Healthy Living is your springboard to better health! Our aisles offer a cornucopia of whole, natural and delicious foods, with a plethora of organic and local selections. From beans to baking soda, soup to spices, and pasta to peanut butter, we offer healthy and tasty foods to meet every customer’s needs. We have the largest selection of gluten-free items in the state of Vermont! Our bulk section is chock full of grains, beans, rice, nuts, trail mixes, granolas, a huge collection of spices and the best baking ingredients you can find — buy as much or as little as you need! Looking for a product you can’t find? Let us know and we can special order it for you. Who knows, it may just find a permanent home on our shelves. We believe the products you want are the products we should carry. Since day one, customer feedback has been our guiding light!
Healthy Living and Eric’s Eggs!
By Nicole • Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
Crisp summer lettuce, hearty butternut squash, spicy radishes, festive basil, and farm fresh eggs are just a few of the products Rockville Market Farm offers! Located in the beautiful hills of Starksboro, Vermont, this family farm encompasses 108 acres of preserved land.
Healthy Living and Rockville Market Farm are working together to bring you the freshest local eggs, Eric’s Eggs, named after the farm’s owner. The hens at the Rockville Farm Market lead the good life and live outdoors with unlimited access to pasture for most of the year. In the colder months, they pass their days laying eggs, scratching and fertilizing the greenhouse. The farm raises 3000 laying hens that live in mobile chicken coops on pasture. The eggs are sold fresh and ungraded.
Similar to our beliefs here at Healthy Living, Eric says, “We are transparent. We want people to be connected to their food. To eat seasonally, and know the growers by their first name.”
You can find Eric’s Eggs in our coolers and other delicious products from Rockville Market Farm throughout our store!
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