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Naturally Healthy spring 2017

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MARCH 2017 n SPECIAL SHOW ISSUE Continued on Page 194 Continued on Page 194 An interview with Lecia Duke, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Quintes- sential Choco- lates Inc. GN: Tell our readers about what makes your company's products so special. LD: We use a centuries-old art form of casting 'Liqueur Praliné' for our European-style liquid-center At Alpine Valley Bakery, the se- cret to quality is to keep it simple: only use the best organic ingredi- ents to make healthy and delicious products. The company stands by its promise to never use artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors or preservatives. Its products are full of whole grains, are USDA or- ganic and Non-GMO Project Ver- ified. Made using only clean and simple ingredients, its products will deliver not only nutrition, but Continued on Page 178 Continued on Page 192 Do you want to create and enjoy tasty and satisfy- ing, yet healthy foods? Try Yor- ganics! Yorganics is a new, versa- tile organic spice blend that infuses any meal with bright and bold fla- vors. The first blend is Herbal Salt, a premium seasoning salt made from Himalayan Salt. Himalayan Salt comes from the Himalayan moun- tain range which stretches across Asia. A few million years ago, sea An interview with Jess Hilbert, Co- Founder, Red Duck. GN: Red Duck has brought excite- ment to condiments with ketchups and barbecue sauces – why taco sauce? JH: Who doesn't love tacos? I grew up with super fond memories of 'taco night' at our house. The unique flavors and textures that Continued on Page 194 Continued on Page 194 Continued on Page 186 Continued on Page 188 Protein. It's been one of the hottest nutri- tion trends in recent years. Once more of a niche focus for athletes, the perceived health ben- efit of protein has broadened and today consumers across many de- mographic groups are looking for new and interesting ways to boost their protein intake. Just a few years ago, eating more protein meant eating more chicken breast or a simple protein powder. Being healthy never tasted so good. Gum- mies are a great solution for children to get impor- tant nutritional support and for adults who don't like swallowing supplements or who just want to make taking their vitamins deli- cious and fun. Here are a few of Carlson's favorite options on its growing list of gummy vitamins: Calcium + D3 Gummies Kid's Calcium + D3 Gummies K i t c h u n ™ Grain Free Food Co. may be new on the block, but is no novice to producing delicious grain-free snack foods. It is co-owned by two LeCordon Bleu Pastry Chefs and friends that have been business partners for 10 years producing de- licious confectionary treats. The two launched Kitchun in 2015 with a vision to inspire people to join the healthy snacking move- ment by pushing the boundaries Third-gen- e r a t i o n f a m i l y owned and operated Clover Stor- netta Farms has rebranded with a new name – Clover Sonoma. As a leader in the dairy industry, the re- freshed name honors the com- pany's heritage supporting Sonoma County family dairy farmers, and the community, while looking ahead to Clover's ex- panded product distribution to Southern California and beyond. Clover Sonoma is a beloved Continued on Page 194 Continued on Page 192 An interview with Dave Mar- son, Founder, Nature's Bak- ery. GN: Tell our readers about Na- ture's Bakery. DM: Nature's Bakery is an on- the-go snacks and food brand founded in 2010 by myself and my son, Sam. We are located in Reno, Nevada. We believe in using qual- ity, thoughtful ingredients; our Suzanne's Spe- cialties has been supplying alterna- tive sweeteners to the health food and industrial food markets since 1984. Its offerings include brown rice syrup, clarified rice syrup, tapioca maltodextrin, rice maltodextrin, rice syrup solids, tapioca syrup, agave syrup, inulin, cane sugar, invert syrups, mo- lasses, honey, barley malt syrup and coconut sugar. It also has the Alpine Valley Bread is Now Alpine Valley Bakery Quintessential Offers Hand-Crafted Chocolates Red Duck Unveils New Line of Organic Taco Sauces Yorganics Spice Blends Provide Bright, Bold Flavor Clover Stornetta Rebrands to Clover Sonoma Kitchun Grain-Free Food Makes You Feel Good about Snacking Gummy Vitamins for Grown-Ups and Kids from Carlson New Whey 2 Be! Protein Cookies Deliver Protein Punch, Great Taste Alternative Sweeteners from Suzanne's Specialties Nature's Bakery Introduces Certified Organic Snacks

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