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Pure Organic Chocolate Food Barbr Gluten Free No Added Sugar 2 5g of Fiber 3 Cholesterol Sodium Free 4 1 2 Serving of Fruit 5 USDA Organic 6 Fair Trade Certified Cocoa Chocolate has been celebrated throughout time as a food of joy and enlightenment and now the makers of Lababar pass on the gift of Jocalat to you. Named after a centuries-old word for this cherished treasure, Jocalat is chocolate in its purest form. Harmonizing with fruits and nuts, it is a wholesome indulgence you can feel good about eating. All organic. No added sugars. Free of dairy, soy and gluten. With Jocalat, we re committed to the use of Fair Trade Certified chocolate and organic ingredients, doing our part to sustain the planet as well as the lives of farming families whose labor and love go into every Jocalat bar. Enjoy the Gift,br ~Lara, Creator of Larabar Certified Organic by Quality
Organic food is synonymous with premium quality, the deepest, richest taste, conscientious farming, and optimum health. It's what we need to feed our kids, what we deserve to feed ourselves. And no one is doing more to popularize organic food that Myra Goodman, a mother, a creative cook, and most significantly, co-owner of Earthbound Farm, the world's largest grower and purveyor of organic produce. In "Food to Live By," a dazzling full-color cookbook, Myra Goodman offers an utterly appealing, new casual style of cooking based on using the best ingredients, organic or otherwise. The dishes are irresistible: Sweet Corn Chowder. Spinach, Feta and Mushroom Quiche. Foggy Day Chili. Merlot-Braised Short Ribs with Cipollini Onions. Spicy Chicken Lettuce Wraps. Ginger Lime Salmon. Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Spiced Orange Sauce. Blue Cheese Smashed Potatoes. Coconut Lemongrass Sorbet. Cherry Panna Cotta. Farm Stand Carrot Cake. Plus, throughout are Farm-Fresh Ingredient boxes--on sorrel, corn, asparagus, artichokes-- cooking and shopping tips, and health notes. Before Myra and her husband, Drew, founded Earthbound Farm, they tended a small organic raspberry patch in Carmel, California--and Myra baked (and sold) amazing Raspberry Corn Muffins, plus jams, and more. Then Earthbound grew to offer organic lettuce mixes to local restaurants, and eventually the rest of the country. When The Organic Kitchen at Earthbound Farm opened, it was yet another venue for Myra, and the cafe's chefs, to share delicious recipes and ideas. Now "Food to Live By" brings this organic revolution to everyone who cares about what they eat.
Organic Live Food Fusion br Chocolate Cashew with Sprouted Flax Seeds start=6 style=list-style-type:discli 6 No artificial ingredients 5 No preservatives 8 Omega - 3 6 7 Fiber 3g 2 Protein 7g 1 100% organic 4 Peanut free 3 Gluten free 14 Dairy free 13 Vegan 16 Kosher 15 Uncooked 10 No refined sugars 9 Non GMO 12 Soy free 11 USDA organic As a Registered Nurse and Natural Foods Chef I ve developed a passion for raw foods. Imagine an alternative to high sugar processed snacks that tastes simply amazing, a fusion of live, raw and organic ingredients. Imagine a clean snack with a higher nutrient content that brings us closer to healing ourselves and the global ecology. Stop imagining and join the Raw Revolution. You owe it to yourself. br -Alice Benedetto Founder of Raw Indulgence 12-1.8oz Bars Net Wt 26.4 oz
"Who would have thought that a natural food supermarket could have been a financial refuge from the dot-com bust? But it had. Sales of organic food had shot up about 20 percent per year since 1990, reaching $11 billion by 2003 . . . Whole Foods managed to sidestep that fray by focusing on, well, people like me. "Organic food has become a juggernaut in an otherwise sluggish food industry, growing at 20 percent a year as products like organic ketchup and corn chips vie for shelf space with conventional comestibles. But what is organic food? Is it really better for you? Where did it come from, and why are so many of us buying it? Business writer Samuel Fromartz set out to get the story behind this surprising success after he noticed that his own food choices were changing with the times. In "Organic, Inc., " Fromartz traces organic food back to its anti-industrial origins more than a century ago. Then he follows it forward again, casting a spotlight on the innovators who created an alternative way of producing food that took root and grew beyond their wildest expectations. In the process he captures how the industry came to risk betraying the very ideals that drove its success in a classically complex case of free-market triumph.