On March 23 and 24, all MOM’s Organic Market locations will host local environmental groups, staffing tables with information, activities and examples of the consequences of using pesticides and fertilizers to grow the perfect lawn. They will offer alternatives that have less impact on the environment.
The founder of MOM’s Organic Market and his family ate food that was past its labeled date for a year to make a point: Expiration dates are not representative of freshness or threat, and they contribute to Americans wasting billions of dollars of perfectly good food every year. See photos of some of the expired food consumed.
Rockville-based MOM’s Organic Market will open its 19th location Friday in Gaithersburg, and the store, like many of its others, will have an increasingly diverse recycling program, as well as a backyard beekeeping section.
Mom’s Organic Market has partnered with local bee breeder Richland Honey Bees in Catharpin, Virginia, in Prince William County, to offer customers a Queen bee and a nucleus hive, ready to order on Mom’s website.
MOM’s Organic Market is expanding again. It will open it’s third location outside of D.C., Maryland and Virginia, this time opening in downtown Philadelphia.
MOM’s Organic Market’s Alexandria store reopened Friday with an expansion that includes a backyard beekeeping section that sells all the tools needed to keep bees in backyard hives.
Since its humble beginnings in a Rockville garage, MOM’s Organic Market has taken root and sprouted to 17 locations and is now a leader in conservation among retailers.
Mom’s Organic Market is rolling out insects as a protein product, and its Ivy City store in D.C. will be among the first to get the products.
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