This convenient pocket guide packs the knowledgeable information of the original whole foods bible into a concise, easy-to-carry format. Focusing mainly on core food products available at large-scale supermarkets and natural foods stores, easy-reference entries help shoppers navigate their many options when choosing organic, whole, local, and sustainably and ethically produced foods.
An updated pocket-size edition of the definitive guide to buying, storing, and preparing whole foods.
Handy charts and tables summarize what's in season when.
Organic food sales totaled nearly $17 billion in 2006, up 22 percent from the previous year, in the U.S. alone.
Margaret M. Wittenberg
About Margaret M. Wittenberg
MARGARET M. WITTENBERG is a globally recognized authority and educator on natural and organic foods with more than thirty-five years of experience. She is a former member of the USDA National Organic Standards Board and has served on many other boards focused on organic agriculture, seafood sustainability, agricultural environmental standards, and farm animal welfare. In 2005, Margaret was honored with the National Audubon’s Society’s prestigious Rachel Carson Award in recognition of her lifelong work.
New Good Food Pocket Guide, rev by Margaret M. Wittenberg