While Bermuda does not have a legal standard or certifying body for organic produce, the local farmers we work with stand by firm principles and stake their reputations on their professional integrity. They do not use chemical pesticides, herbicides, GMO, artificial additives or plant growth hormones. They keep their promises.
At Village Pantry, we serve only grass-fed beef and certified humane chicken which are hormone and antibiotic free. Whenever available we use locally-grown vegetables and local fish in proud support of the Bermuda farming & fishing community. These relationships are built on trust and a mutual commitment to sustainable, natural products and practices.
Village Pantry is committed to supporting ecological, community and humanitarian initiatives both locally and around the world.
Eliza DoLittle Society Daily Bread Programme
Many families and individuals in Bermuda struggle to make ends meet, which can sometimes mean they are unable to afford basics including food. As the top contributor, Take Five Ltd. regularly donates food to the Daily Bread Programme, where volunteers ensure it reaches those in our society who need it most. We don’t want to see anyone going hungry in Bermuda and hope our support of this food aid program will help those who have fallen on hard times to focus their energy on improving their situation for the future.
Is a Bermuda registered charity (#922) formed to create greater awareness of the devastation that child sexual abuse can cause in the life of an innocent child, their affected family and a community. Through donated monthly breakfast during their Training Program ‘Darkness to Light Stewards of Children’ we show our commitment to individuals and organizations entrusted with children to Prevent, Recognize, and React Responsibly to child sexual abuse.
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If you have visited Devil’s Isle or other coffee shops, you will see some options that you can have between roasting profiles and several countries to choose, to be more specific we can know the region and the name of the farm. Adding to this we can also find on the bag a small description of the taste (cupping profile) that we can perceive when we drink a cup of coffee. But how does all…
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