Tag archives for New England
On Wednesday Dunkin’ Donuts announced it will slowly revamp its supply chain to purchase cage free eggs and humanely raised pork.
Yesterday Street Corporation, based in Boston, released its 2011 corporate social responsibility report.
Pete and Gerry's is a network of 26 family farms spread across New England. Hens live in cage-free barns and are free to scratch and roam uninhibited the way chickens were meant to do.
Starbucks and Stonyfield are among the growing number of companies in the United States that are fronting more of the costs of their recycling efforts.
A Cola-Cola plant in Northampton, MA, churns out wastewater at a rate that is becoming to expensive for the city's wastewater treatment facility to process.
The most brilliant wedding cake substitute I have ever seen was at a New England wedding we attended in August. Wedding cake, meet watermelon.
One New England town that caught my eye is Gorham, just a few miles west of New Hampshire’s border with Maine. Bursts of yellow and red loom next to old churches and clapboard homes.
The scenery along Maine State Routes 2 and 17 from Farmington to the New Hampshire border was breathtaking. Fall in Maine must not be missed.
The Currency Optimization, Innovation, and National Savings Program, or COINS Act, was introduced last week by Arizona Republican David Schweikert in a move to eliminate the dollar bill.
Designed to replace the highway overpasses that once cut through downtown Boston, the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway is a haven for gardening aficionados and advocates of urban green spaces.
It may be hard to believe, but there was a time when discounted retailers had clothes that were made in America. Brands like Osh-Kosh and Geranimals were made in textile mills just a few decades ago.
While driving along Maine’s coast offers spectacular views of New England’s rocky coast, the state’s towns like Biddeford are well worth a tour, too.