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Posted on Friday, August 2nd, 2013 at 8:00 am
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Sunshine Burgers, a company established in 1983, offers an alternative for meat burgers. These patties are made from organically grown ingredients including brown rice and sunflower seeds, seasoned with herbs and spices. All Sunshine Burger products are gluten free. They are also free of soy, corn, oats, dairy, nuts, and eggs. They are produced with ingredients that are grown without pesticides or fertilizers. All products are labeled USDA Organic, and Sunshine Burger was the first Veggie Burger to become Non-GMO Project Verified. The burgers are offered in a variety of flavors including herb, barbecue, shitake mushroom, falafel, hemp & sage breakfast, and black bean. The burgers are low in sodium and a good, plant-based source of fiber and protein. The Garden Herb Sunshine Burgers in particular are a great source of Vitamins E and A and omega-3 essential fatty acids. Sunshine Burgers provide an array of flavors to satisfy many different cravings. They are committed to serving health-conscious consumers with delicious and wholesome veggie burgers perfect for vegetarians, vegans, or those looking to reduce meat consumption. Prices among products vary, but are usually under $10. Visit their official website for more information and look for their products in stores near you.

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