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How to Carve a Turkey (06:28)
It's Picture Perfect! (02:09)
PCC Natural Markets is unveiling a new alternative for dealing with food waste — a "harvester" system developed by Issaquah-based WISErg to produce liquid fertilizer.
PCC Healthy Kids presentation (11:29)
Membership meeting evaluation
Thank you for attending PCC's 2012 Annual Membership meeting. We ask that you fill out this meeting evaluation to assist us in future meeting planning.
Since 2004 we've been taste-testing products to find out which items at PCC put a smile on children's faces in an effort to help parents and families navigate the world of natural foods.
All Kid Picks items in our stores have been approved by at least two-thirds of their kid "judges," making the Kid Picks label a reliable indicator that kids are likely to enjoy that particular food or product. Kid Picks items are easy to spot when shopping our stores — each is flagged with a bright orange tag bearing the Kid Picks logo.
Grocery Shopping Game (03:28)
Grocery Shopping Game from Healthier Choices Event at Meadowdale Elementary School in Lynnwood, Feb. 23, 2012.
TV chef Graham Kerr (formerly The Galloping Gourmet) suggests a shopping game that involves children in the process so they're more likely to enthusiastically eat fruits and vegetables. Co-sponsored by Swedish/Edmonds and the Edmonds School District with support from PCC Natural Markets and other local merchants, Healthier Choices features cooking demonstrations and nutrition advice from registered dietitians.
The next Healthier Choices events are scheduled for:
- Thursday, March 15
- Saturday, April 28
ParentMap’s 2011 Golden Teddy Awards recognizes the best businesses and resources in the greater Seattle area for kids, families and parents. Readers voted from June 14 to July 14, 2011 in more than 70 categories, representing eight main areas of interest in the greater Seattle area. Yesterday they honored the best of local businesses and resources for kids and families. ParentMap’s Out & About Editor, Kris Collingridge, highlights some of the winners.
PCC was the winner in the "Grab-and-Go Food Spot" category.