GUIDE: National

Health-Conscious Grub

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    Be Mixed

    Searching for all-natural, sugar-free alternatives to the vodka sodas of their past, Cristina Ros Blankfein and Jennifer Ross decided they’d be better off making their own. And these ladies have taken the hitches out of happy hour without spoiling the fun. READ REVIEW

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    California Avocados Direct

    Do we have to tell you why you want a box of creamy, delicious and fresh from the farm avocados from California delivered to your door? READ REVIEW

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    California Olive Ranch

    Farmers “quickly harvest and press olives at their peak. The result is some of the freshest single-varietal oils and blends we've tasted. ”—Saveur READ REVIEW

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    Calivirgin

    A passion project for generations of the Coldani family, the Coldani Olive Ranch was created to share the flavor of their estate-grown, pristinely milled oils. READ REVIEW

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    Early Bird Foods & Co.

    The secret to good granola? “I put olive oil in everything,” Nekisia Davis told the New York Times, and we have no intention of trying to stop her. READ REVIEW

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    Farm to People

    Founded by entrepreneurial father-son duo David and Michael Robinov, the online grocer Farm to People is dedicated to making it easier for people to buy from small-batch artisan producers and farmers. READ REVIEW

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    GoodBites

    Angelica Xavier dove into the world of raw, vegan, gluten-free superfoods in order to combat Hashimoto’s Disease. On a mission to replace the processed foods, sugars, and preservatives in her diet with natural alternatives, Angelica knew she was onto something once her snacks had won over the appetite of her son—and so GoodBites was born. READ REVIEW

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    Norm's Farms

    Norm’s Farms grows the North American native elderflowers that go into their Elderflower Syrup and Elderflower Ginger Syrup—near-magical ingredients that can be used to make delicious cocktails, homemade sodas, and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as wedding cakes. READ REVIEW

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    Pipcorn

    Miniature versions of any food are somehow always that much harder to resist, and Pipcorn’s downright diminutive popcorn is so good you might just find yourself eating it with a spoon. READ REVIEW

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    Rick's Picks

    With snazzy names like Phat Beets (aromatic pickled beets), Kool Gherks (whole dill pickles), and Hotties (spicy Sriracha pickle chips), Rick’s products definitely appeal to adventurous palates. READ REVIEW


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