Whole Earth Policy

Eat Well Foods' Whole Earth


Credit Napoleon Hill with these sage words:

I fully realize that no wealth or position can long endure, unless built upon truth and justice; therefore, I will engage in no transaction which does not benefit all whom it affects.

At Eat Well Foods, we strongly believe that in the food industry, integration with the planet is the greatest way to benefit all whom are affected.  That is why we have instituted our Whole Earth Policy.  Our goal is to respect the balance of life, and so aside from providing wholesome meals to our customers, we also take the peels, stems, and otherwise unsuitable parts of the fresh fruits and vegetables we use and contain them in biodegradable bags which we then take to local farmers to be used as compost.  Additionally, unsuitable parts of the poultry and beef we cut away are used to create fresh soup stock, to which we add legumes, vegetables, and seasonings, donating these soups to Stop Hunger, Inc., a non-profit organization that feeds those in need.

These are but the first baby steps we’re taking in our quest to fully integrate into the balance of give-and-take, the balance of a conscious business who keeps their vision focused on the  Whole Earth.  We welcome any suggestions you may have in this regard.

2 comments on “Whole Earth Policy

  1. Kudos on your Whole Earth approach. Our Mother Earth needs all the help she can get. And you’re also helping the people who live on this planet. It’s a win-win situation.

  2. LOVE this post and world-view. If only more could adopt this attitude. Thank you for sharing and inspiring…

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