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Our Top 5 Picks for February

By Elizabeth Leader Smith, February 5, 2014  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Elizabeth Leader Smith

Working at Whole Foods Market, I’m often asked by friends and family to single out my top picks for olive oil, cereal or snack foods. This happens to all of us here. The funny thing is, we don’t mind. We ask one another for recommendations too. After all, with all this good stuff throughout the store, a little guidance helps.

Here are a few of the goodies we’re eating, drinking and recommending this month.

Like all the products we sell, they have passed the testing and tasting and met our strict Quality Standards, meaning they’re free of hydrogenated fats and artificial preservatives, colors and flavors.

Brown Cow Greek Yogurt1.     Brown Cow Non-GMO 0% Greek Yogurt

Created exclusively for Whole Foods Market, Brown Cow has introduced a Non-GMO Project verified version of their creamy delectable Greek-style yogurt. An authentic straining process makes it extra thick and rich. Choose from Plain, Blueberry, Strawberry, Black Cherry, Pineapple, Lemon, Vanilla or Salted Caramel. (Yes, salted caramel!)

2.     Lotus Foods Rice Ramen

This quick-cooking ramen is great for making soups, stir-fries and noodle bowls. A twist on traditional Chinese-style noodles, Rice Ramen is made from specialty rice varieties instead of wheat. Simply add your favorite veggies and proteins for a complete meal. Choose Jade Pearl, Millet & Brown Rice, Forbidden Rice or Black Rice varieties.

Traditional Medicinals Dandelion Tea3.     Traditional Medicinals Organic Dandelion Teas

Take a sip and gain a new appreciation for dandelions, which offer a pleasantly mild flavor. Leaf & Root supports kidney function and healthy digestion, while EveryDay Detox supports liver and kidney function. They’re caffeine free and Non-GMO Project verified!

4.     Suju Elements Juice Blends

These raw fruit and vegetable juices are cold pressed, processed under pressure and available in three new blends — Jasmine Tea, Blue Dream and King of Greens. Notable, Suja Elements Cause Collective — a group of non-profits focused on health and nutrition, sustainability, conservation and human rights — receives a donation for each bottle sold. With a goal to raise $1 million per year, each flavor supports a different nonprofit organization. So drink up your fruits and veggies for a good cause!

Celestial Seasonings Tea5.     Celestial Seasonings Organic Fair Trade Estate Grown Teas

Sip consciousness. These new lines of Whole Trade® Guaranteed black, green and blended teas are made from Fair Trade tea leaves grown on the finest estates around the world. Choose robust, full-bodied English Breakfast; floral, malty Earl Grey; complex, balanced Pure Green; or subtly sweet and floral Jasmine Green. Or explore the rich, bold Perfect Trifecta a blend of Fair Trade black, green and white teas. Rukeri, a fermented black tea, gives it a robust, malty and floral flavor while the green leaves impart subtle sweetness while white tea adds delicate floral notes.

Which products from our stores are you recommending? Share in the comments below. 

Category: Grocery

 

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maryalice0084 says ...
I am looking for parsley seed, is it true it is good for kidney stones please advise
02/06/2014 12:59:05 PM CST
FoodieFood says ...
One of my local Whole Foods just brought in "the Gluten Free Bar" and their line of GFB Bites. They are like little round protein truffles and only about 50 calories each. That's perfect for me because I prefer mini-size protein bars for snacks. I have tried the chocolate coconut variety, and they are awesome!
02/06/2014 2:47:46 PM CST
Lisa says ...
Where can I buy the Celestial Seasonings Estate Pure Green Tea in the Bellevue Wa area?
05/23/2014 8:38:05 PM CDT
Nikki - Community Moderator says ...
@LISA - Since our products differ between stores, I would check directly with the Bellevue store at 425.462.1400 to see if they have this in stock!
05/26/2014 11:00:27 AM CDT