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New on the Farm Apr 2014

By: Steve Frailey Wednesday April 2, 2014 comments Tags: noni trade shows, gmo, organic farming

Noni, raw food, and organic. What do they mean for you?

Aloha,
I thought I would take this opportunity to tell you a little bit more about us. We get many phone calls and emails asking “Who are you guys – please tell me more about your Farm and manufacturing operation.” On our Organic Noni Farm & Wellness Tour, folks on the tour have the first hand opportunity to see and hear exactly who we are, our relationship with Noni and our philosophy of organic farming that all contributes to the making our organic Noni products.
 
Sunrise Organic Farm and Hawaiian Organic Noni are a family owned/operated 37 acre certified organic farm with a certified organic Kitchen processing facility. We grow our own Noni, pick the fruit, process, package, and distribute. We do not private label or offer our products through multi-level marketing. We have total control over every aspect of growing our organic trees, processing our fruit and offering our products directly to you through our website, practitioners or stores.
 
My wife and I moved to Kauai, Hawaii in 1982 from our organic farm in California. There were no roads, electricity, water or buildings but lots of Noni trees in our valley. Over the years, we built our house, processing facility, roads, drilled water wells and developed electrical systems through wind and solar. We also developed a deep relationship with Noni that was growing all through our valley. Talking with older Polynesians and Hawaiians, we began to understand the true traditional use of this magnificent healing fruit. They ate the fruit raw everyday as a natural preventative to maintain perfect health. Many of you are familiar with Noni juice, but we learned to never juice the fruit because the potency is in the pulp. In Hawaii, I challenge people to go to Bishop Museum in Honolulu. For centuries, Noni was eaten raw and not juiced because , you won’t find a glass jar 150 years ago.

In Honor of Earth Day: Go Organic - Here's Why


The USDA conducted research on various fruits and vegetables for pesticide residues and here is what they found:

Berries - 52 different pesticides on blueberries and 54 different pesticides residues on strawberries. Many of these are neurotoxins and listed as "probable human carcinogens".
 
Leafy Greens - detected 55 different pesticide residues on kale and 48 on fresh spinach.

Potatoes - 37 pesticide residues on conventional potatoes

Apples and Apple Juice - nearly 30 % of conventional apples were contaminated with a neurotoxic pesticide
This and more may be found in The Cultivator published by the Cornucopia Institute.

Nani Noni Update
Here is a new photo of Nani Noni from our name that tree contest. She is growing and growing and already is producing new fruit!!

Calender:
Trade shows in Honolulu:
May 2,3,4, Carolines Spring Craft & Food Fair Neal Blaisdell Exhibition Hall Booth 17
May 10 & 11 Hawaii Pet Expo 2014 Neil Blaisdell Exhibition Hall

Farm Tour
As you know, we began offering our Organic Noni Farm & Wellness Tour of our 37 acre certified organic Noni farm several months ago. The tours are by reservation only on M,W,F at 10 am. If you are ever on Kauai, please call to arrange a tour. If you click on the link to Trip Advisor, you will see what folks have been saying about their experience on our farm. 

Well, have a happy Earth Day and remember to spend some time every day growing healthier plants.
-Steve

Steve Frailey

About the Author: Steve Frailey

My wife and I (Steve Frailey) moved to Kauai, Hawaii in 1982 from our organic farm in California. There were no roads, electricity, water or buildings but lots of Noni trees (Morinda Citrifolia) in our valley. We also developed a deep relationship with Noni that was growing all through our valley.  Today we run our Hawaiian Organic Noni farm, and share the gift of health with people throughout the world.



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