A Worker-Owned Cooperative Bottles Sustainability, Community and Love

August 24, 2015

KQED — As I entered the long narrow refrigerator at Three Stone Hearth, I scanned walls of shelves, lined with innumerable jars containing various broths, stews and spreads. As a devoted fan of glass jars (I even have one tattooed on my arm), I was looking forward to learning more about Three Stone Hearth’s commitment to local, organic, nutrient-dense, sustainably-sourced and packaged foodstuffs. The Berkeley-based business has developed a unique model for community-scale food preparation and processing that provides a weekly menu of readymade food items for pickup or delivery.

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