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Melt Organic

Posted on Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 at 4:48 pm
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The founder of Melt Organic, Cygnia Rapp, was placed on a restrictive diet and couldn’t eat butter, which took the joy out of eating and cooking. She created a product to meet her needs, as well as giving way for butter lovers seeking a healthier alternative. Melt Organic offers Rich & Creamy (original), Honey, and Chocolate spreads. They spread, sizzle, drizzle, bake, and melt just like the butter we all know and love. However, these melts are made with half the saturated fat, fewer calories, and only 1 gram of sugar per serving! They are made from organic oils including: Fair Trade Fair for Life virgin coconut, flaxseed, hi-oleic sunflower, Rainforest Alliance certified palm fruit, and canola. According to the product site, each serving of Melt Organic delivers an ideal combination of healthful saturated, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats for great nutrient content and absorption thyroid function, heart health, and digestive health. Each type of melt is certified organic, without artificial ingredients, kosher, and non-GMO. The Melt Organic spreads are lactose free or dairy free, trans-fat free, soy free, and gluten free. One container of melt is under $10, but the products are also available in 12-packs for around $50. Visit their official website for more information. Melt products are in some stores, but easily available online over e-commerce.

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