We take food very seriously. We feed your children the same food we feed to our own children, as well as every member of our staff. It is our goal to provide healthy, nutritious, delicious food with a wide variety. We do not provide 100% organic food because not all foods are available in an organic variety. Also, some non-organic foods do not have pesticide residues, and we feel these are okay for everyone to consume. Rest-assured that the “Dirty Dozen,” as identified by the Environmental Working Group (see below), will always be organic, along with many others. Please see the list below. GMO’s, on the other hand, are non-negotiable, therefore, our food is 100% GMO-free. We also do not use serve food with partially-hydrogenated oils, MSG or food coloring. 

Our drinking water is Triple Filtered Reverse Osmosis Water.

These foods will always be organic:

  1. Apples

  2. Strawberries

  3. Blueberries

  4. Grapes

  5. Celery

  6. Cherry tomatoes

  7. Peaches/Nectarines/Plums/Pluots

  8. Spinach

  9. Kale

  10. Carrots

  11. Zucchini

  12. Tofu

  13. Edamame

  14. Eggs

  15. Milk

  16. Cheese

  17. Flour (used in baking with children)

  18. Sugar (used in baking/cooking with children)

  19. Yogurt

  20. Butter

The Environmental Working Group (www.ewg.org) identified “The Dirty Dozen” as containing the highest number of pesticides and “The Clean Fifteen” to be relatively pesticide-free. 

The Dirty Dozen for 2013 

    1    Apples

    2    Celery

    3    Cherry tomatoes

    4    Cucumbers

    5    Grapes

    6    Hot peppers

    7    Nectarines (imported) 

    8    Peaches

    9    Potatoes

    10   Spinach

    11    Strawberries

    12    Sweet bell peppers

The Clean Fifteen for 2013

    1    Asparagus

    2    Avocados

    3    Cabbage

    4    Cantaloupe

    5    Sweet corn

    6    Eggplant

    7    Grapefruit

    8    Kiwi

    9    Mangoes

    10   Mushrooms

    11    Onions

    12    Papayas

    13    Pineapples

    14    Sweet peas (frozen) 

    15    Sweet potatoes