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Pacific Natural Foods

Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2012 at 4:41 pm
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Pacific Natural Foods thinks that food should taste like food.  They love food.  Pacific uses all natural, organic, ingredients and they can tell you the source of each one.  They make a line of broths including chicken broths, beef broths, vegetable broths and a mushroom broth.  Some are organic, some are low sodium, and a few are gluten free. Their creamy soups are made with milk that comes from a local dairy.  Choose from tomato, butternut squash, cashew carrot ginger, red pepper and tomato, black bean and more.   Their Hearty Carton soups are perfect for a convenient, tasty, meal.  They also make condensed soups and soup starters.  In addition to their soups, they make non-dairy beverages. Choose from almond, oat, rice, hemp, or hazelnuts.  You can also get their soy beverages.  If you are looking for something a little more substantial, try one of their pot pies or their holiday classic foods.  You cannot buy Pacific Natural Foods through their website, but they are available from  The price might vary between Amazon and a store that you walk into.  Natural foods coupons are available from the Pacific Foods website.

Foods that are labeled as organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  According to LiveStrong, foods that are low in sodium can help prevent heart disease.  Some of Pacific Natural Foods are gluten free.  This means those products were made without wheat or gluten, and are safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance to eat.  Soy beverages, or beverages made from almond, oat, rice, hemp, or hazelnuts are dairy free.  People who need to be on a lactose free diet need foods that are dairy free.  Pacific Natural Foods has its headquarters in Tualatin, Oregon.  In 1997, they established their own Certified to the Source (CTS) program so they would know exactly where each ingredient originated.

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