The Kate’s Real Food office crew recently moved into a great new space. After erecting the cubicle walls and getting the workstations assembled, we promptly put our heads down and

Beyond Local: It’s a Mindset Thing …

“Money is like blood. It needs to keep moving around to keep the economy going… [and] when money is spent elsewhere—at big supermarkets, non-locally owned utilities and other services such

I recently pondered an infographic that enumerated the reasons why people don’t recycle at work. One of the top reasons was “the recycling plant isn’t easily accessible.” When I read

by Christian Santelices High pressure in the Tetons has given me the chance to reflect on a busy season of avalanche education. Working for the American Avalanche Institute and Exum

Sales Manager Natural Foods Industry Kate’s Real Food, a “real food” energy bar company, is looking for an experienced sales manager. The ideal candidate will be working closely with brokers,

“I have a basket of your bars at my house,” says Tony Horton. It’s always flattering when I meet someone who tells me they eat my bars, and in Jackson

Julia Tellman brings her kick-ass bar making skills to the table at Kate’s, and she is damn good at it. She is good at other things, too, including writing and

“Lumbersexual”, a term that surfaced toward the end of 2014, caught my attention. According to a handful of media outlets, this phrase embodies a male type that is primarily defined by an

Striking Gold in Silverton

by Kalen Thorien A few years ago I had my first skiing experience in New Zealand. I quickly fell in love with the simplicity of their resorts and the freedom

Getting out of your comfort zone can apply to many aspects of life, from working your body a little harder to taking time out and unplugging. The possibilities are endless!