New Products 7/31 (NY)
New, fun, yummy, and interesting things hit our shelves every week. This week we’ve got everything from a great new line of ghee to the most amazing vegan cheesecakes. We are constantly researching tasting and filling our shelves with all the newest things our amazing industry has to offer. Count on us for the latest and greatest in the big wide world of natural, specialty and organic!
Organic Fresh Jackfruit – As requested by many, it is now available! Grown in Mexico, jackfruit is used as a vegan meat substitute, and also is delicious raw! The seeds are edible when you cook them separately, and we are cutting the edible part away from the tough white fiber and skin for ultimate convenience
Local Organic Cherry Tomatoes – From Juniper Hill Farm.
Chedz Gluten-free Cheese Snacks – Two flavors: mild and spicy.
Farm True Ghee – This ghee is made from 100% grass fed cows from Kriemhild Dairy in Hamilton, NY.
Lundberg Organic Biodynamic Short Grain Brown Rice
Healthy Living Whole Food Essentials Vitamin B-Complex – Produced from the probiotic yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae & combined with vegetable powders of tomato, kale, carrot, and spinach. Also contains “energy herbs” ginseng and green tea. Non-GMO, gluten-free, and vegan.
Bulletproof Brain Octane – Caprylic acid is naturally found in coconut oil in small quantities, and Brain Octane has concentrated it to provide the purest energy source possible. Brain Octane rapidly provides mental and physical energy, powering your day by keeping you satisfied and free from food cravings. Add it to your daily routine, and experience the state of high performance. Distilled from 100% pure coconut oil.
Forager Project Cashew Alternatives – We’ve brought in a few new items from Forager Project. Cashew Milk, Cashew Kefir, and additional flavors of the Cashewgurts. Starting with the creamiest nut (the cashew), these dairy-free milks are free of lactose, gluten and soy. They’re also, plant-based, gum free, kosher, organic and of course, non-GMO. The live probiotic cultures make the Kefir a unique drinkable yogurt alternative.
GT’s Liberty Limited Edition Flavor – Liberty is a sweet summer blend of watermelon, cherry and lime. A limited time flavor available through Labor Day, but this is more than just a seasonal flavor. GT’s aim is to use this platform to celebrate Liberty on a much broader scale. This summer, GT’s is asking people to share what Liberty means to them by posting a photo or video on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter with #LibertyForAll and tagging @GTsKombucha. For each post, the company pledges to donate $1 to the ACLU-up to $50,000. The goal of this campaign is to spark an impactful conversation by shining light on the importance of individual freedom of expression and equal liberties for all people.
Miyoko’s Creamery Smoked VeganMozz – Just like a traditional mozzarella di buffalo, this cashew-based vegan version is the perfect answer for everything from pizzas (yes, it melts and browns), to Caprese salad and paninis. The smokey flavor will also add depth to everything from bruschetta to melting in pasta and risotto.
Deelicious Raw Vegan Cheesecakes – Deelicious Raw produces raw, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free food products. These vegan cheesecake slices are an excellent option to bring to the track. Made only from pure Vermont Maple Syrup, organic virgin coconut oil, their own homemade almond milk, raw cashews, raw walnuts, raw pecans, California dates, vanilla extract, and cinnamon. There are no preservatives in any of their products, and every cheesecake is made by hand, one at a time. We have all four flavors available: Maple, Key Lime, Lemon, and Cacao.
Farmwise Veggie Rings – From the company that makes Veggie Fries comes this new addition. They do in fact taste like an onion ring you would get at your favorite diner. These are guilt-free, and taste delicious. Free of the top 8 allergens, Non-GMO ingredients, no gluten or wheat ingredients, and vegan.
Campo De Montalban – Campo de Montalban is a semi-firm to firm Spanish cheese made from a blend of cow, sheep and goat milk in La Mancha. This cheese resembles manchego in texture and appearance, and until 1985 was in fact considered a manchego. However, the characters of all three milks are more noticeable.