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  • Late July is dedicated to making delicious organic, NON-GMO snacks! It’s our mission to ensure that future generations of families always have access to delicious food free from GMOs, toxic persistent pesticides and antibiotics. Founded in 2003 by Nicole Bernard Dawes & her late father Steve Bernard, we're excited to be celebrating our 11th anniversary in 2014!

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December 23, 2009

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Carolyn

Hi Boys~

Hope Santa enjoyed those organic cookies as much as I do.

Lois Marie Frescura

I just bought your dark chocolate sandwich cookies at Kroger and they are DELICIOUS! Thanks for making them Vegan. =0)

Tina Walker

These vanilla bean cookies with green tea taste too good to be organic, something must be wrong with the recipe!LOL:))

Andrew Chaikin

I love late July because it feels like the perfect time to look at the sky. On this gorgeous, dry summer day I went down to the local farmstand and just drank it all in ... the afternoon light on the trees and flowers .... the paths that lead past the greenhouses toward the hills .... The cloudscape, including one big cumulus that hid the sun for a while, casting subtle streamers into the blue, and then, shortly before the sun reemerged, there were those cotton-candy colors in the cloud fringes, pastel greens, pinks, and oranges. Late July feels to me like we're suspended at the top of summer's lazy arc, touching all the other summers back into the past. I listened to Percy Granger's "Harvest Hymn" from 1905 and thought about the artwork on your Late July boxes.

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