Thursday, November 12, 2009

What does it mean to be all natural?

You may have noticed that many food producers have recently adopted the phrase "all natural" and perhaps even altered their products to do so; but what what does it mean?

According to the USDA, food can only be labeled natural if it contains no artificial ingredients or added colors and is minimally processed. Most of our products are all natural ... have always been, and are now being called out on our labels so you know. We use pure cane sugar, fruits and vegetables. We are committed to sourcing only the finest ingredients. I did just tell you that we use 250,000 Wild Maine Blueberries each year!

Do you want to know what is in our products? Just click on "more info" to see all of our ingredients & nutrition information.

It looks like this:

1 comment:

  1. No Government Subsidized Corn Syrup!!! Your ingredients are great. People just don't understand the difference. We are what we eat. I only recently discovered your products, and I'm a firm supporter! Thanks for not compromising.


Thank you for your comment!