Available from Jane’s Dough Foods is the Sonoma Flatbreads by Donatos line of crispy gluten-free pizzas. They are available in three sizes, from 12” to newly launched 6.5” and 10”. Varieties are Chicken & Fire Roasted Peppers with antibiotic-free chicken, Uncured Pepperoni that is nitrite- and nitrate-free, Four Cheese, and Vegetable.

dates fruits nuts barsNew York Date Bar is a healthy bar made with wholesome dates, fruits and nuts. Varieties include apple, apricot coconut, pecan and cashew. The bars are gluten free, dairy free, soy free and vegan friendly.

Frozen casseroles have been added to the line of all-natural frozen entrees from Blake’s All Natural Food. These individual-sized casseroles are made with no artificial ingredients, and their chicken and beef is raised without antibiotics or hormones. Casserole varieties include Chicken Noodle, Chicken Dinner, Tuna Noodle and Meatloaf Dinner.

Pereg Gourmet has released its latest grain lineup, a set of ancient grains, rice and beans designed to be used with any meal. The line consists of 20 varieties including red and white quinoa, bulgur, an autumn lentil blend and yellow split peas. The entire line is free of preservatives and kosher, and most of the line is gluten-free and non-GMO.

modern oatsModern Oats is now available in six gourmet flavors. The oatmeal, which includes whole grains, seeds, nuts and fruit, is prepared in its convenient cup container by adding hot water and waiting three minutes. These Non-GMO Project Verified products are a good source of fiber and protein, says the company.

sauces 'n love gluten free pasta

Sauces ‘n Love now offers gluten-free ravioli (three flavors), tagliatelle, rigatoni and gnocchi. The company has a pre-existing line of refrigerated tomato sauces, pizza sauces, pesto and chimichurri.

Goddess Gourmet flavor bombsNew Flavor Bombs from Goddess Gourmet are 2-oz fresh-frozen ingredients that help shoppers add flavor to meals. Flavor Bombs come in five varieties including Basil, Sage, Rosemary, Mirepoix and Soffritto “that turn everyday dishes into gourmet meals,” says the company.

A Good Food Day ($30.00, 256 pp) by Marco Canora, leaves diet plans and eating guidelines to the side in favor of simple, natural meals that can also improve one’s health. This book not only contains 125 recipes, but helpful advice on ingredients and cooking techniques that help add flavor to your food without turning to sugars or harmful fats. The book also takes time to explain the science behind ‘good-for-you foods,’ like low-sugar carbohydrates and alkaline-rich vegetables. Some featured recipes include Mushroom, Barley and Kale Soup, Rosemary Lemon Minute Steak, and Peanut Butter Cacao Nib Cookies.

Whole grains, seeds, legumes and pulses are gaining popularity in supermarkets and health food stores everywhere, and Grains ($35.95, 303 pp) by Molly Brown, is a guide on how to incorporate them into your routine. In addition to providing 150 diverse recipes like Multigrain and Cranberry Waffles, Vermont Baked Beans, and Saffron Glazed Chicken with Jeweled Couscous, this book also offers detailed instructions on how to select and prepare grains, seeds and more to be included in your own recipes. From breakfast to dessert and everything in between, this book provides a way to include ancient grains.