I love sorbet, but often the ingredients have disturbingly large carbon footprints. That's not the case with Real Sorbet--a small, family owned sorbet company in Miami-Dade Country, Florida. Nick and Tessa Mencia, the owners, source local, pesticide-free, organic Florida fruit for their recipes.
I bought some tasty lychee sorbet and Nick served it to me in a biodegradable container with a spoon made from GMO-free corn husk material. He pointed out that his spoons wouldn't leach petrochemicals into the soil.
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