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Recall Notice PDF Print E-mail

Jimtown Store Chopped Olive Spread has been recalled because it does not meet the company’s specifications and quality requirements. This applies to the 7 ounce package with an expiration date of 11-30-2011. The Co-op does not have any of the affected product in stock.

If you have purchased this product at the Co-op, you may return it for a full refund.

Ask your legislators to OPPOSE Sen. Durbin's Dietary Supplement Labeling Act of 2011 (S. 1310) PDF Print E-mail

Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) has introduced the Dietary Supplement Labeling Act of 2011 (S. 1310), which the Natural Products Association believes would impose needless new regulations on supplement makers in an attempt to address the issue of manufacturers who mislabel their food and drink products as dietary supplements.  

Click here for the full story and to send your lawmakers a letter to make a change!

Better Food Starts with a Fair Farm Bill PDF Print E-mail

The Farm Bill is up for reauthorization in 2012, and if we can implement certain changes, we can create a healthy food system for everyone.

Find out why a Fair Farm Bill means for you, for farmers and for the environment.

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Save the American River Assosication
Rescue Our Regional Parks
Protect the American River Parkway!
A message from the Grassroots Working Group

The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors needs to hear from you RIGHT NOW.

Due to the budget crisis, the Sacramento County Regional Parks Department was dismantled in June of this year. The Department's responsibilities, projects, and day-to-day operations have been farmed out to other County departments.

In the blink of an eye, a fifty-two year tradition of building recreational opportunities and nature experiences is gone in Sacramento County.

If we don't act now, options to rescue our Regional Parks and protect the American River Parkway will be lost.

Urge Brown to Take Action on Methyl Iodide PDF Print E-mail

Methyl iodide has been on the market for 6 months in California, and been used twice. Governor Brown agreed to revisit the methyl iodide decision in March, but has not yet done so. Meanwhile, 35+ California legislators wrote EPA urging a ban of the chemical nation-wide. Your phone call to Governor Brown is needed to push Brown into action. Let us know how it goes!

Call Governor Brown Today: (916) 445-2841

via Pesticide Watch

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