Government, biotech companies, and agribusiness want everyone to settle for the lowest common denominator when it comes to food. The good news is that Eden provides an alternative. The following articles have been written or gathered by Eden in hopes of promoting awareness and informed choices.
Eden Foods Bisphenol-A (BPA) Free Pioneer All Eden Organic Beans, Refried Beans, Chilies and Rice & Beans are cooked in steel cans coated with a baked on oleoresinous c-enamel that does not contain the endocrine disrupter chemical, bisphenol-A (BPA).
Why Eden Foods chooses not to use the USDA seal Though all Eden organic food is grown, handled, processed, and certified in a way that meets and exceeds the requirements for using the 'USDA Organic' seal, Eden Foods chooses not to use this seal on its product labels or marketing materials.
Who Owns Organic? Charts of major corporate ownership of organic foods reveal 'at a glance' how organic brands are tied with the biggest food processors in North America. Another chart shows the remaining independent organic food companies, including Eden.
Sorting Out Soy Confusion When one gets to the center of the soy debate, a truth becomes evident: Whether a particular soy food is good for you or bad for you depends upon how it is made
A Plea For Bees Our food supply depends upon bees' productivity and their numbers, both of which are now more vulnerable than ever.
The Constellation of Organic Values Sure, organic products have additional value for both farmers and consumers. But those values are not "added." They are inherent in organic agriculture's production and management system.
The Hundredth Monkey When a certain critical number achieves an awareness, this new awareness may be communicated from mind to mind.
Organic and Then Some If the organic label loses its meaning, farmers with higher standards will have to devise new ones.
The News As the news of late is focused on corrupt influence peddling in our Federal government, and the bills that make their way through Congress have hundreds of earmarks (funding or legal authorization for special interests) attached, isn't it sad that the Organic Trade Association (OTA) chose to join that fray?