The Eat Well Guide is a free online directory of thousands of family farms, restaurants, markets and other outlets that offer local, fresh and sustainable food in the United States and Canada.

Visitors simply enter a zip or postal code to search for food that is free of antibiotics and added hormones, and produced by healthy and humane methods that include organic, pasture-raised and heritage. Check it out at

And today (happy Earth Day, by the way!) the Guide launched The Green Fork, its new blog. Read it at

Both are quite yummy, if you’ll parden the pun.

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3 Responses

  1. Leslie Hatfield

    Thanks so much for mentioning our new blog. We are so excited to be making yummy waves in the blogosphere (food puns, as it turns out, are almost impossible to avoid when you write about food).

    The Green Fork is just the first of several new features Eat Well will be serving up this spring/summer. Keep an eye out for our new travel tool, Eat Well Everywhere, which will make it easier than ever for consumers to find their way to local farmers, markets and other purveyors of good food.

    We’re also now offering embeddable search widgets for bloggers and web sites (you can pick up the code here–, as well as an Eat Well gadget for your iGoogle page (just click on “add stuff” and search for “Eat Well)

    Thanks again, and eat well!


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    Good Health:)

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