Monday, January 30, 2023

Health

Inspiring a Healthy Lifestyle

Woolly Petals, 41 Main Street, Blairstown dispenses health tips, as well as expert flower arrangements and unique fiber goods. Photo by J. Major, Nov. 2022

Local Farm Stands Spruced Up for Holidays

You don’t have to leave Warren County to shop for your holiday celebration. Some local farm stands are open year-round with gifts for the season.

Frozen Ready-to-Eat Crispy Chicken w/ Almonds Entree Recalled

WASHINGTON, Dec. 15, 2022 – Mountain View Packaging, LLC, a Boise, Idaho establishment, is recalling approximately 6,013 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat Crispy Chicken with Almonds...

Library ZOOM Lecture had Tips from the ‘Thirsty Radish’ to Create a Very Berry Holiday

The Warren County Library recently had a ZOOM lecture entitled “Cooking with Berries through the Holiday Season” with Vanessa Young of the Thirsty Radish....

Farmers Offering Winter Shopping Opportunities

The last day of the Blairstown Farmers’ Market took place November 19th and represented a chance, as usual, to meet friends and share comraderies.

2022 Longmeadow Farm Harvest Fest, Oct. 9th – Attendees Came from Far & Wide

Longmeadow Farm’s 9th Harvest Fest was delayed due to rain, but beautiful, sunny skies on Sunday, October 9, brought hundreds to the Farm off Route 521. Perhaps because of their proximity to Route 80 and/or because of some savvy and wide-ranging marketing, many attendees came out from urban areas to enjoy an idyllic day on a country farm.

Blairstown Mulls Over Rising NJ Health Insurance Premiums 

The NJ State Health Benefits Commission approved new healthcare premiums for government workers raising rates by 21% for individual healthcare plans and 23% for local government health benefits...  

Recall for Possible Foreign Matter in Pork Product

AdvancePierre Foods Inc., an Enid, Okla. establishment, is recalling approximately 4,137 pounds of pork loin steak fritter product that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically hard pieces of plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.
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