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Down to Earth 35th Anniversary

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Down to Earth All Vegetarian and Natural food store celebrated its 35th anniversary earlier this year with 35 percent discounts on its best selling items, cooking classes, wellness lectures, raw food demos and gift basket raffles at its five locations: Honolulu, Kailua, Pearlridge, Kapolei and Kahului.

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Roads to health and wellness change to match new lifestyles

Pacific Business News

by Casey Tong

(July 27, 2012) --The health-and-wellness industry has evolved to keep pace with changing concepts of how physical fitness and healthy diets can lead to fuller, more satisfying lives....

Mark Fergusson, CEO and "chief vegetarian officer" for Down to Earth for 20 year, said his company has grown "to support individuals taking care of their own health."

While conventional food stores will "sell anything that will make a profit, we're selling foods that are good for people," he said.

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Showman Wins $350 Down to Earth 35th Anniversary Drawing!

by Down to Earth

Honolulu, HI (July 13th, 2012) – Congratulations to Angelique Showman on winning the $350 gift card drawing in honor of Down to Earth's 35th anniversary. The drawing was held at the end of May as part of our “35th Anniversary Day Sale - 35% off 35 of our best-selling items." To enter the drawing, people simply "liked" us on Facebook.

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Down to Earth: Happy 35th Anniversary! KGMB 5-25-12

KGMB AM

Down to Earth: Happy 35th Anniversary! KGMB 5-25-12

by KGMB

Howard Dicus (KGMB-9) interviews Down to Earth's "CEO & Chief Organic Officer," Mark Fergusson, on the occasion of Down to Earth's 35th Anniversary celebration Sale Day.

Visit http://www.downtoearth.org to learn more about Down to Earth.

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Mark Fergusson Joins Board of Hawaii Organic Farmers Association (HOFA)

by Down to Earth

Mark Fergusson, Down to Earth's Chief Organic Officer (CEO/CFO), has joined the board of the Hawaii Organic Farmers Association (HOFA). HOFA is a non-profit organization that provides education about organic farming and sustainability in Hawaii. As the new spokesperson for HOFA, Mark offers the following thoughts about the importance of organic farming.

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Hawaii should require labeling of GMO foods

Honolulu Star-Advertiser

by Label It Hawaii members including Mark Fergusson, Down to Earth Chief Vegetarian Officer (CEO/CVO)

(April 22, 2012) -- As Americans, we value the basic right to choose from a wide variety of foods in the marketplace, to make informed choices as to what we feed ourselves and our families.

Presently this right is being denied to the more than 90 percent of Americans who want to know if a food contains genetically modified organisms (GMO).

Why? Because our government does not require these products to be labeled.

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35th Anniversary Much to Celebrate!

by Down to Earth

Honolulu, HI (May 8th, 2012) – When a group of friends in Wailuku, Maui decided in 1977 that they wanted to help improve the health of Hawaii residents through organic and natural products and a vegetarian lifestyle, no one could have predicted their success. Considered unconventional at the time, their vision of a healthy lifestyle is now a part of the American mainstream.

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Organicville®, INDIANLife® Awarded ALL VEGETARIAN Preferred Brand Status

by Down to Earth

Honolulu, HI (Mar. 14, 2012) – Down to Earth welcomes Organicville® and INDIANLife® as the newest members of our family of ALL-VEGETARIAN Preferred Brands. They join a select group of Down to Earth Preferred Brands that are ALL VEGETARIAN, organic, natural, and GMO-free.

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New Alkaline Purified Water Now On Sale at Our Water Dispensers!

by Down to Earth

Honolulu, HI (Mar. 14, 2012) – Water dispensers at all Down to Earth locations now offer alkaline purified drinking water at the special introductory sale price of $1.49 per gallon (Reg. $1.99 per gallon). The sale price for alkaline water is effective from March 15th through April 11th. Standard purified water continues to be offered at $0.50 cents per gallon. Purified water is fresh, clean water that keeps your body hydrated and running smoothly without the effects of harmful chemicals that can pose a threat to your health.

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