30 years and growing …

Celebrate 30 years for Earthbound Farm Organic and win! You may know Earthbound Farm from the cartons of organic greens in your produce aisle—they’re the leading grower of organic produce in the U.S.


It’s Earthbound’s 30th anniversary, and they’re giving away 30 prizes a day for 30 days to celebrate!

In 1984, founders Drew and Myra Goodman moved to California from Manhattan and started farming a 2 1/2-acre raspberry farm organically. Before long, they became the first company to market prewashed, packaged salad, starting a salad revolution for baby greens nationwide. Their product line now includes specialty greens like kale and arugula, as well as fruits and snacks.

“Behind the salads and greens, the fruits and veggies, we’re a community of people passionate about happier, healthier living. Happier in a ‘growing closer over a meal made from ingredients closer to the Earth’ way. Healthier in a ‘synthetic chemical-free’ and ‘oh-no-what-did-I-just-eat-free’ way. And we want to share it with you. So get ready to cook delicious, learn wholesome, plan goodness, and explore wonderful.”

Earthbound has profiled four personality types of organic customers: Innovator, Champion, Nurturer, and Explorer. What “salad sign” are you? Take a simple quiz with fun questions like “Favorite dynamic duo?” with choices including “Thelma and Louise, Batman & Robin, and Mr. & Mrs. Potatohead” at to find out.


Just by taking the quiz, you’ll get an exclusive coupon, a salad-in-a-jar recipe tailored to your “salad sign,” a background image of your “sign” for your computer, and be entered to win a limited-edition reusable shopping bag and other “mystery” prizes throughout September … it’s a win-win!



Fun for Tiny Tots

Here’s a farmgirl website that’s bound to dazzle your little darlins … Peppa Pig!


Peppa’s a popular British preschool animated television series, also broadcast here in the U.S. on Nickelodeon. Each episode is only 5 minutes long, tailored to tiny tots’ attention spans. The show stars Peppa, a girl pig, George, her little brother, their family, and the kids’ friends, each a different kind of animal: Suzy Sheep, Candy Cat, Danny Dog, Pedro Pony, Emily Elephant, and more.

Your little ones can now join the fun on their wildly animated website, You’re bound to be all smiles while Peppa skips across the screen and narrates in a darling British accent peppered with oinks, drawing youngsters into activities including coloring, painting, games, and more.

Another fun pig-themed game for the whole family is Pass the Pigs. It involves little pink pigs that you roll like dice. You get different points according to the way the pigs land … and part of the fun is the named positions: two pigs standing upright are a Double Trotter, two on their backs are a Double Razorback, and the best position of all—a Double Leaning Jowler—is when both pigs rest on their snouts and their ears. Choose the Pig Party Edition, serving up more pigs, more points, and more fun.


Whatever you choose, these porcine pastimes will provide hours of pig-tastic, puerile play.