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Cascadian Farms

Posted on Thursday, October 11th, 2012 at 4:08 pm
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Cascadian Farms was organic before organic became a trend.  They have been dedicated to organic goodness since 1972.  Cascadian Farms makes over 75 different organic products.  They have many different flavors of cereal and granola, and a variety of chewy granola bars and crunchy granola bars.  You can get frozen blackberries, blueberries, harvest berries, raspberries, sliced peaches and strawberries, that are all natural.  They have frozen vegetables sold in boxes or bags and frozen varieties of potatoes. Try their fresh fruit spreads, juice concentrates, and relish.  According to their website, their products range in price from a little over $6.00 to a little under $9.00.  Not all of their foods are available through the website.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  The word “natural” and the word “organic” are not interchangeable on a food label.  Natural generally means that the foods are made from real ingredients.  Putting frozen foods into boxes or bags is a healthy way to avoid the BPA that can be in canned foods. Cascadian Farms headquarters is in Rockport, Washington.  During the Summer months, you can visit their Roadside Stand and get some fresh, seasonal, berries or homemade organic ice cream.

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