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Fantastic World Foods

Posted on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 at 10:34 am
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Fantastic World Foods makes foods that are always all natural and organic.  They bring together new and traditional cuisine.  Their products are vegetarian, and many are vegan.  Some foods are dairy free, and others are kosher.  Fantastic World Foods makes a line of Elegant Grains.  This includes Basmati Rice, Organic Couscous, Organic Whole Wheat Couscous, Jasmine Rice, and Arborio Rice.  They also have a line of Vegetarian Entrees and Side Dishes.  Choose from Original Hummus, vegetarian Sloppy Joe Mix, vegetarian Taco Filling Mix, Falafel, Nature’s Burger Original, Vegetarian Chili, Tofu Scrambler, Instant Refried Beans, Instant Black Beans, and Tabouli Salad Mix (made with organic ingredients).  They have a brand new line of Simmer Soups.  You can buy Fantastic World Foods through their website.  Prices range from around $5.00 to somewhere around $8.00.

Organic foods were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiations.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Products that are vegetarian do not contain meat.  People choose vegetarian foods because they are healthy and because they do not want to eat animals.  Vegan foods also do not contain meat, and they do not contain animal products (like milk or eggs).  Foods that are dairy free do not contain milk and might be lactose free.  Fantastic World Foods has their headquarters in Ocala, Florida.  Their name was selected over 30 years ago when Jim Rosen started making healthy foods.   At the time, people thought “healthy” meant “bland”.  They were surprised by how fantastic his food tasted!  The name stuck.

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