Contributed by: NAPSA
Tasty new organic foods are driving consumers to the organic aisles.
(NAPSA) - As more Americans turn to organic foods out of personal health and/or environmental concerns, most would agree that when it comes to taste, the majority of organic cereals just don't measure up.
As a result, organic food providers have been focusing on making their products taste better, while maintaining the many benefits associated with organics.
"Mainstream consumers are unwilling to sacrifice taste for other benefits," says Tim Bennett, marketing manager of new business for Cascadian Farm, a 30-year-old leader in the organic industry. "Our focus is to offer consumers the best of both worldsÉorganic cereals that taste great and offer all the health benefits associated with foods made with whole grains."
According to the Food and Drug Administration, diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods-and low in total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol-may reduce the risk of heart disease and some cancers.
The company's cereals include:
All of the company's products are produced without the use of synthetic pesticides or synthetic chemicals.
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