National Chocolate With Almonds Day is July 8th

There’s a Holiday for That? Yes, yes there is. Take a moment this Friday, July 8th, to seek out the crunchy and heavenly combination of rich, hearty chocolate and perfectly roasted California almonds for National Chocolate with Almonds Day.  Confectioners have been combining the buttery, flavorful tree nut with rich, luscious dark or milk chocolate for years in all their creations. Who doesn’t love a chocolate covered whole almond or a chocolate bar laced with chopped almond pieces?  What can make this even better? How about using only Fair Trade Cocoa and California Almonds pasteurized with steam versus Propylene Oxide (PPO)… Read More

Demand for Non GMO Foods by consumers starting to have a positive impact!

We’ve been concerned about GMO’s since they were introduced to the food chain about the time we got our start in the food business.  In that time we’ve witnessed the proliferation of these crops and felt the true impact as we had to continue to seek out new farmers and suppliers that maintained organic and conventional methods of growing and harvesting in order to ensure our commitment to the planet and provide Non GMO foods to our customers.   We learned early on, directly from the farmers, that the claims of higher yields and no environmental impacts were not accurate. … Read More

NBC program ‘Superstore’ features SunRidge Farms this week!

Join SunRidge Farms in watching ‘Superstore’ on the NBC Network this Thursday, February 23rd, at 8PM.  We’re excited to see our products featured as part of this ongoing sitcom on NBC.  Here’s a quick synopsis of this episode, entitled ‘Wellness Fair’: When Amy (America Ferrera) sees Mateo (Nico Santos) out on a secret date with Jeff (recurring guest star Michael Bunin), she ignores Garrett’s (Colton Dunn) advice to stay out of it, and ends up throwing multiple relationships – both real and imagined – into chaos.  Meanwhile, Glenn (Mark McKinney) resents Jonah (Ben Feldman) for outshining him during Cloud 9’s… Read More

Tips for Keeping your New Year’s Resolution to Get Healthy

  There is that little spark for something better that always shows itself at the beginning of the new year. A drive to improve your diet and get healthy often is a goal that, frankly,  makes complete sense. So, where do you start?   1. Switch to organic.  This decision is good for you AND good for the environment.  In 2-3 weeks after you switch to organic foods you’ll find the following: The residual pesticide level inside your body will be reduced substantially Your digestion improves as fewer highly processed ingredients pass through your body. Your immune system will get stronger.… Read More

Zesty Apple Mango Warmin Mornin Granola – take the chill out of the start of the day!

The final days of fall are upon us and in some places already gone.  A touch of snow or frost often greets you as wake up, look outside, and prepare for the day.  These are the times that typically call for a good hot bowl of oatmeal and a steaming mug of coffee or tea to help warm the mind, body, and soul.  Another way to tackle the morning chill is to eat our new Zesty Apple Mango Warmin Mornin Granola and let this enchanting granola spiced with red chile heat you from the inside.  Make no mistake, it does… Read More

#GIVINGTUESDAY What can you do?

Black Friday is over; Cyber Monday come and gone…it’s now #GIVINGTUESDAY!  Let’s make a difference today and everyday.  What or for Who can you do something today that is positive for another person, a family, a community, or on even a grander scale? We believe you haven’t lived a proper day unless you’ve done something for someone else who cannot possibly repay you.  We encourage everyone to approach life this way.  Donate to a homeless shelter, arrange to visit and entertain at a senior center, help a single parent get their child to school or an afterschool activity, look in… Read More

California Ballot Measure Creates Largest GMO Free Zone in USA

An area measuring over 13,000 square miles has been approved by voters in Sonoma County California as GMO Free.  GMO crops will be phased out over 2 years, restoring agricultural practices that will support a healthier environment and reduce mono crop style of farming.  For more detail on this story, see more here at Agweb.com – [link] SunRidge Farms supports agricultural efforts to reduce the proliferation of GMO crops, increase acreage of organic crops, and the reduced use of dangerous chemicals in the agricultural industry.  Only 1% of USA agriculture is organic yet demand is over 6% and growing.  That… Read More

Thanksgiving and SunRidge Farms

As Thanksgiving approaches we know family and friends are soon to be getting together to celebrate, give thanks, and eat (and eat).  That’s where we come in!  From beans, grains, flours, snacks, dried fruits, nuts & seeds, and confections and so much more, SunRidge Farms has what you need to satisfy the entire family – except for the turkey.  Snacks for your guests?  Pick out a variety of trail mixes, mixed nuts, and candies and set them out in bowls around the house.  Toppings for a salad?  Try some slivered almonds, pumpkin seeds, cranberries, raisins, or pine nuts.  Want to… Read More

Add a Sheltowee Hammock and SunRidge Farms warming snacks to your next autumn adventure…or simply on your back porch!

As we enter mid autumn, leaves are falling and crunching underfoot; the air is crisp and cool in the morning and evenings.  It’s the perfect time to continue getting outdoors and break a sweat whether raking the newly fallen leaves or taking a jaunt into the nearest state park.  Either way let’s add a new way to relax after putting in the work…think about relaxing in a Sheltowee Boone hammock from Sheltowee Hammock Company, www.ShellHammocks.com, while snacking on some SunRidge Farms items like Warmin’ Morning Granola, Hatch Chile Fiesta Mix, Outragin Cajun Mix, Wasabi Samurai Mix, or Zesta Fiesta Mix… Read More

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