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Ethnic Gourmet

Posted on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 at 10:37 am
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Ethnic Gourmet helps you to “immerse yourself in the tantalizing tastes of the world’s great cuisine”.  Their foods are from around the globe, and created with authentic, flavorful, and time-honored recipes.  Each of their products is free of artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives.  They use fresh ingredients.  Ethnic Gourmet offers three types lines of products: Taste of Thai, Taste of India, and Taste of Malaysia.  Thai foods include Lemongrass & Basil Chicken, Chicken Pad Thai, Pad Thai with Tofu, and Pad Thai with Shrimp.  Their largest line is their Taste of India that includes frozen foods as well as sauces.  The Malay Chicken Curry is the only food in their Taste of Malaysia line.  You cannot buy foods from Ethnic Gourmet through their website.  This means the price could vary depending on which store you bought it from.

The main reason why a company would put artificial flavors or artificial colors in their foods is because they are trying to make the food taste or smell as though it has fresh ingredients in it that it doesn’t actually have.  Ethnic Gourmet doesn’t put artificial flavors or colors in their foods.  They use fresh, natural ingredients instead.  Some people feel that preservatives in foods cause weight gain.  Ethnic Gourmet doesn’t use preservatives.  Ethnic Gourmet is part of The Hain Celestial Group, which has its headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.  With Ethnic Gourmet, the world is as close as your grocery store!

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