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January 22, 2018

Organic Freeze-Dried Blueberries

by Anne Paddock

With the holidays behind us, we all strive to make healthier choices in the new year although our cravings don’t just magically go away when the calendar flips from December to January.

We still want sweet, delicious, crunchy snacks but instead of eating that whole bag of kettlecorn that keeps staring at you from the pantry, consider Organic Freeze-Dried Blueberries by Homegrown Organic Farms (HGO) – part of a family of companies representing 80 different organic growers farming more than 4,000 acres in California.

Organic Freeze-Dried Blueberries by HGO are grown and made in America, are vegan, have no sugar added, are certified organic and raw, and are made with exactly one ingredient:  organic blueberries. Crunchy, incredibly tasty, sweet, and addicting, Organic Freeze-Dried Blueberries are nature’s candy and according to the growers these berries have been known to cause severe cases of wanting more.

Taste a few of these delicious crunchy blueberries and immediately you want another handful. Toss a few on top of cereal, oatmeal, your favorite yogurt or ice cream, and even a salad to add a touch of sweetness and crunch.

HGO’s Organic Freeze-Dried Blueberries are sold in 1.2 ounce resealable packets (“keep it sealed to keep ’em crunchy”) nationwide at fine grocery stores including Earth Fare but can also be purchased on-line at Amazon (www.Amazon.com) where the 1.2 ounce packet is $6.99.  Twelve 1.2 ounce packets are $59.88 ($4.99 per packet).

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