facebook page and instagram. Here’re some posts from our beloved customers! Appreciate their support! And of course those that have given us verbal comments and advice. Thank you very much! P.S. We are hiring! If you or know any one who is looking for part-time/summer job, enjoy working with people, please let us know – email@example.comIt’s been almost half year since we changed our name back to Alice & Friends’. Your feedback really matters! We would like to hear from you to see how we can make our food, our menu, the atmosphere, the table, the lighting, everything that makes your experience with us better. Please tell us what’s working and what’s not. You can send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about the new Alice & Friends’ on our
For our beloved customers, we’d like to help you celebrate the women we love this Mother’s Day. Join us at Alice & Friends to celebrate with your mom and receive 10% off on Sunday, May 8th.Mun P.S. In honor of this occasion, may we suggest sponsoring a tree planting to show both your mother and Mother Earth just how much you care? We have sent this special gift to Mother Earth. How do you honor Mother Earth?
coral reefs have been destroyed, and entire species are dying out from lack of land and food. Friday, April 22 marks the 46th anniversary of Earth Day. Alice and Friends will celebrate green living, sustainability and socially-conscious eating by presenting a little something to loyal customers. Bring in your reusable containers for your takeout orders or restaurant leftovers and receive a free cupcake! – Not Just on Earth Day – Everyday! Alice and Friends is proud to support Earth Day. Let’s continue to celebrate our planet through everyday small and big gestures for a brighter and greener future. One of our lovely customers showed us a good example! We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. – Native American ProverbHow do you celebrate this special day for our planet? Google has all these beautiful art works on their search engine page today. It’s a great reminder to let us know what have been going on to our planet, as well as how beautiful our planet is. Thank you #Google! This winter, our globe hit an alarming new record: February 2016 ranked as the most unusually warm month ever measured. The damage we have done to our planet feels irreversible some days. Weather has become more violent, less predictable,
PETA): “Bone char, which is used to process sugar, is made from the bones of cattle from Afghanistan, Argentina, India, and Pakistan. The bones are sold to traders in Scotland, Egypt, and Brazil who then sell them back to the U.S. sugar industry. The European Union and the USDA heavily regulate the use of bone char. Only countries that are deemed BSE-free can sell the bones of their cattle for this process. Bone char—often referred to as natural carbon—is widely used by the sugar industry as a decolorizing filter, which allows the sugar cane to achieve its desirable white color.” “Bone char is also used in other types of sugar. Brown sugar is created by adding molasses to refined sugar, so companies that use bone char in the production of their regular sugar also use it in the production of their brown sugar.” Why Organic Sugar? One simple explanation – since bone char is not on the National Organic Program’s National List of Allowed and Prohibited Substances, certified USDA organic sugar cannot be filtered through bone char.We don’t use plain old sugar (table sugar, white sugar, or refined sugar) that most of the restaurants and even other “vegetarian” or “vegan” restaurants use. Why? Even it costs so much more? Here’s why (from