When the USDA Organic seal was introduced in 2000, it quickly gave consumers a clear way to differentiate pesticide-free fruits and veggies with their sprayed counterparts. Now, the sheer variety of food standards, certifications, and labels can cause even the most educated consumer to do a double take when they’re strolling grocery store aisles.
If goji berries (pronounced “go-gee”) aren’t part of your superfood pantry yet, get ready for a treat. Also known as “wolfberries,” goji berries are primarily grown in the Himalayan regions of Tibet and Mongolia, and in addition to being found in many traditional Asian dishes, goji berries have been used medicinally to help support everything ...
[schema description]It’s 5 o’clock somewhere, so get shaking with a fruity and festive martini made with OJ, vodka, and pomegranate powder that lends an extra boost of vitamin C. The pink hue is perfect for holiday parties—just double or triple the recipe when you have company coming.[/schema]
In 1989, Crofter’s Organic planted roots along the rugged shoreline of the Georgian Bay (just north of Toronto) and set out to make one thing: the best jam. “Strawberries are probably the most quintessential fruit in the jam makers tool kit,” said Dan Latka, Director of Sales and Marketing. But he was quick to point ...
[schema description]Popsicles might not have a wholesome reputation, but wait until you try this dairy-free recipe that alternates flavors of creamy coconut and sweet cherry, protein powder included! (And you can’t even taste it.) Summer heat? We say bring it on. [/schema]
[schema description]Introducing lemonade’s first cousin, pineapple and vanilla soda! This sweet tropical drink warms pineapple juice, honey, and vanilla bean on the stove to get the flavors dancing, then serves it chilled over ice with a splash of sparkling water. Cheers! [/schema]
From cupcakes to latkes, put this naturally sweet ingredient to good use all year long! Whether you want to make it yourself or sneak it into baked goods, here are all the tips and recipes you need to cook with applesauce.
[schema description]Here’s a sweet take on breakfast, inspired by a favorite dessert duo! The creamy base is made with almond milk, banana, dates, and vanilla protein powder, and the fruity sauce blends strawberries, raspberries, more protein powder, and a touch of honey. Swirl it, sip it, and sprint out the door.[/schema]
[schema description]Have you met the new dairy-free milk alternative on the block? Hello, pea milk! Each serving delivers 8 grams of plant-based protein, plus calcium and iron. When blended with sweet honey, ripe mango, and ground cardamom, it transforms into an frothy lassi, a popular Indian drink.[/schema]
[schema description]Skip the artificially flavored fruit roll-ups—our homemade recipe is the real deal. This chewy, fruity, and wholesome snack has no sugar added and is made with just two simple ingredients: Fresh strawberries and raw, unstrained honey. So you can say goodbye to preservatives and hello to snacking how it should be—healthy and worry-free![/schema]
[schema description]We love adding herbs to desserts just to throw a little excitement into the typical sweetness—and this apricot-thyme galette is no exception. This pastry of this free-form tart gets some extra crispiness from cornmeal, while the filling of fresh apricots swimming in preserves remains delightfully gooey.[/schema]
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