Ziggy Marley Organics
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Ziggy Marley Organics

Posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 10:50 am
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Delivering much more than peaceful music to relax to, Ziggy Marley is proud to bring you a line of organic coconut oil and hemp seed snacks. Ziggy Marley’s “Coco-Mon” coconut oils are made using fresh, organic coconut kernels. The oils are cold-pressed, unrefined, and non-deodorized, so you’re getting nothing but the best. They are trans-fat free, non-hydrogenated, and unbleached for a delicious taste straight from the source. Try using Ziggy Marley’s original, orange almond, lemon ginger, or curry flavored coconut oils in many of your dishes. Ziggy Marley is also the first manufacturer of a roasted hemp seed snack. His “Hemp Rules” snacks are USDA-certified organic and are packed with protein and nine essential amino acids. They also provide a healthy dose of omega-3 fatty acids. You can try Hemp Rules in shelled, sea salt and pepper, and Caribbean crunch varieties.

According to the official website, a 14 oz. jar of coconut oil sells for around $15.00 while a single pouch of Hemp Rules snacks sell for a little over $11.00. Visit the official Ziggy Marley Organics website for ordering information. Ziggy Marley Organics operates out of Walnut Creek, California.

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