The Best Half - December 2020
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Top Half Brands
Green Mountain Coffee
Long before you Have Chosen your first sip, we Have been Discovering and roasting the Maximum quality coffee in the world when building strong, lasting relationships with the farmers who grow it. That's not only so you'll enjoy Green Mountain Coffee every day, it is simply the Perfect way to do business. When our customers have the chance to enjoy the best, best-tasting coffee about, we all know we have done a Fantastic day's job
Since 2001, Green Mountain Coffee has become one of the major roasters of Fair Trade coffee. We're also involved in global and local efforts to constantly improve the health conditions of their growers and their families.
If you enjoy the brightness of a lighter coffee or favor a more earthy brew, then we've perfected every roast in our extensive selection. Our coffees have been sourced from 28 regions around the Planet. Each region differs in altitude, climate, and soil, leading to special taste profiles that suit your personal mood or palate.
At Green Mountain Coffee, a 'good' quality coffee just is not good enough. We travel the world searching for just the finest beans--the best 10% in the world--and taste them at the source to ensure they meet our standards.
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At Honest Tea, we embrace the simplicity of tea -- water and leaves. Ever since 2730 B.C. when the Chinese emperor Shen Nung first "discovered" tea after some leaves dropped into a kettle of boiling water, tea has been the world's second most popular drink (behind water). For centuries, civilizations around the globe have enjoyed tea grown without chemical fertilizers and pesticides and we do not find any reason to add them in our recipes now.
Our Objective is to create a product in which the true taste of the leaves comes through. We do not pulverize, procedure, or focus our tea leaves. Rather we brew the whole leaf, a way that Shen Nung would still understand. From our unsweetened Just Green and Just Black Shrimp (no carbohydrates, no sugar), directly to our "only a bit sweet" drinks (100 calories or less), Honest Tea makes it a lot easier for people to enjoy lower calorie refreshment.
We strive to live up to our title in the way we run our business. We do so whether we are working with growers and providers, answering consumer questions or seeking to leave a lighter environmental footprint. Along with being ranked by The Huffington Post among the leading "8 Revolutionary Socially Responsible Companies" in 2010, Honest Tea is a five-star winner of awards from the Alliance for Workplace Excellence. The third-annual Keeping it Reasonable Mission Report was released in 2012, mimicking the ways we strive to fulfill our mission and the efforts we undertake to keep sustainability a focus in our organization.See all Honest Tea products
Land O Lakes
It begins around the farm, however does not stop there.
Land O’Lakes was launched in 1921 when 320 milk farmers met with St. Paul, Minnesota, to form the Minnesota Cooperative Creameries Association. These farmers joined together to effectively market and distribute their dairy production across the nation.
In the modern world, Land O’Lakes companies provide us a farm-to-fork perspective of agriculture. Pair this with our farmer ownership and Land O’Lakes is uniquely qualified to fulfill our goal of ingesting human advancement around the planet, while always delivering on our responsibility to member-owners during our core values. We're united in a frequent cause. We are dedicated to excellence and inspired by our place on the planet. We know there are no shortcuts to making good food. As farmers turned to company owners, Land O’Lakes has never lost sight of the value of a hard day's work.
If you enjoy our Property O’Lakes products also try other terrific goods from Kent Precision Foods. Our other brands comprise Orrington Farms, Mrs. Wages, Thick-it, along with Southern Gourmet.See all Land O Lakes products
Nicholas D. Kristof
Nicholas D. Kristof is a New York Times op-ed columnist and two-time Pulitzer Prize winner. Together with his wife, Sheryl WuDunn, '' he has written four bestselling books, including the No. 1 New York Times best-seller "Half the Sky." Kristof and WuDunn would be the first married man to win a Pulitzer for journalism, for also the massacre that followed and their coverage of the Tiananmen Square democracy movement in China. A second was later won by Kristof for his columns in Darfur. Kristof and WuDunn reside in the New York area.
Kristof is active on social networking, especially Facebook (www.facebook.com/kristof) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/nickkristof). He was the very first blogger in the very first and the New York Times site to produce a video for the website; he has more Twitter followers. See all Nicholas D. Kristof products
Allie Brosh has appreciated writing since her mother fooled her into creating a narrative to divert her away from her immediate goal of wrapping the cat at duct-tape. She began her award-winning site in 2009. Brosh resides in Bend, Oregon, with her husband Duncan, her two dogs, and six pet rats.
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Edward E. Baptist
Edward E. Baptist is an associate professor of history at Cornell University. Author of this award-winning Creating an Old South, he grew up in Durham, North Carolina. He lives in Ithaca, New York. See all Edward E. Baptist products