Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse, they’re a great way to start the day for breakfast and brunch. All eggs at Busboys and Poets stores are organic and cage-free. Our organic eggs come from cage-free hens that are fed a certified organic and all-natural hen feed.

Our organic eggs:

• 100% USDA Organic Certified
• Certified Organic, All-Vegetarian Hen Feed
• Farm Fresh
• Cage-Free
• Excellent Source of Vitamins D, B12, E
• Good Source of Vitamins B2, B5
• 25% Less Saturated Fat than Ordinary Eggs
• 115mg Omega-3

Our organic milk: 

Packed with vitamin D, the milk in your coffee is organic and local.  The famers who supply milk for Oasis are all certified organic and feed their cows on grass. Our milk is not genetically modified or polluted with synthetic chemicals, and the farmers of Oasis are all horse farmers, which means that the milk we purchase leaves behind a reduced carbon footprint.

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Proud to announce that after working with the Accessibility Assurance Department at Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind, the Busboys and Poets website scored a 92% accessibility compliance against WCAG 2.0 level AA. This means that individuals who require alternative access to printed digital content will have comparable access and use of the website as do … Continued

On Censorship by Salman Rushdie

On Censorship by Salman Rushdie

No writer ever really wants to talk about censorship. Writers want to talk about creation, and censorship is anti-creation, negative energy, uncreation, the bringing into being of non-being, or, to use Tom Stoppard’s description of death, “the absence of presence.” Censorship is the thing that stops you doing what you want to do, and what writers want to talk about is what they do, not what stops them doing it.