Nursery Bedding Manufacturer, Argington Commends Chef Erynn Smith on Her Organic Recipes

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Argington comments on an article by Eve Smythe of the Ventura County Star on organic chef Erynn Smith.

On October 17, 2012 nursery bedding manufacturer, Argington applauds organic chef Erynn Smith following a Ventura Count Star article on her recipes and ways to eat organic.

According to the article, “One of the burdens of a healthy lifestyle is the dilemma of making healthy food tasty,” but Smith “believes her recipes may change the long-held misconception that a healthy diet is hard to swallow.” The article also mentions that Smith “is now part of a team that visits schools and organizations to spread the word about the benefits of organic gardening.” The word must be effective, because the reports kids “have written letters to their school districts asking about their inclusion into school menus.”

Argington representative, Clay Darrohn, sang Smith’s praises for her tasty organic recipes and for spreading the word. “Eating healthy is a major component of leading a healthy lifestyle, and I am glad to see Smith promoting that,” says Darrohn. “A lot of people think that the only dull, tasteless food can be good for you, but Smith has done a good job to show that healthy food can be delicious too.”

Darrohn also stressed how important a healthy lifestyle is at Argington. “Argington is very organic oriented as well. We make our furniture and nursery bedding out of materials designed to keep you healthy, like renewable birch wood and 100% certified cotton,” said Darrohn. “Argington makes sure their products are eco-friendly, in order to help children lead a healthy lifestyle.”

Argington is a New York based manufacturer of fine baby furniture and nursery bedding. Proudly offering sustainable products that are organic or eco-friendly, Argington’s products are also created with mobility and many uses in mind to make parents’ lives easier.


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