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Do you <3 Natural & Organics? We Know We Do!

Erin

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May 18th, 2014

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We <3 all of our Natural and Organic products we carry*, but these made our hearts skip a beat this week:
*Not all products are yet available at all Albertsons locations.

1. Barbara’s Snackimals - These animal cookies will be a hit with the kids!  And they’re organic too!  Bring some home and give your kids a snack you won’t feel guilty about.

2. Aloe Gloe - I know you’re probably thinking, “What is aloe water??” Well, it’s high in vitamins and minerals, it helps aid digestion and it tastes pretty darn good too.  Give it a try!

3. Organic Asparagus - Full of flavor and full of good-for-you nutrients!  Try it pan seared or grilled; we just can’t get enough of it!

4. Wholesome Sweetener Organic Blue Agave Nectar - If you’re not big on sugar but still want some sweet, this is a great alternative!  It’s made from organic agave and is great in coffee, tea or even on cereal!  Give it a try!

5. Chia Pod - Chia seeds are an excellent source of protein and fiber.  This company has made them into a tasty snack!  All natural ingredients and vegan, this little treat is delicious and packs a punch in nutrition!

2 Responses to Do you <3 Natural & Organics? We Know We Do!

  1. David Jordan 22/05/2014 at 9:27 am

    Everyone is using the word “Organic” Way Too Often! The Only thing that Organic actually means is that something is animal or vegetable and not metallic or mineral. Some people will say that it means vegetables that are grown using natural fertilizers such as animal fecal matter mixed with rotted vegetable matter instead of using man-made mineral based fertilizers. Personally, I don’t think eating something that started out covered with ****is very appealing. Please, Stop overusing the word ” organic”, it’s making me ill. Thank you.

    • Customer Care Customer Care 22/05/2014 at 3:04 pm

      Thank you for taking the time to share your comments with us, David. When we refer to “organic” products or produce, we are referencing the fact that these items are produced using conservation practices that protect soil, water, and air. For more information on what “Organic” means to us and many others in the grocery industry, please feel free to check out our March Blog post “Understanding Organics: Fruits & Vegetables” at http://www.albertsons.com/2014/03/understanding-organics-fruits-vegetables/ – We hope you have a good rest of the day! ~Kimberly

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