Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIV, No. 18
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton

BETTER IN BULK: “We have more than 350 different bulk products, which are very popular. Kids, especially, love to scoop the bulk items,” says Herb Mertz, Whole Earth Center Chairman of the Board of Trustees. He stands in front of a selection of bulk items, including pastry, soy protein, natural milled cane sugar, and natural licorice bites, just a small sampling of what is available.

Environmentally Friendly Whole Earth Center Celebrates Fortieth Anniversary in Princeton

Jean Stratton

For 40 years, this not-for-profit natural foods store has offered food “the way it is supposed to be” — organically grown, environmentally safe, and nutritionally sound.

BEST FRIENDS: “Our main goal is to help people understand the benefit of the all-natural foods we offer to their pets.” Mike Growney, owner of Utopia For Pets in the Princeton North Shopping Center, enjoys spending time with Willow, his nine-year-old white Samoyed.

Utopia For Pets, Featuring All-Natural Foods, Is Located in Princeton North Shopping Center

Jean Stratton

Once upon a time, people fed their pets left-overs from the table, or even had their cats fend for themselves, capturing mice and other small creatures for dinner.

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