What Motivates My Mission?
JohnsMealTicket.com seeks to create a community that shares common ground: Trust, Motivation, and Research. We strive to help make the root of cooking a thriving global sustainable activity while supplying geospatial tools and data to meet our goals.
In my research, I will supply evidence for research claims selling products, and promote an ideological discussion on selected topics supported by facts and reviews. We hand-pick every product that appears on JohnsMealTicket.com with you in mind – and they’re all tested, researched, or editor-approved. Our goal? To make it easy for you to find the best quality research to support healthy activity and introduce new ways to learn about the environment and your community.
Our utmost responsibility is to be concerned about what happens to the natural resources we buy, such as how we shop and what we eat. We depend on the resources made by the natural processes of our Earth. How can we educate and grow as a community to educate, review, train, and act sustainably?
The site seeks to help create tasty meals using basic guidelines and recommended seasonal food ingredients throughout California. How do you find various ingredients that can follow your budget and create multiple meals? Quality is essential when doing grocery shopping. Learn the process and how valuable everyone’s job can benefit communities and nations to achieve a goal while preserving our environment.
We work with a select number of affiliate marketing programs. When you click on a link on our site that takes you to another retailer, we may earn a small commission. But know: We are driven by our editorial standards and what we know you love, not by relationships with companies or advertisers.
We know how to have a good time here—and we want you to have one, too. We plan to start with finding healthy ingredients. That’s why we only source the best of the best. We look to the source who knows the most about our foods:
- California Farmers
- Members of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
- Farmers Market Managers under the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA)
A couple of other things you should know. Every publication we write is reviewed by our beneficiaries (farmers, USDA, and CDFA members) to reference our data and provide clarity and fairness. And we’d never recommend that you buy, try, watch, or make something we wouldn’t ourselves.