The Rising Tide Natural Market Blog

LOCAL FLAVOR: Bread Alone

If you've tried Bread Alone's whole wheat sourdough bread (or any of their other breads we carry, for that matter!), you know they're doing something exceptional at this Upstate NY bread company. Made using old-fashioned methods, their breads contain little more...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: Harbor Day Care Playground

Our neighbor across the street (soon to be our adjacent neighbor when the exciting new location of Rising Tide is opened), Harbor Child Care serves children ages 12 weeks-12 years in a nurturing, safe, stimulating environment. Every child in their early childhood and...

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RECIPES: Not-So-Scary DIY Halloween Treats

You want to give your children Halloween treats they'll love, but without all the ghoulish stuff—GMOs, artificial flavors and colors, high fructose corn syrup—you avoid all other times of year. While healthier packaged treats are more readily available than ever (come...

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WELLNESS TOP 3: Pre-Winter Immunity Boost

It's that time again. October is the official onset of cold and flu season, with all the runny noses, coughs, fevers and sick days the name implies. Don't stress (stress lowers immunity, and you know where THAT will get you!)....we've got 3 essential items for your...

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FITTING IN FERMENTS: Anytime is Right for a Fermentation Fix

September is 'Fermentation Month at Rising Tide Market! Are you wondering how to fit more ferments into your daily routine? If you’re not thinking “fermented” at meal and snack time, you could be missing out on the many health benefits of fermentation. Try these tasty...

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SEPTEMBER IS FERMENTATION MONTH!

DIY PROBIOTIC-RICH FERMENTED FOODS AT HOME  Nourish your gut—naturally. Brimming with probiotics, tangy lacto-fermented veggies are a delicious way to maintain a balanced microbiome and healthy digestive system. Plus, they’re surprisingly easy to make at home. Follow...

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FEATURED PRODUCT: Vital Proteins Collagen

Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies, found in muscles, bones, skin, blood vessels, our digestive system and tendons. As we age, collagen production in our body declines (think: wrinkles, joint pains and other pesky byproducts of getting older). Taking...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: Nikki’s Naturals

Dry skin sufferers, allow us to introduce you to Nikki’s Naturals. Jayson and Nicola (Nikki) McLeod have created a line of 100% natural hair and skin products—made right here on Long Island—using only the finest organic, unrefined Ghanaian Shea Butter. If clean and...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: Finley Middle School Food Pantry

Located across the street from Rising Tide, the food pantry at Finley Middle School provides fresh and shelf-stable food items to residents of Glen Cove every Friday from 3-5 p.m. Staffed and maintained by student and teacher volunteers since its inception in 2016,...

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JEN’S TOP 3: End of Summer Detox

Maybe you overdid it a little this summer...we can relate! BBQs, ice cream, alcohol...no one can blame you (us!) for enjoying all the best things the season has to offer. Now it's time for a fresh start. Jen, our resident Wellness guru, kickstarted a summer detox on...

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RECIPES: Fermentation Inspiration

Fermented foods—resurging in popularity because of their ability to improve digestive health, boost immunity and fight inflammation—contain beneficial bacteria created through a process called lacto-fermentation. You can make your own fermented foods at home in a few...

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Clip Box Tops for Local Schools

It's still summer, but we've got Back to School on the brain! We're specifically thinking about our own local schools, and how we can help them be all they can be for the children of our community. Enter Box Tops. Since 1996, Box Tops—featured on some of your favorite...

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FEATURED PRODUCT: Deebee’s Organics Superfruit Freezies

Make the last days of summer count! Hit the pool, barbecue wth friends and family, catch fireflies...and treat kids to colorful icy creations that light up their late-season smiles. Forget about the freezer pops of your youth, with their long list of artificial...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: Down to Earth Teas

Down To Earth herbal teas went to market just three months ago, but the seeds of the business were planted lifetimes ago. Growing up, Irina Patarkatsi—mother of Jonathan and Laurena Patarkatsi—refused to buy the sugar- and preservative-laden bottled beverages sold in...

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RECIPES: Late-Summer Stone Fruits

Yes, the season is winding down, but summer still has some juicy secrets up her sleeve. Stone fruits—namely plums, pluots and apricots—will be abundant in August. Ripe and luscious, in a salad or in a pastry, let these sweet-and-sour gems top off a sultry summer....

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JEN’S TOP 3: Summer Skin Care

Whatever you’re out there doing, we hope you’re doing a lot of it and having a ball! Our Wellness guru, Jen, has some super skincare tips to help protect your outer layer all summer long. Choose your sunscreen wisely. Jen loves the super clean MyChelle Sun Shield...

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Grateful Card 2.0 Coming Soon…Now with Customer Rewards!

We're beyond excited to announce that the Rising Tide Grateful Card is entering its second phase with much greater functionality and customized rewards for our amazing customers (for whom we are so very grateful!). NEW Grateful Card Features Starting Aug. 1: GRATEFUL...

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RECIPES: Summer S’mores

The first written mention of s’mores dates back to a Girl Scout wilderness handbook in 1927. That means we’ve been enjoying these delicious chocolatey-graham crackery- marshmallowy treats for more than 90 years and if you’ve ever had one…you know why. These nighttime...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: Cove Animal Rescue

We're so excited to have made Cove Animal Rescue our Charity of the Month for a second time! The first time—last summer—was also our first occasion to visit the shelter to see firsthand all the great work being done there. One look at their cat wing (all those...

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FEATURED PRODUCT: Scream for Ice Cream!

Those of you who are true connoisseurs already know that July is National Ice Cream Month (yay!), and July 15 is National Ice Cream Day (double yay!). We have President Reagan to thank for this most creamy of holidays, as it was during his tenure that Congress passed...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: Maple Hill

We've been loving on this line of 100% grass-fed, organic dairy products for a few years now. It's not just the taste of their milks and yogurts (which is exceptional) that drew us in, but also the philosophy (use the best possible farming practices and you'll benefit...

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Jen’s Top 3: Men Get Healthy!

June is Men's Health Month — time for men you know and love to assess their health routines and see where positive changes can be made. Where to start? Choose supplements specifically geared toward health issues that only men will face. Our resident Wellness Guru,...

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RECIPES: Grill Healthy!

Summer's here, and outside is the best place to cook (flipping burgs with a cocktail by your side is surely one of life's great joys). Grilling can be a delicious, healthy way to prepare all kinds of foods; you get loads of flavor in a short period of time (without...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: The Hamptons Honey Company

Honey in its raw, unadulterated state is a healthy sweetener revered for centuries for its amazing antibacterial properties, abundance of trace minerals (iron, zinc, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium and more), immune-boosting and digestive properties and other health...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: Orkestai Farm

Local Farm Welcomes Volunteers of All Abilities Alethea Vasilis graduated from college, then took her backgrounds in dance and cultural anthropology and embarked on a life-changing adventure to Northern Mali. Here she saw firsthand two agricultural communities coming...

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Go Grass-Fed for National Dairy Month

For National Dairy Month, we'd like to talk a bit about some of our favorite milk and milk products: those that come from 100% grass-fed cows. The reasons for our passionate support of these products are two-fold. First, there's nutrition. One study showed that...

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Jen’s Top 3: Reducing Test Stress

This month and next, middle- and high-schoolers could be faced with higher-stakes exams that can lead to increased anxiety. Stress can hit while studying, or when sitting for the actual exams. Before test tension hits hair-pulling levels, try some natural de-stressors...

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Celebrate World Fair Trade Day On May 12

On May 12, join us in celebrating World Fair Trade Day and the movement of small-scale farmers and artisans around the world. Consumers and mission-driven brands are a key part of this movement; to shop these brands is to invest in food and farming systems that feed...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: Steiner’s Coffee Cake of New York

We’re so excited to bring you this fun profile of one of our favorite local vendors: Steiner’s Coffee Cake of New York. Since 2016, Steiner’s has been delighting Long Islanders and others with its homegrown recipe for sensational gluten-free coffee cake and delectable...

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FEATURED PRODUCT: Rising Tide Makes Its Own Organic Hummus

Now when you order hummus at the Rising Tide Deli, you'll enjoy the special recipe concocted by our very own Chef John. This fresh, creamy dip is notable as much for what Chef leaves OUT of it as what he puts in. (Hint: there's NO cumin...for many of our customers,...

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RECIPES: Vegan-ize Your Memorial Day BBQ

Whether you're a vegan yourself, are friends with one, or, like a lot of us, trying to eat more plant-based foods to support your health and the health of the planet, this may be the year to re-think the traditional Memorial Day BBQ. Let's be clear— this is not about...

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FEATURED PRODUCT: High Mowing Seeds

We're thrilled to introduce you to High Mowing Organic Seeds, our valued source for organic seeds since 2015. What began with just 28 varieties in1996 in founder Tom Stearns’ backyard has since grown exponentially—a one-man operation now a thriving business making...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: Marion Gardens

With gardening season fast approaching, we're excited to bring in our amazing selection of organic plants from Marion Gardens, located right here on Long Island's North Fork. We spoke to Chris Gaipa, who, along with his father Walter, is responsible for the day-to-day...

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RECIPES: Spring Veggies Are Here

There are lots of reasons to anxiously await the coming of spring. For us there's no better reason than the bounty of gorgeous fruits and veggies Mother Nature bestows on us at this time of year. Delicate ramps, tender and vibrant asparagus, seemingly impenetrable...

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EARTH DAY INITIATIVES: Rising Tide Joins Climate Collaborative

Last Earth Day we made big news when we launched our BYOB—Bring Your Own Bag—initiative, wherein we began to charge customers $.10 for every paper bag we used, and donate those monies to a different local charity each month. The goal? To cut our use of paper bags in...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: Community Solidarity

We are pleased to introduce you to our March Charity of the Month: Community Solidarity. Community Solidarity is America’s largest all-vegetarian hunger relief food program.  Each week, Community Solidarity assists thousands of families by sharing free nutritious...

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FEATURED PRODUCT: Essential Baking Company

 We’ve had great breads in the store before, but that doesn't stem the excitement we feel at bringing our customers hand-crafted artisanal breads and scones—baked fresh daily—from Essential Baking Company. All Essential Baking Co. breads are made using traditional...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: MUD Coconut Mousse

In 2013, Miriam Wietniewska and Sam Friedman fell in love. But they were often at odds over dessert. Sam loved sugary desserts like cookies, cakes and ice cream. Miriam would look at the ingredients and cringe – sugar, high fructose corn syrup, polysorbate 80,...

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RECIPES: What to Make in Your Instant Pot

You have a slow cooker; do you really need an Instant Pot? The answer is...maybe. Depending on how you  plan to use it, and for what. We are Instant Pot newbies, but have already had great success with a few dishes. What Instant Pots do REALLY well: Make legumes: They...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: City of Glen Cove Youth Bureau

We are pleased to introduce you to our March Charity of the Month: Glen Cove Youth Bureau. Since 1981, the Bureau has been dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming environment to allow all youth, all families, and the entire community to achieve its potential. Each...

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Tilling the Earth

Organic farming is the solution to nutrient-rich soil For over 10,000 years, humans have depended on soil. Today, soil depends on us. Due to agricultural processes like higher volume tillage and the use of pesticides and fertilizers, the health of our soil is...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: Healing Headbands

We are pleased to introduce you to our February Charity of the Month: Healing Headbands. Harnessing the healing power of art and laughter, Glen cove-based Healing Headbands works with people with serious illnesses (children and adults) to create joy. Run by World...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: Kalypso Yogurt

If the cute terracotta pots in the Rising Tide dairy section have caught your eye, you are not alone! These little pots belong to local yogurt manufacturer Kalypso Yogurt. Armed with a Mediterranean heritage, a desire to spread a planet-friendly consciousness and a...

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FEATURED PRODUCT: Aromatherapy Diffusers

**Make GREAT Valentine's Day Gifts!** Diffusing fragrant, high-quality oils makes any room smell amazing. Essential oil devotees may also diffuse their favorite oil or combo of oils with the hopes of alleviating stress or anxiety, depression and insomnia. Using an...

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RECIPES: Valentine’s Day Desserts…No Refined Sugar!

If you've been trying to cut down on added sugars (yet you have a serious sweet tooth, like us!), you might wonder how you'll get through Valentine's Day. There are chocolates, and restaurant desserts, and the artificially colored-and-flavored-and high fructose corn...

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Not So Sweet: The Truth About Sugar and Heart Disease

For years, the news on heart disease was all about saturated fat. Now, thanks in part to a 2014 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), the focus has shifted off fat and onto another culprit: sugar. (As a side note, a recent...

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Jen’s Top 3: Heart Health

February is Heart Month! Maintaining a heart-healthy lifestyle is paramount when it comes to preventing heart disease. There is also a handful of well-studied supplements that may decrease your risk even further. We probed the natural medicine-loving mind of our...

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Unpacking a Year of Giving

As we dive into a new year, we'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who made it possible for Rising Tide to donate more than $7,000 to local charities in 2017. --The launch of our Bring Your Own Bag (BYOB)/Charity of the Month program was an unmitigated...

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Sip Soup for Weight Loss

January is National Soup Month! When it's cold outside, we tend to gravitate toward warm, comforting foods like pasta, stews, and the star of the show this month: soup! Low-calorie, high-fiber soups—especially those packed with vegetables and/or beans—are super...

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FEATURED PRODUCT: Garden of Life Bars & Powders

The new year is a great time to reassess different aspects of our lives, including our fitness and nutrition regimen. What's serving us? What could be tweaked to help us meet our workout and weight-loss goals? All-important protein—a metabolism booster and muscle...

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Healthier Snacking for the Big Game

You're working hard to right the diet wrongs of 2017...why throw it all away with a game day menu packed with less-than ingredients that would never make the cut any other day? Here are a bunch of healthier, but equally delicious, options to share with friends and...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: All Our Energy

We are pleased to introduce you to our January Charity of the Month: All Our Energy. All Our Energy advocates, educates, involves and empowers the public to support renewable energy and act on environmental issues. Their core missions: renewable energy advocacy and...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: Strong Island Styles  

In the past, we have devoted this space to a local food vendor, but this month we decided to broaden our definition of Local Flavor to include successful local businesses that help make our 'hood such a great place to run ours. First on our list was our neighbor...

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Come Celebrate with Us on Jan. 1…Everything is 20% Off!*

We're kicking 2018 off the way we do each year, with our annual New Year's Day party! Enjoy yourself on New Year's Eve, then come in and soak up the healthy New Year's vibes with family and friends at Rising Tide Market. We can't THINK of a better way to ring in the...

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Jen’s Top 3: Ward Off Cold and Flu

As the cold weather creeps in, retreating inside is inevitable. Also inevitable: more time spent in indoor air makes us more susceptible to whatever bugs might be lurking. This year, take proactive steps to keep all miserable critters at bay. RT’s resident wellness...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: RT Speaks with The Piggery

With such a carefully curated meat department, we need to be super selective about which vendors we bring in to the store, and which products we feel will best serve our customers. The Piggery, based just a few hours north in Ithaca, NY, meets every single one of our...

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RECIPES: Safe Food Dye Makes Holidays Bright

For many bakers, food coloring plays an important role in making holidays prettier, more festive and a lot more fun. If you hesitate to use commercial food coloring filled with artificial food dyes, you're in good company; consumer watchdog CSPI says artificial food...

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Eco-Friendly Holidays: Tips for ‘Greening’ the Season

The holiday season is a magical time of the year—but can also be a wasteful one. The time period from Thanksgiving-New Year’s has a huge environmental impact in terms of water use, greenhouse gases and land disturbance caused by the production of some of our favorite...

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Jen’s Top 3: Sleep Aides

Plans, parties, shopping, cooking (not to mention the occasional night of overeating/drinking, later bedtimes, etc.)—this time of year everyone is go, go, go. Sometimes this perpetual activity can lead to trouble sleeping when you finally stop at the end of the day....

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LOCAL FLAVOR: RT Chats with Ithaca Hummus

Our new hummus obsession is the freshest, most homemade-tasting we've found. Ithaca Hummus will stand up to all your chips, crackers, and veggies, and makes an AMAZING sandwich spread or salad topper. We sat down with Ithaca Cold-Crafted founder and president Chris...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: North Shore Sheltering Program

We are pleased to introduce you to our November Charity of the Month: North Shore Sheltering Program. Twenty-two years ago, two homeless men—in separate incidents—froze to death in Glen Cove. It was this double tragedy that brought religious and community...

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Give Thanks: Why Gratitude is Good for You

 "Gratitude is the wine of the soul. Go on. Get drunk!" — Rumi It's easy to focus on all the things you want to own, create, or experience, but research shows that appreciating what you already have may be the key to living a healthier, happier life. As we gather with...

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NEW: RT Broth Bar

Bone broth has been touted far and wide for its many health benefits. Better hair and nails? Check. Increased immunity? Check. Reduced joint pain/inflammation? Check. Improved digestion and a healthier gut? Check, check. Now the healing power of bone broth can be...

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RECIPES: How to Make an Amazing Vegan Thanksgiving

Vegans often get the short end of the Thanksgiving stick. Their hosts may forget that chicken stock and eggs aren’t vegan, and they're almost always left without dessert, save some fruit. This year, if we have our say, no vegan will be left behind! Follow a few simple...

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Jen’s Top 3: Acne Remedies

Breakouts are a part of life! In Jen’s Top 3 for October, the Rising Tide Wellness guru dishes on her go-to skin solutions for teens and adults. Mother Dirt: Just brought these amazing new products in and have already had incredible feedback from staff and customers....

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LOCAL FLAVOR: Rising Tide Talks with Heritage Bakers

Sea Cliff resident David Shalam left a career in consumer electronics to pursue a dream…and Glen Cove is the luckier for it. Armed with six months of intensive bread and pastry training from NYC’s International Culinary Institute (formerly the French Culinary...

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RECIPES: Lovin’ the Pumpkin

You pick your own, you carve it, you clean out the goo and roast the yummy seeds. But what else can your pumpkin do? Turns out pumpkin is one of the healthier things you'll eat this fall. Packed with antioxidants, Vitamins A and C, fiber, and omega-3s, pumpkin is much...

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Jen’s Top 3: Immunity Boosters

Welcome to the first edition of our new website series: Jen's Top 3. We'll check in once a month with Jen, Rising Tide's resident Wellness guru, to find out what you need to be taking or doing RIGHT NOW to heal any aspect of your health.  Hard to believe it when you...

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Non-GMO Month: Intro to Biodynamic Agriculture

October is Non-GMO month...what better time to talk about Biodynamic Farming—what it is and how it affects the food you eat? Here are the Top 5 things you need to know about biodynamic farming and its potential impact on all our lives: (Note: all photos for this story...

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Go Organic: New Transitional Certification

The U.S. Organic Industry is growing, growing, growing—organic food now accounts for 5.3% of all food sales in the U.S. We don't need to tell you...across all organic food categories, shoppers are placing high value on freshness and convenience. Says Laura Batcha,...

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Back to School, Back to Lice (Ugh!)

Lots to think about as the kids head back to school...but is head lice one of them? Unfortunately, yes. An estimated 6 to 12 million infestations occur each year in the U.S. among children 3 to 11 years of age. Don't worry...we've got everything you need to prevent...

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EO for Skin, Body and Hair

We're thrilled to bring you the entire EO line of hair and skin care products. What started in Brad Black and Susan Griffin-Black's garage back in 1995 has grown into a full array of products covering everything from bath, body and hands, to face, hair and baby, and...

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Local Flavor: Rising Tide Talks With Gritty Buddha

Imagine our delight when our new neighbor moved in and it was...a yoga studio?! We can't think of a better fit. Since Gritty Buddha opened for business in November 2016, we have been blessed to have a partner with a likeminded pursuit of happy customers and healthy...

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Meteor Showers (and Hot Coffee!)

Years ago, Ashley P.’s mom dragged her to the beach in the middle of the winter to view a meteor shower. They brewed their coffee, bundled up, and headed out to take in a not-to-be-missed natural phenomenon. (The shooting stars made it remarkable; the coffee,...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: Coalition to Save Hempstead Harbor

We are so excited to announce our August Charity of the Month: the Coalition to Save Hempstead Harbor! Since 1986, the Coalition to Save Hempstead Harbor (CSHH), a volunteer, nonprofit organization, has been dedicated to identifying and eliminating environmental...

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STAFF CHALLENGE: Feeling’ Good with ACV

Inspired by a customer who, along with her husband, collectively lost more than 20 pounds drinking Apple Cider Vinegar, several of us on staff have joined the ACV craze. We dove into the research around ACV and found the key to the vinegar's success as weight loss...

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NEW: Rising Tide Branded Supplements

We're so proud to introduce our line of Rising Tide branded supplements. Made with only clean ingredients, and meeting the highest standards in the industry, these supplements—some 120 to date—represent 41 years of Rising Tide's commitment to providing the best...

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LOCAL FLAVOR: Rising Tide Talks with Pleasant Petites

Amityville-based Pleasant Petites is one of Rising Tide's all-time favorite local vendors. If you haven't tried them yet, be sure to pick up a Peanut Butter Goji-Berry Brownie, Ultimate Cocoa Krunch, Lovely Lemon Bar or Nicest Nola Bar in the grab-and-go case by the...

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Only the Best Will Do For National Ice Cream Month

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day (this year, it will be celebrated on Sunday, July 16). He was clearly on to something; according to the International Dairy Foods...

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Plant-Based Grilling for the Fourth

For omnivores, a traditional July 4th BBQ means burgers, hot dogs, and other meaty treats. Think out of the (butcher's) box this summer, and you'll be healthier for it. You might have heard: grilling meat at high temps can cause nasty, carcinogenic heterocyclic amines...

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How to Avoid Ticks This Summer

A mild, rainy winter has led to an extra tick-y season here in Long Island and other places around the country. Unfortunately, ticks bring with them the possibility of contracting conditions such as Lyme Disease (which can be treated if caught early) and Powassan...

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CHARITY OF THE MONTH: Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club

We are so excited to announce our May Charity of the Month: The Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club! The Club serves more than 600 youth (ages 6 -18) in the Glen Cove community with after-school programs in education, sports, recreation, dance, technology and art—all designed...

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Beat the Heat with Amazing Prices on Cases of Water

Now you need look no further than your favorite natural foods store for great prices on cases of premium bottled water. Stock up this summer when it's HOT and HUMID out there, and the need for really good hydration is a must. While all fluids count toward your total...

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RECIPES: How to Make the Perfect Summer Picnic

Whether it's at the beach or a park or your own backyard, there's nothing better than dining outdoors. Here are some of the best places to lay your blanket on Long Island, along with some excellent tips for staging a terrific event. DO's and DON'Ts for the Perfect...

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BYOB Program is Big Success

We are thrilled to report that the first month of our Bring Your Own Bag (BYOB) program was a whopping success. We saved hundreds of paper bags and are set to donate over $600 to our first-ever Charity of the Month: the North Shore INN.  And it is all because of YOU!...

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Hemp History Week, June 5-11

Hemp has long been a darling of the environmentally conscious consumer. What many people DON'T know is that hemp contains no significant amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and as such, it's impossible to get high from it. Despite this reality (and hemp's many...

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It’s Time to Visit Your Local Farmer’s Market

If you're already a Farmer's Market devotee (like we are!), then you know that markets are a great place to get the freshest local produce, dairy, breads and other artisanal items (and the perfect spot to spend a few quiet hours on a summer Saturday). Supporting small...

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Self Care for the Women You Love

Kicking off on Mother's Day (May 14), the 18th annual Women's Health Week is led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women's Health. The goal? To empower women to make their health a priority, and to encourage women to take steps to engage in...

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