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Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:20 am
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Alexia makes foods that are all natural, gourmet inspired, and delicious.  They make artisan breads, baked appetizers, oven baked french fries, and potatoes served in a variety of ways.  This includes hashed browns, mashed potatoes, and different flavors of oven fries.  Those who enjoy sweet potatoes can try them as crinkle cut fries, Julianne fries, waffle cut fries, as spicy sweet potatoes, or as sweet potato puffs.  Alexia also makes a variety of sides that include potatoes and vegetables saute.   Their website doesn’t list prices of their foods, but it does say you can find them “in your grocer’s freezer”.

Alexia’s organic products are certified by Oregon Tilth.  Organic foods are grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or ionizing radiation.  They are GMO free.  According to the Alexia website, their potato products are Kosher (except for their mashed potatoes and potato appetizers).  Their products are not necessarily vegan, because some contain dairy ingredients.  ConAgra Foods, Inc., acquired  Alexia Foods in the 2008.  ConAgra Foods has headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska.

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