Sophie’s Kitchen introduces vegan seafood for seafood lovers who maintain special diets or have seafood allergies. Varieties include breaded vegan shrimp, vegan calamari, vegan squid rings and more. This product offers 100% vegan, cholesterol-free food that is also a good source of fiber. The line contains no trans-fat, genetically engineered ingredients, preservatives, artificial colors or artificial flavors.

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Now available: The Fountains of Juice, a line of vitamin-packed, low-calorie juice drinks that comes in four varieties: Beetox (from beet root); Eat, Drink and Be Berry! (aronia berry); One-in-a-Melon! (watermelon); and CherryO! (tart cherry). Each drink contains 60–90 calories per 16-oz. bottle and is sweetened with stevia. The products are said to drink like water, with no aftertaste and no coated mouth feel. Drinks are free of caffeine, sodium, gluten, preservatives, GMOs and added sugar.

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Introducing Ayala’s Herbal Water, a line of zero-calorie, USDA organic herb-infused drinks. Varieties such as Lemongrass Mint Vanilla and Cinnamon Orange Peel comprise the 16-oz. plastic bottle offerings, while Sparkling varieties are available in 25.4 and 12 oz. glass bottles. Ayala Laufer-Cahana, M.D., developed Herbal Water in 2005, and now they are available nationwide.

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Stonyfield presents its new organic yogurt, which is fat-free, contains 50% less added sugar and is 100 calories per serving. This yogurt is said to be the first sweetened with organic stevia. The yogurt also contains a touch of cane sugar. Stonyfield donates 10% of its profits to efforts that help protect and restore the planet.

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NOW Foods has incorporated BetterStevia 100-count packets into its line. Original BetterStevia, Organic BetterStevia and French Vanilla BetterStevia are made, says the company, using a superior source which guarantees purity, taste and consistency. And, BetterStevia, is a whole leaf extract formulated using an enzymatic treatment process that eradicates overpowering and bitter aftertastes.
SRP: $8.99–10.99.

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Tipu’s Chai has released Chai Now, a chai tea latte blend. The all-natural mix contains a mix of black tea, organic spices, organic non-GMO soy milk and organic evaporated cane juice and can be dissolved using hot or iced water. There are no additives or preservatives. One 12-oz bag makes 10 servings.

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Golden Platter Foods now offers fully cooked gluten-free chicken nuggets, tenders and patties. The allergen-free products are made with all-natural ingredients, including hormone-free chicken. Says the company, “When heated, the crunchy coating provides the perfect balance to the tender farm fresh chicken.”
SRP: $6.99.

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Flaxmilk is now available from Flax USA. The first of its kind, Flaxmilk is an all-natural, dairy-free drink made using cold-pressed flax oil. The product, according to the company, is delicious on whole-grain cereal. It also is plant-based and enriched with vitamins A, D and B12. Additionally, flaxmilk is rich in omega-3 fatty acids.

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New from Kinnikinnick Foods Inc. are gluten-free, ready-to-fill frozen pie crusts. Each package of Kinnikinnick Pie Crusts contains two 8-inch pie shells. At 100-calories per serving, the pie shells can be used to make any traditional single- or double crust pie, according to the company. In addition to being gluten free, the product is also free of dairy, tree nuts, peanuts and preservatives.

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Bolthouse Farms introduces two new products. The Aura Botanical Water line is a low-calorie flavored water that comes in three flavors: Cucumber Lemon Rosemary, Orange Basil and Grapefruit Sage. Each contains one serving of fruit per bottle. The Protein Plus Parfait Smoothie contains 25 grams of protein per bottle and is made with 100% natural ingredients.

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Grocery

Providing your body with nutritious food is vital to keeping it healthy and active. Since we have to eat to survive, we should fuel our bodies with organic wholesome food and supplements. Organic food brands are working hard to bring consumers organic products of all types, anything from baking sweeteners to protein bars. With the new information that is constantly arising, Whole Foods Magazine works hard to stay abreast of the new organic food brands and vitamin companies that are hitting the markets.

 

Organic food brands like, Domino Foods, INC offers various organic food products to replace your everyday items. For example, they have created a baking blend that can replace sugar when used through baking or just to use to sweeten your coffee. Another great brand, is Justin’s, they have perfected their organic Peanut Butter Cups candy that are USDA-certified organic and gluten free. Learn all about these great products and brands below!