From: Paul Schaefer, ENN
Published August 30, 2007 09:34 AM

Boston Seeing Green This Fall

BOSTON - This fall, green is the color of the season. It's time to make small, green changes that give back to the

earth just in time for Organic Harvest Month in September.

To help Bostonians go green, Seeds of Change, a producer of premium organic food products and seeds, is inspiring people to take a bike or the train to reduce toxic emissions and select certified organic foods to promote sustainable growing practices. To plant the seeds of green living, the company will also be infusing the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Green Line with inspirational quotes and thoughts for ways to make changes in Boston.

The campaign includes, green tips, free samples of certified organic products including chocolate bars and packs of produce and floral seeds, and free rides on bike taxis from.

It's easy to go green since small, simple changes make a big impact on the environment.


"Seeds of Change is devoted to supporting environmental causes and directly contributes 1% of its net sales to advance sustainable organic agricultural practices worldwide. We hope to pass along this passion and commitment to others and inspire change. Our organic food and seed company is made up of passionate people who are committed to creating healthy and delicious food products that are good for you and the planet," says Bob Allison, U.S. Food Director for Seeds of Change.

Founded in 1989 as a certified organic seed company, today the company sells a wide range of certified organic foods all inspired by different flavors and cultures from around the world.

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