Go Raw

Posted on Friday, October 12th, 2012 at 4:38 pm
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Go Raw are the “Pioneers of the finest hand-crafted, certified organic, raw living foods available.  Their products are 100% organic and have been certified as organic by the USDA.  Their products have also been certified gluten free, and are kosher.  They make bars in flavors like: Live Pumpkin Bar, Banana Bread Flax Bar, Spirulina Energy Bar, Live Granola Bar, and Real Live Apricot Bar (which used to be called Real Live Flax Bar).  Their Flax Snacks are flax crackers that come in flavors like: Pizza, Sunflower, Spicy, and Simple. They also make Super Chips and Super Cookies which are made without any added sugar, oils, flour, or animal products of any kind. They are a natural alternative to the other kinds of cookies and chips on the market.  Go Raw makes four types of granola, sells organic sprouted seeds, and chocolate bars made from raw organic cacao and raw organic agave nectar.  You can buy Go Raw products through their website.  Prices range from around $2.00 to about $12.00 for one product.  You can also buy in bulk quantities.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic food are GMO free.  Foods that are gluten free are made without wheat or other ingredients that contain gluten.  This makes them safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance to consume.  According to LiveStrong, flax seeds are a good source of healthy omega-3 fats.  Go Raw is part of Freeland Foods, which has its headquarters in Castro Valley, California. The Go Raw website has a short video that tells you more about them.

One Response to Go Raw

  1. Carmen Mabama says:

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