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Lindsay Scherr, Endlessly Organic





Lindsay brings a passion for healthy living and community engagement to Endlessly Organic. With an extensive background in business development and marketing, Lindsay is committed to expanding Endlessly Organic’s reach to new locations, expanding membership, and driving their corporate wellness programs in South Florida.Lindsay’s background is diverse, previously working in construction, commercial real estate, and management consulting in a sales and marketing role. Lindsay grew up in Washington DC, and attended Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. After nine years of freezing in the Midwest, Lindsay moved to South Florida. Since moving to Florida, she has transformed her lifestyle and picked up many healthy habits that she loves to share. In her free time, Lindsay enjoys cooking, yoga, painting, beach walking, and traveling with her new husband.

What are the Best Ways to Buy Organic?

Explore the organic section of your local grocery store.

Shop at a specialty health food store.

Support your local farmer and purchase organic goods at a farmers market. (ALWAYS ASK IF IT IS ORGANIC!)

Join an organic food buying club, such as Endlessly Organic.

Endlessly Organic is an organic produce buying club located in Miami, FL and serving all of South Florida. Join Endlessly Organic and receive a bounty of farm fresh and delicious organic fruits and vegetables, sourced and selected from organic farms, delivered directly to your community or workplace every other week. All produce arrives fresh picked, chemical free, ready to eat, and at a cost often lower than conventional produce at your grocery store.You and your family will be excited about having an endless variety of organic fruits and vegetables in your home, making meal time more creative and healthier -- and saving you money in the process. New locations are opening every day, building stronger and healthier communities.


Why Organic?

Organic food is produced without using most conventional pesticides, fertilizers made with synthetic ingredients, sewage sludge, bioengineering, or ionizing radiation. Organic food is produced by farmers who emphasize the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water to enhance environmental quality for future generations.Organic meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy products come from animals that are given no antibiotics or growth hormones.


What is the USDA Certification?

The USDA Organic seal assures consumers of the quality and integrity of organic products. Organic-certified operations must have an organic system plan and records that verify compliance with that plan. Operators are inspected annually in addition there are random checks to assure standards are being met.“Certified Organic”: 95 – 99.9% of ingredients must be produced organically. May contain up to 5% of non-organically produced agricultural ingredients that are not commercially available in organic form, and/or other substances as allowed by law.


Benefits of Eating Organic

Keep Chemicals Off Your Plate

Better Taste

Protect Future Generations

Prevent Soil Erosion

Protect Water Quality

Save Energy

Protect Farm Worker Health

Help Small Farmers

Support a True Economy

Promote Biodiversity






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