Press Release, 5/20/2013

Kids Eating Healthier School Lunches in Kapolei... read here

PacificEdge Magazine, March 2013

EdgeLines by Charlotte Woolard

Salad Envy Delivers locally-sourced salads to your office...     read more

Press Release, 2/28/2013

Local Startup Makes it Easy to Eat Like a Mediterranean...    read here

Honolulu Magazine, 1/25/13

Biting Commentary by Martha Cheng

Salad Envy: salads delivered to your office... read more

InsideOut Hawaii, 1/3/13

Green with Envy by Simplicio Paragas

Nutritionist, chef deliver salads to the delight of downtown Honolulu... read more

Honolulu Weekly, 8/19/12

Easy Greens by Wanda A. Adams

Salads go from boring to exotic for Salad Envy co-founder Deanna Moncrief.. read more

Hawaii Business Magazine, August 2012

Salad Envy Offers Healthy Options at Lunchtime by Dennis Hollier

Company delivers healthy meals to Honolulu workplaces. Read the article here...

Food News in the Honolulu Weekly, 7/12/12

Door-to-door salads. A new company, Salad Envy, is offering fresh-made salad lunches delivered in downtown Honolulu on a subscription basis up to three times a week... read more

The Dirty Dozen, 7/5/12

This year's Dirty Dozenissued by the Environmental Working Group has added a 'Plus' category to highlight two crops -- green beans and leafy greens (kale and collard greens) that did not meet traditional criteria but were commonly contaminated with highly neuro-toxic organophosphate insecticides.

While it's better to eat conventionally-grown fruits and vegetables than none at all, here's a list of produce commonly contaminated with pesticides in amounts shown to be detrimental to health.

  1. Apples
  2. Celery
  3. Sweet bell peppers
  4. Peaches
  5. Strawberries
  6. Nectarines (imported)
  7. Grapes
  8. Spinach
  9. Lettuce
  10. Cucumbers
  11. Blueberries
  12. Potatoes

For a downloadable list as well as a list of fifteen fruits and vegetables that are low in pesticide residues - the Clean 15 -  click here

Interview by Being808, 5/7/12

Being808's Fernando Pacheco interviewed Salad Envy owners Deanna Moncrief and Christian Schneider. See it here on YouTube