Along with the hot summer sun comes delicious fresh produce! With the health food/organic craze, more and more people are investing in what they eat. And, when I say investing, I do mean investing. Buying fresh, organic produce can be pretty expensive. However, beginning in late spring, there are ways to cut your food bill and still eat healthy.
Based on Maryland’s climate, now is the perfect time to enjoy locally grown produce. The savings on local produce varies depending on what and how... [More]
Consider this: A tomato seed planted hundreds of miles away takes the journey through life and makes its way to the grocery store chain in your neighborhood. Along this journey, the tomato was likely picked when it was still green so that it wouldn’t be rotten from the time it takes to get from the farm to the store. Not only this, but typically tomatoes don’t grow well when picked pre-maturely nor do they ripen organically while inside a trailer being pulled across the country. T... [More]
Whether you were born and raised in Maryland or have recently joined the community, I’m sure we all agree that it is important to support Maryland businesses. Growing up in a Baltimore suburb myself, I try to do my part in helping my community flourish. WMAR-TV’s Buy Local, Buy Maryland program is a great way to help me accomplish that!
If you are looking for ways to share in this, read on!
Basically, Buy Local, Buy Maryland is a customer savings club, featuring locally owned busines... [More]