NY Times: The Rise of Company Gardens

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HERE at the world headquarters of PepsiCo, the masterminds behind $60 billion worth of Mountain Dew, Cheetos and Rice-A-Roni roam polished hallways.

But a five-minute walk away is the organic corporate vegetable garden, where spreadsheets and performance reviews give way to basil starts and black peppermint plants. Employees can sneak out for a quick lunchtime weeding session and cart home the harvest.

Read the rest of this New York Times feature on the rise of corporate gardens by Kim Severson here: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/12/dining/12gardens.html

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