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Amy’s Kitchen

Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:33 am
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Amy’s Kitchen makes natural and organic foods.  There website describes their products as “Healthy eating never tasted so good!”  They make a wide variety of products including a line of Asian Meals, many kinds of beans and chili, bowls of pasta and rice dishes, breakfast foods, burritos, pizza, soups, veggie burgers, snacks, pot pies, kids meals, and foods that are light in sodium.   You can find gluten-free foods from Amy’s.  All of Amy’s Kitchen products are vegetarian, (but not all are vegan).  No peanuts are used used as ingredients in their foods.  According to their website, their products range in price from around $4.00 to about $10.00.

Organic foods are grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods must also be GMO-free.  Amy’s Kitchen does not put MSG into their foods.  Foods that are vegetarian do not contain meat, (but might contain cheese, honey, milk, or butter).  A few of Amy’s foods are vegan, which means that they do not contain any animal products at all.  They have one gluten-free kids product.  Occasionally, Amy’s Kitchen will offer some of their natural foods coupons from their website.  Their headquarters is Petaluma, California.

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