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Posted on Thursday, October 11th, 2012 at 8:57 am
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Wholly Wholesome makes products with natural and organic ingredients that are so good that they taste like homemade.  They make baked goods.  In 2012, they added a pie crust that is gluten free, kosher, natural, vegan and dairy free.  They also make organic 9 inch pie shells that are organic.  Choose from Organic Whole Wheat, Organic Traditional, and Organic Spelt.  They make both Chocolate, and Graham Cracker Pie Crusts that are great to fill with ice cream, chocolate mousse, or key lime filling.  Their Cheesecake Bites are designed for one person to eat.  Their Crumble Cakes are moist, delicious, and have a streusel topping.  Choose from Cinnamon Crumble Cake or Apple Cinnamon Crumble Cake.  Or, try their Crumblettes, which are snack size cakes that come in either Cinnamon or Pumpkin.  Wholly Wholesome also makes Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Dough, that you can bake at home.  Each variety is 30% organic.  They also have a line of fruit pies that come in Apple, Blueberry, Cherry, or Pumpkin, and one that is a Dairy-Free Pumpkin pie.  All the pies are naturally vegan.  It doesn’t appear that you can buy Wholly Wholesome products from their website.  This means that the price could vary depending on where you purchase it from.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation.  Organic foods are GMO free.  Foods that are gluten free do not have wheat or other ingredients that include gluten in them.  This means they are safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance to eat.  Vegan foods do not include meat or any animal products (such as dairy or eggs).  Wholly Wholesome is a division of the Run-A-Ton Group, which has its headquarters in Chester, New Jersey.  Wholly Wholesome has a blog called The Whole Cookie, which contains information on days, weeks, or months that are dedicated to a specific type of food.  For example, August is National Eat Dessert First Month.

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