … Continue reading

June 4, 2005

2 New Products

PRODUCTS +++ NEW PRODUCTS +++ NEW PRODUCTS +++ NEW NOW available:-green outdoor activity> level 1 – sport kites from Germany – only the sky is the limit green indoor activity> organic wines from Italy, France and Spain – guaranteed pure … Continue reading

March 30, 2005

GMO again …

PRIME TIME INVESTIGATES GMO CONTROVERSYShould Ireland accept GMO food and farming?  See the arguments for and against on Prime Time’s investigative report on Thursday 31 March, 9.30pm, RTE1

January 1, 2002

Water Fluoridation

THE Government was accused of delaying a report into the effects of water fluoridation on bottle-fed babies. Newborns who are fed formula prepared with tap water are receiving three times the fluoride limit recommended by the British Medical Association, while … Continue reading