Buying Club Offers Organic Produce

Lana Crochet serves organic treats. Photo by Mandy Marksteiner
 
Gloria Marksteiner samples organic yogurt from Miller’s Organic Farm. Photo by Mandy Marksteiner
 

Staff Report:

Lana Crochet, owner of The Rosebud Cafe, a new restaurant opening soon in White Rock, hosted a private tasting of raw dairy products, fermented vegetables and meats from Miller’s Organic Farm.

The tasting took place at The Los Alamos Christian Church, and was attended by people who are interested in having a diet free of pesticides and rich in natural probiotics. These high quality foods are generally not available in regular grocery stores.

Crochet is working to make these products available to families in the area by serving as the local liaison to Miller’s Organic Farm’s private buying club. Members of the private club pay a one-time fee of $35 and gain access to food grown on the farm, located in an Amish community in Pennsylvania. She is now accepting new members.

To find out more, contact Lana Crochet at lanacrochet@ymail.com or call her at 505-603-7912.

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