We take our commitment to building a local and sustainable food system seriously here at Boston Organics. Join as us we explore what that means to us and the values we hope to embed in the Boston Organics supply chain.
Saint Patrick’s Day observes the death of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. People spend the holiday celebrating Irish culture and traditions including parades, Irish step dancing, drinking green beer, or eating Irish cuisine. Did you know your chance of finding a 4-leaf clover is 1 in 10,000?
As tradition goes, wearing green on St. Patrick ’s Day will make you invisible to pesky leprechauns, otherwise be weary of getting pinched! Different cities hold different traditions – Chicago colors the Chicago River green with a natural vegetable dye, and Hot Springs holds the world’s shortest parade (98 feet). While I don’t think Mayor Walsh will approve dying the Charles River green, we still have an awesome parade! Boston’s St. Patrick's Day parade will start Sunday March 17 at 1:00 pm at Broadway Station.
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On Saturday October 20th from 11am to 6pm and Sunday October 21st from 10am to 4pm, you can join Boston Organics at the 23rd annual Boston Veg Food Fest! The food fest will be held at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center located at 1350 Tremont Street, Boston MA. This event is free, has free parking and is T accessible! Over 100 vegetarian, vegan and natural food vendors will be on site to answer all of your natural food questions, offer samples and introduce you to their products and services.
This year, instead of sending chocolates or little monkey robots that fart on command to our best customers, we decided to say thank you by making a donation on their behalf to one of three local nonprofits. Here's a little background on the groups we chose and why. They represent three areas that we care a lot about -- farming, sustainability and food security.
The holidays are here and the internet is replete with lists of the best gifts for foodies. Now we're getting in on the act, with a twist. Here are our suggestions for holiday gifts for the Boston foodie in your life.