The Top 10 Biggest Food Stories of 2010

Here's a great piece in The Atlantic that's worth a read as 2010 winds down. What do you hope 2011 will bring when it comes to food safety, politics and agriculture? 

And did you know PCC has taken on a stand on many of the top issues the named above? We have advocated for school-lunch reform, support the Non-GMO Project, do not sell products with high-fructose corn syrup as an ingredient and offers an abundance of local and/or organic fruits and vegetables, meats, dairy options and more.

PCC offers two great, easy ways to stay up-to-date on the latest food news: Our monthly Sound Consumer newsletter and our PCC Advocates e-newsletter. And remember: Each meal you buy or create is a chance to show your support for healthy, sustainable foods. 

More about: food politics, food safety, organic food

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Baked and Deli Goods

I'm from out the area. You already said you use organic ingrediants in baked goods. I was just wondered whether you used purified or filtered water and whether you have a separate communal facility to prepare them in for all the nine stores.

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Baked Deli Goods

Our PCC bakery provides most bakery items you see in our nine stores. Each store however bakes fresh scones, cinnamon rolls, and cookies fresh everyday.Fresh muffins are delviered to the stores.
We use filtered water in our baking facility.
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