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Down to Earth to Hold Job Fair for New Kakaako Location

Photo: Down to Earth Kaka'ako Store

Down to Earth Organic & Natural will hold a job fair for its new 13,000 square foot Kakaako location on Sunday March 18th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

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Sustainable Practices to Help Keep our Earth Healthy

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At Down to Earth, Earth Day is one of our favorite days of the year. We love promoting sustainable practices to help keep our Earth healthy! On our website, we have articles on the many reasons to go vegetarian, one of those being for the sake of the environment. One article, found here, brings up that vegetarian and vegan diets use significantly lower amounts of Earth’s resources.

Featured Article

New Study Confirms Veggie Diets Are More Sustainable than Non-Veggie Diets

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With Earth Day coming on April 22nd, it is a good time to review major nutrition and environmental research that continues to sound the alarm.  A plant-based diet will be key to the sustainability of our planet.

This past February, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) published a study that evaluated diet-related environmental impacts.  Compared with diets that include meat, the study found vegetarian and/or vegan diets:

Health Tip

Food for the Future: Local and Sustainable Food

Locally Grown Bananas on Oahu

Think about the last thing that you ate. Do you know where it originated? For most of us, the answer would be “no”.

Imagine eating an apple banana and knowing exactly what farm it came from. The locally-grown food movement does just that. It connects consumers with food grown in their communities, food that is distributed over shorter distances than those common in industrial food systems.

'Ekahi Corner

Nature: Fuel for Your Health

First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day has become a global symbol for the environmental protection movement. For some, it’s an entire month dedicated to preserving the environment we live in, ensuring that we, and our children, have a healthy and sustainable future. And when it comes to our personal health, it’s important to remember that connecting with nature ought to be something we do every day.

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