What you need to know about the new organic restaurant in New York
An organic restaurant opened this week in New Yorkers borough of Queens, but not all of the food is organic.
It’s all natural, and the ingredients are all made in the US.
The restaurant is called Earthward Natural Foods.
The restaurant is part of the Natural Foods Summit at The Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The conference is one of several in New Orleans to explore new food and beverage trends.
It is part for people to get up close and personal with food.
“We want to be open to the idea that we are not doing this just to sell organic, organic products,” said the owner of the restaurant, David Cipriani.
“We’re doing it to serve people.”
Ciprianei said that when people talk about the “organic food revolution” in the United States, they usually think of “organic” food.
That’s not what the food movement is about, he said.
“What we are really about is serving up delicious food that’s produced and processed in the USA, where we are the largest producer of food in the world.”
The restaurant will serve food made in America, but there are other natural foods to choose from.
The menu includes organic coffee, organic olive oil, organic beef and lamb, organic spinach and tomatoes, organic grapes, organic apples and organic peaches.
“These are all local foods that are grown here in New Jersey,” Cipliani said.
In New York City, organic restaurants are the norm.
The city’s organic food laws are stricter than most cities.
The new organic eatery at The Queens Academy of Arts and Design is part from a citywide initiative that aims to create an “organic space” for the community.
“I think it’s important that we bring this together, because this is a big change,” said Rachel Stahl, an organizer of the organic food summit.
“It’s a change that is coming from a place of hope, where people are saying ‘we want to see more people doing this.'”