Learn which items you should have in your basket this year.
December 03, 2015
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Out With the Old, In With the New!
Want to know what the next zoodles, swoodles, and alternative pasta options will be? We do, too! Let's take a look at the foods that'll have us swooning in 2016.
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Look for this sustainable superfood (including nori, kelp, arame, and kombu) in various guises: as snack chips, dehydrated flakes, or even sold fresh. It’s stocked with antioxidants and iodine, a vital nutrient you won’t find in many other food sources.
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These sweet suckers fight tooth decay by neutralizing acidity in your mouth—a great after-meal treat for kids and adults alike.
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Birch Tree Water
Loaded with potassium, zinc, magnesium, and electrolytes, this beverage is a lower-sugar alternative to soft drinks.
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Tio Gazpacho gives you tasty chilled soup in a bottle.
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The perfect alternative to those with nut allergies who still want to reap the benefits of these delicious, spreadables, packed with protein and healthy fats.
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Packaged Bone Broth
The streetside trend of 2015 is coming to your local grocery store.
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Fresh Hot Chiles
Recent studies indicate spicy foods are better for us than we ever knew.
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The next likely successor to the sriracha throne, the sweet notes in this Korean hot sauce pretty much guarantee it’ll be a hit with American palates.
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The gluten-free, low-cal alternative to traditional pastas.