GloryBee Foods presents Aunt Patty’s Organic Raw Extra Virgin Coconut Oil. The raw oil is processed at temperatures lower than 115 degrees Fahrenheit, which helps preserve nutritional value. It can be used as a substitute for other cooking oils, butter or shortening. Research suggests coconut oil may help to maintain digestive health and a healthy immune system.

 

Bien Padre’s new Oila Organic Green Tea Oil is packed with antioxidants, omegas-3/-6/-9, vitamin A, B and E, and catechins. This cooking oil can be used with high heat in various recipes. As a topical product for the skin, it has antiseptic and antibacterial properties and has been shown to support skin health, digestion and proper metabolism. This oil is high in monosaturated and polyunsaturated fats, but low in saturated fat. It comes in 16.9-fl. oz. and 67.6-fl. oz. sizes.

Eden Foods announces six new 29-oz. canned bean products. The organic line includes Black Turtle Beans, Dark Red Kidney Beans, Garbanzo Beans, Navy Beans, Pinto Beans and Cannellini Beans. The cans do not contain the harmful chemical BPA. Eden Beans are an excellent source of fiber, protein, complex carbohydrates, potassium, B vitamins, antioxidants and other vitamins and minerals.

Nutritional Design offers Supreme Cutlets, a vegan alternative to chicken. The low-calorie cutlets, which provide 12 grams of protein per two cutlets serving, are free of GMOs, cholesterol and trans-fat. Cutlets are also egg, gluten, starch and preservative free. According to the company, cutlets are easy to adapt to existing to recipes.

News from industry food companies.

News from industry food companies.

When I was seven, my dad took up club sports-car racing. Two-seat, open-air roadsters from England, Germany and Italy began to appear in the U.S. Marques like Alfa Romeo, Austin Healey, MG, Porsche and Triumph, as well as Ford-engined AC Cobra and Chevy Corvette made the weekend trek to Lime Rock raceway in northwestern Connecticut for drivers to test their skills.

Self-interest can be a driving factor behind the success of eco-friendly household products. That’s because beyond the sustainable, earth-friendly ideals they represent, the products in this segment also serve to address issues of personal health.

If you’ve ever watched a kids’ dodge ball game, you’ve probably seen the following unfold before you: one unlucky guy or gal is left standing to face, say, five or six aggressive players from the other side. Hmm. Attacks from all sides? Fending for survival? Sound familiar?