Organic Restaurants

Organic restaurants serve foods that have been produced organically, or without the use of pesticides. This is considered green because pesticides are chemically harmful to the environment and organically grown foods do not create those negative effects. In additon to serving food, organic restaurants often also serve organic beverages, such as beer, wine, juice, coffee and tea. (Photo: Flickr)

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