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Category Archives: MOM’s Organic Market
One of the more memorable movies of my childhood was Sounder. Sounder was a dog who belonged to a poverty-stricken southern family. A particularly heart-wrenching scene in that movie is when the father is taken to prison for stealing food … Continue reading
One of the companies I admire most is Costco. They’re not very environmental, unfortunately, but they are extremely dedicated to their employees. Back in 2008 when the economy was in a downward spiral, Founder and CEO Jim Sinegal said that … Continue reading
I see headlines like this all the time, carrying news that another independently owned and operated organic company has either sold to a private equity (PE) investment group (think Bain Capital) or to a large corporation like Campbell Soup (in … Continue reading
We recently launched an internal anti-smoking initiative. Our goal is not to lobby MOM’s employees to quit smoking, but to ensure that non-smoking employees are treated fairly. For years, my office was either at the produce prep sink and/or in … Continue reading
I love my job for many reasons. One of the main reasons is that I am constantly bombarded with information, data, and opinions from customers and employees. This puts me in the fortunate position to learn. As many of us … Continue reading