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      • Yes, We Are Still Celebrating National Mushroom Month!

         "Untamed Mushrooms: From Field To Table" www.untamedmushrooms.com .  NATIONAL MUSHROOM MONTH National Mushroom Month is celebrated each year throughout the month of September. During the time, the U.S. Department of Agriculture takes advantage of the opportunity to educate people on the versatility mushrooms offer, including health benefits. As a result, mushrooms...

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      • It's Apple Season

        It's that time of year again. There's a chill in the air and fresh, local apples are in abundance. If family and friends are looking for ways to feature their Autumn harvest of apples, let them know about Salad Girl's organic, vegan, gluten-free Crisp Apple Maple Vinaigrette.

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      • Starting to Feel Like Autumn

        What a difference a few days makes - since last week at this time, Minnesota temps have dropped about 20+ degrees. Time to start thinking about our favorite Autumn salad ingredients with a Salad Girl twist.

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      • Fuelin' for Schoolin'

        This year get creative when packing school lunches and/or when packing your work lunch. Try this delectable Apple & Cheddar Salad, or pack your kids greens, apple bites, cheese curds, and pretzel sticks. They can create their own "Salads on a Stick" with a light drizzle of our Organic Crisp Apple...

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      • Honoring Labor Day

        As a nation, we celebrate Labor Day as a way of honoring & commemorating the various American labor associations that fought for and then sought a peaceful way to protest businesses to install fairer and safer working conditions for American laborers. Of course, this is definitely a day in history worth...

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    PARTNERS IN GREENS: Locally Grown Greens & Salad Girl  

    Being able to craft salads with locally grown greens and veggies grown year round here in our frozen "Winterland" has always seemed like fantastical thinking. But now, this Mid-Western fantasy is being brought to fruition by some pretty amazing & innovative farmers. REVOL Greens is located in Medford, Minnesota, and BrightFarms is located in Rochelle, Illinois. These greenhouses are growing year round and delivering these freshly picked greens to our local neighborhood grocery stores.  Salad Girl is so lucky & proud to partner with both of these companies, and their beautiful greens will be featured in our tasting demo's where Salad Girl will be crafting delectable salad samples with freshly picked greens for all customers to try! 

    REVOL Greens is located in Medford, Minnesota.  Salad Girl & REVOL Greens Brand Ambassadors will be crafting delicious, local salads with a variety of REVOL Greens & our Salad Girl Organic Dressings in all of the Kowalski's Markets, Lunds and Byerlys, Jerry's Foods, Coborn's Markets, many MN Hy-Vee stores, and Cub Foods.

          Bright Farms is located in Rochelle, Illinois.  Salad Girl & Bright Farms Brand Ambassadors will be crafting delicious, local salads with a variety of  Bright Farms Fresh Greens & our Salad Girl Organic Dressings in all of the Mariano's throughout Chicagoland & select Metro Market and Pick 'N Save stores in Wisconsin - Enjoy!  

     Salad Girl is so honored to have been chosen as one of the food finalists in Mpls. St.Paul Magazines "Made in the North"contest!

    The other finalists chosen happen to be some of our favorite local people making our favorite things to eat and drink; Kudos to the Johnny Pops folks ,the Bakers Field Breads people,the Superior Switchel Company & the Twisted Shrub. The well deserved first place, grand prize went to the hard working, local artisan cheese makers and farmers, Jodie & Steven Ohlsen Read of Shepherds Way Farms. Congrats to all & wishing you Health & Happiness in 2018 !http://mspmag.com/arts-and-culture/the-2018-made-in-the-north-awards/