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Annie Chun’s

Posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 9:19 am
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Annie Chun’s makes all natural Asian cuisine.  Their foods are made from the highest quality ingredients, and contain no MSG and no preservatives.  Annie Chun’s makes Freshpak Noodles that can be fully cooked in five minutes. They have frozen soups, fresh cooked ramen noodles, and microwavable soup bowls, Asian noodle bowls, and rice express fast meals.  They also have some quick Asian meal starts, gourmet Asian sauces, Asian noodles, seaweed snacks, sushi wraps, frozen potstickers and mini-wontons and Gochujang sauce.  It is easy to see from their website if a food is gluten-free, non-dairy, vegan, vegetarian, low fat, or if it contains no fish.

Foods that are gluten free do not contain wheat or other ingredients that have gluten in them.  Annie Chun’s doesn’t specifically make gluten free kids products, but does have other foods that are gluten free.  It is nice that their website points out foods that are non-dairy, and that do not contain fish, because this helps people with allergies to avoid those foods.  Vegetarian foods do not contain any meat, and vegan foods do not contain any animal products at all.  According to their website, their prices range between about $2.00 and a little over $7.00.  Annie Chun’s is owned by CJ Foods, which has its American headquarters in Los Angeles, California.

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