Certified organic food is a component of sustainable agriculture systems that are employed in the growth, harvesting, and delivery of healthy food to the consumer.
The certification of organic food requires farming processes that exclude the use of contamination by human or industrial waste, harmful pesticides, artificial fertilizers, ionizing radiation, and food additives. Livestock must be free of antibiotics and growth hormones.
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They sell organic foods, vitamins, herbs, health and beauty products.
North Slope Farm
A 50 acre, diversified organic farm whose primary cash products are vegetables, flowers, Eggs – free range, and herbs grown on five acres. Other involvements include compost, hay, straw, pasture, fruit, infrastructure, waterways, buffer zones, woodlands, wetlands and community involvement.
Their products are sold at:
West Windsor Community Farmers Market
Vaughn Drive – Princeton Junction Train Station, Saturdays 9 – 1 Open May – Thanksgiving.
Summit Downtown Farmers Market
Corner of Deforest Ave and Maple Street – Sundays 8am – 1pm, Open May - Thanksgiving
Whole Foods Market
Stores are located throughout New Jerseyi
An International chain retail of food stores for organic and natural foods.