August 1996 Issue
Organic Ice Cream: Oat Bran Doughnut of The Nineties?
In what sounds like an oxymoron, the nation's first "organic ice cream" has arrived, from Cascadian Farm, a Washington state organic food company. "Organic" has a nice, healthful connotation, while "ice cream" is sinful, pure and simple. So, you might reasonably expect organic ice cream to be healthier than the run-of-the-mill variety. But hold on. The milk used in Cascadian Farm products simply comes from cows raised on organic feed without antibiotics or
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