Grocery Briefs (October 2010)

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Teeccino Caffé’s product line has been found to be gluten free, according the University of Nebraska’s food allergy testing lab. Products from the Santa Barbara-based company are also certified organic and kosher.

Bethesda, MD-based Honest Tea has reintroduced its Honest Kombucha. The product has temporarily been recalled while the firm developed a product that “allows for the benefits of raw, unpasteurized kombucha while ensuring lower, more stable alcohol levels.” 

Stonyfield Farm of Londonderry, NH, has renewed its sponsorship of the U.S. Open to promote its organic yogurt brands.

In a multi-year analysis of 13,500 elementary school children funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, researchers found that children who ate school lunches as part of the National Lunch Program were more likely to become overweight.

Yogurt and kefir products from Green Valley Organics at Redwood Hill Farm and Creamery in Sebastapol, CA have been Certified Humanely Raised and Handled by Humane Farm Animal Care.

Covington, LA-based Evamor Natural Artesian Water is partnering with the Houston Texans Radio Network to give fans free samples its water, tickets to home games and the opportunity to meet players at Houston Texans Radio Network events.

South San Francisco, CA-based PJ’s Organics enrolled in The GMO Project’s Non-GMO Verification Program.

Published in WholeFoods Magazine, October 2010 (published ahead of print on August 28, 2010)