Can you recommend a widely available organic food brand?
Topic: Can you recommend a widely available organic food brand?
October 23, 2019 / By Acey Question:
I enjoy eating organic when possible (and affordable) and I often buy the O Organics brand of food available at Safeway. Are there any other brands of USDA certified organic foods that are fairly affordable and widely available at major grocery stores like Safeway, Top Foods, Fred Meyer, etc.?
Please, no answers about how organic food is a "scam." Also, I do shop at farmer's markets and health food stores occasionally. I am just wondering about the major grocery stores like I said above.
Best Answers: Can you recommend a widely available organic food brand?
Sophy | 5 days ago
cascadian farm...ive tried their granola and some of their cereal and all of it was very good tasting. i see it everywhere vons (safeway) /ralphs/albertsons etc.
amy's is very good too for frozen food...try their bean and cheese burritos (red wrapper) and vegetable lasagna especially
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When I buy jarred baby food, I usually buy Earth's Best because it is the most readily available where I live, and the least expensive. I buy HAPPYBELLIES baby cereal, though: It's organic, whole-grain, and fortified with probiotics and DHA. But, for the most part, I make my own baby food using organic produce. It's much less expensive that way. The baby is also getting the same food I eat, right from the get-go -- so that, other than a gradual change in texture, there will never really be a transition to "table food."
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Here are some.
Heinz owns Hain, Breadshop, Arrowhead Mills, Garden of Eatin', Farm Foods, Imagine Rice and Soy Dream, Casbah, Health Valley, DeBoles, Nile Spice, Celestial Seasonings, Westbrae, Westsoy, Little Bear, Walnut Acres, Shari Ann's, Mountain Sun, Millina's Finest, etc.
Kraft owns Boca Foods and Back to Nature.
Coca-Cola owns Odwalla.
Pepsi owns Naked Juice.
Hershey Foods owns Dagoba.
M&M Mars owns Seeds of Change
Kellog owns Kashi and Morningstar Farms
General Mills owns Cascadian Farm and Muir Glen
ConAgra owns Lightlife
I work for a company that distributes food products.
Lets just say, there is no bigger scam out there than "ORGANIC".
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their is a brand that is called 365 it is the most popular one there is also Ezequiel for like breads and grains and stuff... they sell them at most trader joes and whole food makets
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There aren't too many organic options. Many natural food stores will have organic pet foods, but beware - organic isn't always the same thing as healthy for your cat. Many of the organic dry foods are high in corn and other grains, which really aren't appropriate to feed to a cat. They are obligate carnivores, and need meat. The corn may be organic, but it's still corn! Pro Plan isn't the greatest of foods, but it's better than what you'll find in the grocery store. The only organic food that I can think of right now is Newman's Own - really a pretty decent food and not too hard to find. Most of the best cat food brands fall into the 'holistic' category rather than 'organic'. Some of the better brands here include Wellness and Innova's EVO.
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