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PJ’s Organics

Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 10:49 am
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Amongst all of the frozen burritos on the market today, it’s difficult to find one that is not only convenient, but is made with ingredients that are good for your body. PJ’s Organics is the first frozen burrito company to offer a solution. Their delicious hand-rolled burritos are made using organic ingredients that are free from genetically modified organisms. The chicken and beef used in their products come from hormone and antibiotic free chicken and cows. They never use preservatives and all of their ingredients come from pesticide-free farms. To top it off, PJ’s Organics make their very own tortillas to ensure your burrito tastes great both inside and out! Currently, PJ’s Organics offer burritos in 6 delicious varieties. They even offer a breakfast burrito, so you start your day off on the right foot. Since the burritos are so easy to prepare, PJ’s products are perfect to take with you while on the go!

Currently, PJ’s Organics is available in natural and health food stores nationwide. Individual burritos sell for around $3.00 each. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the official PJ’s Organics website for information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. PJ’s Organics operates out of South San Francisco, California.

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