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October, 2012

In this issue:

Puente products gain cult following

Puente gets schooled – in teaching ESL

Students soon free to work, study, and dream

Why we give to Puente: Potrero Nuevo Farm and Blue House Farm






Puente products gain cult following   
Puente products gain cult following Jose Castro remembers the day he realized that his Puente brand tomatillo-lime salsa had drawn a critical mass of acolytes. A customer at the Pescadero Grown!  Read more.
Puente gets schooled – in teaching ESL
Throw out that old textbook: Puente has adopted a new approach to teaching ESL to adult students, on the advice of one of the country’s most prominent experts on English-Spanish bilingualism. Read more.
Students soon free to work, study, and dream
For Azura Aguilar, receiving an envelope in the mail from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services would normally evoke a feeling of terror: the fear of being deported to Mexico, which she left when she was 8 years old. Read more.

Why we give to Puente: Potrero Nuevo Farm and Blue House Farm   
Puente’s commitment to providing fresh, local produce to the people who can least afford it has always been contingent on the cooperation of local farmers and ranchers – passionate food advocates who donate produce or sell it at Puente’s Pescadero Grown! Farmer’s MarketsRead more.

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