SAN JUAN BAUTISTA (PRWEB) December 16, 2011
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the debut of packaged salads, Earthbound Farm is giving organic salad lovers the gift of the eCookbook, “Salads for Every Season: 25 Recipes from Earthbound Farm” by Myra Goodman, available for free download through December 31, 2011. The culinary compilation contains 83 pages of seasonal salad recipes from Myra’s first two cookbooks, “Food To Live By” (Workman, 2006) and “The Earthbound Cook” (Workman, 2010).
Back in 1986, Earthbound Farm co-founders, Drew and Myra Goodman, began washing and bagging a week’s worth of greens to ensure they had access to a fresh salad every night. When a cancelled order from a local chef prompted the entrepreneurs to sell fresh organic spring mix at retail, pre-washed packaged salads were born. Twenty-five years later, produce departments across the country prominently feature assorted fresh packaged salads for health-conscious consumers, making salad a simple and accessible option on a daily basis.
“Salads for Every Season: 25 Recipes from Earthbound Farm” by Myra Goodman is available for free digital download at the following online retailers until December 31, 2011, when the price will go up to $2.99:
- Amazon.com for Kindle.
- BarnesAndNoble.com for Nook.
- Google eBooks for computers, Android, iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, iRiver, Nook and Sony eReaders.
- iTunes for iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch.
- Kobobooks.com for Kobo eReaders.
- Ebookstore.Sony.com for Sony eReaders.
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About Earthbound Farm
Founded in 1984 on a 2.5-acre backyard garden, Earthbound Farm is one of the nation’s leading organic food brands. Earthbound Farm’s nationally lauded food safety program is unparalleled in the produce industry. The company offers more than 100 varieties of certified organic salads, fruits and vegetables grown on over 36,000 acres by 150 independent farmers. Taken together, those organic farming methods will keep more than 11.5 million pounds of conventional chemicals out of the soil, water and air during 2011 alone. In addition to organic farming, Earthbound Farm brings a sustainability ethic to its packaging, and was the first salad producer to convert all its rigid plastic packaging to 100 percent post-consumer recycled (PCR) PETE plastic. The company also uses 99 percent PCR paperboard for its shipping cartons and 100 percent PCR paper in its business machines. For more information, visit Earthbound Farm’s website at http://www.ebfarm.com