Utah Travel Headlines Blog

Friday, March 07, 2008

Shop Green in Salt Lake's Sugar House

Sunset Magazine has this article featuring "environmentally friendly retail therapy" in Sugar House, an eclectic neighborhood in Salt Lake City.

The article spotlights a handful of small businesses providing great service, hospitality and eco-friendly products. Here are tidbits:

House of Bread This bakery goes through 50 pounds of honey a day, and you smell it as soon as you enter. Owner Lynne Aoyama bakes bread made from Utah-grown organic wheat.

The Green Building Center A fantasyland for the eco-dreamer. Browse for beautiful, environmentally friendly products like flooring made from reclaimed railroad trestle, and countertops made from recycled paper and cashew resin.

Cactus & Tropicals Get your tropical fix in the dead of winter amid fragrant gardenias, lush orchids, and a splash of orange bromeliads.

Read the entire article.

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