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Newman’s Own Organic

Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 2:57 pm
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Newman’s Own was founded by Paul Newman in 1982.  Newman’s Own Organic was founded by his daughter, Nell Newman, in 1993. It is part of Newman’s Own.   They make great tasting, all natural, food products.  All profits go to charity. Newman’s Own makes frozen pizza with all natural ingredients.  They have a line of  Complete Skillet Meals that come in 7 flavors and take 10 minutes to prepare.  They have a line of popular salad dressings, pasta sauces, marinades, and salsa.  Newman’s Own also makes Sweet Enough Cereal (that isn’t loaded down with sugar), and popcorns.  Those of age can enjoy Newman’s Own Wines which are made with grapes sourced from premier vineyards in California.  Every purchase of wine supports charities around the world.  Newman’s Own Organic makes tasty pretzels, chocolate bars, Fig Newman’s, Family Recipe Cookies, Newman-O’s, Coffee, Royal Tea, Dried Fruit, and more.  You can buy Newman’s Food products from their website, but only select items are available.  Once in a while, Newman’s Own has natural foods coupons available on their website.

Food that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  The website for Newman’s Own has an awesome chart that shows exactly what allergens are in their foods.  At a glance, you can discover if a food is gluten free or wheat free.  People who have celiac disease or a gluten or wheat intolerance or allergy need to find foods that are safely gluten free.  Newman’s Own has its headquarters in Westport, Connecticut.  If you have ever ordered a Premium Salad from McDonald’s, it came with a packet of Newman’s Own exclusive salad dressing.

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