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Posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 12:21 pm
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Truwhip brings you a delicious dessert topping free from the artificial or chemical-laden ingredients found in many dessert toppings on the market today. Truwhip was created with the collaboration of nutritionists and food scientists to bring you a delicious, natural whipped topping. Truwhip is perfect for adding to the top of your favorite pies, in fruit salads, on top of hot beverages, and in many of your favorite recipes. They remain committed to the environment by producing containers made with 20% less polypropylene that are fully recyclable. Truwhip containers can also be re-used and are top rack dishwasher safe.

Truwhip is currently available in original and light varieties. Visit the official Truwhip website for recipes as well as information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. Individual containers of Truwhip sell for about $4 to $5 a tub. Prices may vary in individual stores. Truwhip operates out of Boise, Idaho.

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