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Posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 2:38 pm
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Kashi has cared about making food with the health of people and plane in mind for over 25 years.  They are part of The Non-GMO Project.  Their commitment is that by 2015, half of their food will be GMO free.  They plan to continue this effort until all their foods meet that standard.  Right now, nine of their cereals are GMO free.  Some of their foods are organic, and they always use natural ingredients.  Kashi makes cold cereal, hot cereal, pilaf, waffles, crackers, cookies, and a vast variety of snack bars.  They also make pizza and entrees.  Some of their brands include GOLEAN, Heart to Heart, Good Friends, TLC Crackers and Kashi Snacks.  You can buy Kashi products from through their website.  Prices range from about $3.00 to about $18.00 for a 12 pack of GOLEAN bars.  Get some natural food coupons for Kashi products through RecycleBank.  You can sign up for it through the Kashi website.

Many companies are joining The Non-GMO Project.  GMOs are genetically modified organisms. More and more consumers are interested in buying food that is GMO free.  Foods that are organic are GMO free, and they were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Kashi has 77 products that are vegetarian.  Foods that are vegetarian do not contain meat.  Kashi also has 14 products that are vegan.  Foods that are vegan do not contain meat or animal products (such as eggs, dairy, or honey).  Kashi’s headquarters are located in La Jolla, California.  The Kashi website has a Lifestyle Tools section that gives you excellent ideas for how to live a healthier life.

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