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July 6, 2017

Lupa’s Maple Bliss Sprouted Nut Clusters

by Anne Paddock

Georgia is the largest supplier of pecans in the United States with about 100 million pounds produced annually (that’s a lot of pecans but only a third of what Americans consume annually).  Although pecans are often associated with pie, shortbread, and pralines, the rich buttery flavor of a pecan is also delicious toasted, blended with dark chocolate, added to a salad, or used to make clusters – a blend of ingredients that just taste awesome together.

Lupa’s Kitchen of Atlanta, Georgia makes Lupa’s Maple Bliss Sprouted Nut Clusters with locally grown organic Georgia pecans, organic walnuts, organic Grade A 100% pure maple syrup, and organic Saigon Cinnamon. Sweet, crunchy, nutty, and delicious Lupa’s Maple Bliss Sprouted Nut Clusters are unlike other nut clusters because they are unadulterated with only real organic ingredients. No refined sugars or artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners, and absolutely nothing to hide the incredible flavor of nuts, maple syrup, and cinnamon.

Sold in 6 ounce resealable packets for about $15.99, Lupa’s Maple Bliss Sprouted Nut Clusters can be purchased directly from Lupa’s Kitchen (www.lupaskitchen.com) where 4 packets are $59.99. The packets are also available at grocery stores in the southeast including Whole Foods Markets. To read more about Lupa’s Kitchen, go to the company website:  www.lupaskitchen.com.

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