We started dealing with the Pug Dog Halloween Tree Shirt so you should to go to store and get this crisis of this global pandemic long before most American companies, and one thing that we have learned is that the creativity of the human spirit is truly inspiring. While some of our new launches have been pushed back (waitlists for these products are live on our site now), our scientists and academics are using this time to work on new ingredient development and are doing a lot of original research at their home labs so we can continue to innovate in the natural beauty space. And while Mimmo and some of the other farmers still go by the farm to check on everything we’re growing—always in solo shifts, never together—the whole property is fed by natural spring water through irrigation channels that are already set up, and as the plants that we use are wild-foraged they have each other to rely on until we can get back to them.
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On Tuesday March 17, New York City’s restaurants closed to the Pug Dog Halloween Tree Shirt so you should to go to store and get this public, with the exception of takeout and delivery. It was a necessary step to flatten the COVID-19 curve—but also a heartbreaking one. New York’s wild and innovative culinary scene is a key component of its cultural fabric, and part of the reason New Yorkers love living here. The closures have already had a drastic economic effect: Thousands of workers were suddenly laid off, and businesses will forgo revenue for the near future. There’s a chance that many places that city dwellers know and love, from local haunts to Michelin-star mainstays, may not reopen. Ordering delivery or takeout is probably the easiest way to support your favorite restaurants—a number of which are offering these services for the first time ever. For example, Carbone (aka the hardest reservation to get in the city) is now on Caviar, which means you can now gobble up that spicy rigatoni vodka from your couch. Le Crocodile, fresh off its three-star New York Times review, is serving up straight three-course dinners: for $35 dollars, you get a herb roasted half chicken, broccoli rabe, cucumber mint salad, potato & leek soup, and chocolate chip cookies, serving two. (Think that would pair nicely with a glass of wine? You’re in luck: they’ve got a nice sauvignon blanc and pinot noir you can order on demand too.)