Go Organic!, a comprehensive organic food education group, wants you to eat better. It also wants to help you learn why you should, and what "eating better" means. So in conjunction with King Soopers, Go Organic is offering a coupon book that can be picked up at stores, or by calling 1-800-446-6742.
On its website, you can also enter contests to win plenty of organic groceries, as well as read up on the latest reasons why you should eat organic. The group will really be ramping up for April, since Earth Day is April 22.
"Despite a down economy, many Americans still seek organic food for its healthful and environmental benefits," explains Michael Martin, president of MusicMatters (one of the companies involved with Go Organic). "We're hosting the 'Go Organic! for Earth Day' campaign again this year to communicate these benefits, and to support consumers by providing a free, cost-cutting resource as they look to celebrate Earth Day and purchase more organic products."
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