Robert Rothschild Farm is launching a new certified organic product line. These six gourmet sauces have exquisite flavor and are versatile to use for an appetizer, salad or entrée.
“We are extremely excited to launch our new organic product line,” said Jim Gordon, President and CEO of Robert Rothschild Farm. “During our extensive research, we determined that great-tasting organic sauces are challenging to find. Consumers are seeking healthy choices, and we felt compelled to create outstanding sauces with on-trend flavors. Our sauces are an easy way to add distinct flavor to organic proteins or vegetables.”
The new organic sauces include the following delicious flavors:
Blueberry Balsamic Sauce: Sweet blueberries are complemented by balsamic vinegar with flavorful notes from shallots, basil and black pepper to create this tangy and sweet organic Blueberry Balsamic Sauce.
Citrus Chardonnay Sauce: The organic Citrus Chardonnay Sauce pairs fennel with the sweetness of honey, bursts of flavor from oranges and Chardonnay to create this creamy sauce.
Pineapple Habanero BBQ Sauce: The popular Roasted Pineapple & Habanero Dip inspired the organic Pineapple Habanero BBQ Sauce. Sweet pineapples, honey, spicy habanero peppers and ginger make this sweet and spicy BBQ Sauce.
Sriracha Teriyaki Sauce: Classic teriyaki sauce with Sriracha and a hint of orange are blended to create this organic Sriracha Teriyaki Sauce.
Whiskey Pepper Cream Sauce: The organic Whiskey Pepper Cream Sauce has a medley of flavors from Dijon mustard, rich cream, garlic, black pepper, accented by a touch of whiskey and white miso to create a creamy sauce with a kick of heat.
White Wine Creole Sauce: The organic White Wine Creole Sauce is started with a spicy tomato base, adding a splash of white wine, and the classic trinity of celery, bell peppers, and onions to create this Southern-inspired sauce.
Robert Rothschild Farm is also reintroducing its Raspberry Thunder Sauce. It is back by popular demand. “Our consumers continually asked if we could make the Raspberry Thunder Sauce,” said Jim Gordon. “We listened to our consumers and are relaunching the spicy hot sauce with a new look but the same great taste.”
Raspberry Thunder Sauce: This fiery hot sauce is a spicy blend of jalapeno peppers and crushed red peppers. Add just a dash for a kick of heat.
Robert Rothschild Farm’s new products will be showcased at the 60th Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City from June 29 – July 1, 2014, booth #236 or in their permanent showroom at AmericasMart in Atlanta from July 8 – 15, 2014, Building 2 West Wing #870A,B.
There’s no denying it. Americans love to snack and unfortunately many of the snacks that we love so much – chips, popcorn, cookies are anything but healthy. The result of overindulging on these snacks are the ever growing waistlines they leave behind. With today’s busy consumer lifestyles, healthy snacking is imperative to healthy eating and thanks to Nana’s Nola; consumers now have a snacking option that is a whole lot tastier and healthier.
Nana’s Nola’s crunchy snack bites offer consumers and Celiac’s an organic, gluten free granola snack that packs a powerhouse of multiple organic whole grains, all natural organic sweeteners, two grams of both protein and fiber. Nana’s Nola contains no soy, artificial additives or preservatives. And the best part, consumers will immediately experience the incredible taste and crunchy sensation of Nana’s Nola snack bites.
“Offering today’s busy consumers a healthy snack option is essential to providing good nutrition as well as supporting healthier eating habits,” said Marie Lusins, founder of Nana’s Nola. “We care very deeply in helping consumers of all ages live a healthier lifestyle and we can do that by offering them with my Nana’s Nola.”
Nana’s Nola is off to a roaring start, as bags of Nana’s Nola will soon be hitting the shelves in 80 Mirabito Convenience Stores located in the southern tier in New York state and throughout Pennsylvania. Nana’s Nola’s crunchy granola snack bites are available in two-ounce grab and go bags that can be easily enjoyed while driving, thrown into backpacks, lunch boxes or travel bags.
Nana’s Nola is being launched by long-time Oneonta, New York resident Marie Lusins, a former New York State recipient of the “Women of Distinction” award in 2010. Furthermore, Marie has served in public office and on numerous public and not for profit boards and currently serves on the Otsego County Board for the Office of the Aging.
For more information about Nana’s Nola, contact Marie Lusins, President at 1-888-224-2132 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOURI Bars are not just your average healthy snack bars. The company behind them is working with organizations like Stepping Stone International and Kids Against Hunger to help feed hungry kids. NOURI’s bars are made with the best quality, premium organic ingredients sourced from local farmers and contain no added chemicals or preservatives. They’re non-GMO, gluten free and vegan – 100 percent pure, simple, goodness with no added preservatives or flavorings. There’s also no high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, partially hydrogenated fats or MSG.
NOURI lives and breathes to make a difference in the lives of others: to inspire and to revolutionize by choosing ethical, quality ingredients while giving back to the community.
There are three varieties of NOURI Bars. The SUPER DELICIOUS APPLE CINNAMON SPICE BAR contains organic dates, organic peanut butter, cherries, peanuts, organic pumpkin seeds, hemp protein, organic vanilla extract and sea salt.
BY FAR THE BEST CHOCOLATE AND CREAMY CASHEW BAR contains organic dates, hemp protein, organic cashews, organic cashew butter, organic agave nectar, dark chocolate chips and organic vanilla powder.
YES, THIS IS A PEANUT BUTTER AND WILD CHERRY BAR contains organic dates, organic peanut butter, cherries, peanuts, organic pumpkin seeds, hemp protein, organic vanilla extract and sea salt. The 1.6-ounce bars are sold online at www.NouriBar.com for $29.99 for a box of nine bars, either assorted or in a single flavor per box. Shipping is free for orders over $50.
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Robert Rothschild Farm has recently achieved organic certification for its manufacturing facility located in Urbana, Ohio. Robert Rothschild Farm produces sauces, dips, preserves, mustards, spreads and other gourmet products that are all natural, gluten free and kosher.
“We are conscientious of current healthy lifestyles and want to provide the consumer what they desire,” said Jim Gordon, President & CEO of Robert Rothschild Farm. “We felt compelled to provide organic products that tasted great. Taste should not be compromised when seeking organic products using non-GMO ingredients.”
This year celebrates Robert Rothschild Farm’s 30th anniversary of producing specialty foods. “Creating organic products shows our commitment, not only to high-quality, flavorful products but taking our company to the next level,” said Gordon.
“Organic foods are a growing market in which Robert Rothschild Farm is well positioned to produce and provide these essential products,” said Gordon. “We look forward to leading the specialty food industry and bringing our consumers the finest in organic, open and serve products that they have come to expect from us.”
Robert Rothschild Farm is continually recognized as one of the top gourmet food manufacturers in the United States and has been honored with numerous awards for its branded product line, but the company also produces gourmet products under many private labels. “By obtaining our organic certification, we can expand our current product offering and extend organic production to our private label customers,” said Gordon.
Robert Rothschild Farm will initially introduce a new line of organic products at the upcoming Summer Fancy Food Show, June 29 – July 1, 2014. This new line of organic products will launch the beginning of the Robert Rothschild Farm movement to convert the majority of its current product offering to be organic certified.
Pacific Foods, a company most known for its soups, broths and non-dairy beverages, is expanding into the snacking category this year with Organic Hummus and Salsa Con Queso. Both are packaged in the brand’s signature Tetra Recart BPA-free cartons, allowing the shelf-stable dips to be conveniently positioned near the chips and jarred salsas – a first for a nationally distributed hummus!
Pacific’s Organic Hummus comes in three distinct flavors including Classic, Roasted Garlic and Roasted Red Pepper, and sets itself apart from the competition though the following characteristics:
Salsa Con Queso
Pacific’s gluten-free and vegetarian Salsa Con Queso leaves artificial flavors and preservatives at the door while still providing big cheese flavor by using real ingredients.
Pacific’s Hummus is now on shelves at select Whole Foods Markets and other natural grocers nationwide and its Salsa Con Queso is available now exclusively at Whole Foods Markets nationwide, with distribution expanding throughout the year ($3.39-$4.99 for 12.75 ounces).
Numi Organic Tea is launching a new product line: Turmeric Tea. Numi’s Turmeric Tea is the first full line of organic, fair trade, premium turmeric-focused blends on the market, and highlights its namesake ingredient’s earthy and robust flavor in a collection of four cleansing and refreshing herbal teasans.
An ancient root related to the ginger family, turmeric is native to Southeast Asia and is often found in curries, giving the food its brilliant, golden orange color. Turmeric has been used in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for centuries, and has surged in popularity over recent years as scientists have discovered its many health benefits.
Curcumin, the medicinal compound in turmeric, has been associated with numerous health effects. A powerful superfood, health experts such as Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Andrew Weil have written about turmeric’s positive effects on the mind and body.
The turmeric in Numi’s new blends is sourced from Madagascar, where Numi is the first brand to purchase Fair Trade certified ingredients from this specific farm group. Dedicated to improving the lives of people involved in every step of their business, Numi has contributed incremental funds to support the farm group’s Fair Trade certification process and has provided new tools such as knives, brushes, cleaning pans and bags for transporting raw materials from the farms to the processing factory. The first Fair Trade premiums are being invested in improved drinking water infrastructure there.
“Our love of tea, travel, and creativity has inspired us to blend unique ingredients and create new tea experiences,” says Ahmed Rahim, CEO, Co-founder, and chief alchemist for Numi Organic Tea. “Turmeric Tea is rich in this vital root and blended with 100 percent real ingredients for tasty aromatic flavors. This healthy tea tonic will revitalize, enrich and restore and can be enjoyed any time of day.”
Numi Turmeric Teas are certified organic, verified non-GMO, Fair Trade Certified, kosher and halal certified, and made with 100 percent real ingredients (not “natural” flavorings, or perfumes) including turmeric as the primary ingredient. Like all of Numi Organic Tea’s products, the Turmeric Tea blends are expertly crafted to not only be healthy but also exceptionally delicious. Consumers can choose from four enticing blends that are excellent served hot or iced:
Three Roots: Blending earthy turmeric, spicy ginger, and sweet licorice, Three Roots transports your senses to an exotic Indian Bazaar.
Golden Tonic: This uplifting blend of turmeric, lemon verbena and dried lime mingle for an exhilarating dance. Golden hues of turmeric have an earthy sweetness as the zesty citrus notes soar and enliven the senses.
Fields of Gold: The mellow richness of turmeric, the sweet calming notes of chamomile, and the lively zest of lemon myrtle reside in Fields of Gold.
Amber Sun: With a radiating, smooth richness, this blend of turmeric, rooibos, vanilla beans and a hint of cinnamon offers mellow apple notes with a sweet peppery zest.
Numi Organic Tea Turmeric Teas will be available to ship in August, 2014 to retail for a suggested price of $7.99.
The top-selling, 100 percent organic, cold-pressed juice brand in the Pacific Northwest, Vital Juice, is launching Vital Kids cold-pressed juices. A line of 100 percent organic, GMO-free, locally-crafted fruit and vegetable juices for kids, Vital Kids is currently available at Whole Foods Market, Metropolitan Market and other natural markets in Seattle and Portland.
Vital Juice promotes nutrition for the entire family and the new Vital Kids juices were specially-made to appeal to both kids and their parents. Parents can be confident that they are choosing the most nutrient-rich, organic juice available for their kids – without added sugar, puree or fillers. According to taste tests, the taste profile appeals to kids of all ages. Even picky kids are happy to drink juices made out of vegetables like spinach and beets.
Vital Kids is available in 10-ounce bottles for a suggested retail price of $5.99. Each bottle has kid-friendly packaging, with fun illustrations of lively produce mascots. Packed with vital nutrients, essential enzymes and 100 percent organic fruit and vegetable juice, the Vital Kids line features four unique flavors, including:
“Today’s parents and kids are more conscious about nutrition than ever,” said Edward Balassanian, Founder and CEO of Vital Juice. “Vital Kids was created because we think kids will enjoy the taste as much as parents will appreciate the nutrition.”
While other well-known juice brands may include sugars, sugar-substitutes, purees, concentrates, fillers and preservatives, Vital Juice offers fresh juices the way nature intended. All Vital Juice drinks are nutrient-dense – no fillers such as celery juice or apple juice, and the company never uses extracts from agave or vanilla.
Vital Kids is also available via Amazon Fresh in Seattle and coming soon to Los Angeles and San Francisco.
There is little or no decrease in the incidence of cancer associated with consumption of organic food, according to a large study from The University of Oxford and published in the British Journal of Cancer and featured in the June issue of Food Nutrition & Science. With the exception of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, there was no clear evidence that organically produced foods are less likely than conventionally produced foods to cause cancer.
“There are many reasons why people may choose organic food, including potential benefits for taste, health and the environment,” says Phil Lempert founder of Food Nutrition & Science and CEO of The Lempert Report. “This report raises other questions about cancer and overall health and nutrition habits that require ongoing research.”
Researchers looked at the relationship between the reported frequency of consumption of organic food and subsequent cancer incidence, both overall and for 17 individual cancer sites or types in a study of middle-aged women in the United Kingdom.
When researchers followed up with these woman nine years later, compared to the women who reported never eating organic food, there was actually a small increase (1.37 percent) in risk of breast cancer in women who reported always eating organics.
Also in this issue, food quality will suffer as carbon dioxide (CO2) levels continue to rise, according to a recent report from UC Davis. The report looked at wheat grown under elevated CO2 concentrations, lowering protein concentrations in wheat grain, rice grain, potato tuber and barley. Researchers expect that protein available for human consumption may diminish by about 3 percent as atmospheric CO2 continues to climb in the next few decades.
A cookout doesn’t really need much to make it a great time – some primal instinct reacts to the aroma and flavor of charcoal grilling and suddenly everything tastes good. But to truly elevate the experience D’Artagnan, the nation’s leading purveyor of all-natural and organic poultry and game, free-range and antibiotic- and hormone-free meats, recommends trading up in quality with premium meats for the ultimate backyard fete.
Giovanni Food Co. Inc. has earned Gluten-Free Certification from NSF International, a global public health organization, for its Greenview Kitchen organic pasta sauce, pizza sauce and bruschetta. The NSF Gluten-Free label is a signal to consumers with gluten intolerance or celiac disease that the product contains less than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten.
This is essential as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently published the final rule that sets a gluten limit of 20 parts per million (ppm) in foods labeled as “gluten-free,” “without gluten,” “free of gluten” or “no gluten.” The compliance date of this final rule is August 5, 2014. In 2011, NSF International developed a voluntary gluten-free standard and certification program, which verifies that certified products do not exceed this limit.
This certification helps Giovanni Food Co. meet the needs of consumers who need verification that the products they purchase are gluten-free. It is also significant to the company’s current private-label and contract manufacturing customers.
“It is important to our company that we provide consumers with products that have the attributes they are looking for,” said Louis DeMent, CEO of Giovanni Food Co. “Having this gluten-free certification, along with our recent non-GMO project verification, enables our brand, Greenview Kitchen, to stand out among the many others that are in the marketplace.”
To earn the certification, Giovanni Food Co. had to meet the requirements of the NSF Gluten-Free Certification Program by developing a gluten-free compliance plan for production and/or handling facilities and successfully pass both on-site facility audits and product testing. Supplier assurance, manufacturing practices and training methods were evaluated to verify the company’s ability to create products that meet the certification requirements. Random product samples were collected and tested at an NSF International laboratory to verify gluten levels are below the FDA limit.Facilities are audited and products are tested annually to confirm ongoing compliance to the program.
“NSF International developed this voluntary standard to provide consumers with a science-based gluten-free certification program they can trust,” said Jaclyn Bowen, General Manager, Agriculture and Specialty Food Programs at NSF International. “Earning NSF Gluten-Free Certification for its Greenview Kitchen organic pasta sauce, pizza sauce and bruschetta demonstrates Giovanni Food Co.’s dedication to meeting the needs of its customers as well as the gluten-free integrity of its products.”
Products meeting all certification requirements are authorized to bear the NSF Gluten-Free seal and are included on NSF International’s website to demonstrate the products are certified gluten-free.