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Health Valley Organic

Posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 2:30 pm
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Health Valley Organic says: “From healthier land comes healthier food – smart, delicious nutrition you can trust.”  Their foods have a Nutrition Scorecard on the label that helps you to plan healthier meals and snacks.  They make a line of 40% less sodium soups, no salt added soups, cream soups and cups of soup.  All of their soups are organic, and many are vegetarian.  Their cream soups use cream that does not have any hormones added.  All of the Health Valley Chilies are vegetarian.  They also make organic multigrain cereal bars, toaster tarts, chewy granola bars, and a Cafe Creations Cinnamon Danish.  They also make cereals, crackers, graham crackers, cookies cremes, and a GG Scandinavian Bran Crispbread.  You can buy Health Valley Organic through their website.  Prices range from about $8.00 to around $10.00 for a pack of 2.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Foods that are low salt, or that do not contain  salt, are helpful for people who have high blood pressure or hypertension.  Vegetarian foods are made without meat (but may contain things like dairy or eggs).  Health Valley Organic does not add artificial chemicals, flavors, colors, synthetic pesticides, or genetically modified ingredients.  Instead, they use natural ingredients.  Health Valley Organic is part of The Hain Celestial Group, which has its headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.  The Health Valley website has a lot of information about Healthy Living. Read it to learn what else you can do to accentuate the positive in your life!

 

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