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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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    15 Channel Center St., #105
    Boston, MA 02210

    Tel 508.362.5859
    Fax 508.362.5868


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March 18, 2010


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This sounds like a great idea. Are you going to use an organic method for pest control? Recently, I came across and organic insect killer called EndAll. Have you used this yet? Looks like it would do the trick since it kills so many different insects and kills them at all stages of development.

Lila Davis

I really enjoy this cookie. I have tried the vanilla bean & double chocolate. Why not vanilla on vanilla? Or Chocolate with vanilla? Do you make chocolate chip? Keep up the good work. I will be a long time customer and will pass the word to friends and family.

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