Eden Foods started in the 1960s when a group of friends realized they were having difficulty finding natural foods that weren’t stuffed with preservatives. From that group sprung a mission: to walk down as many dirt roads as it took to find farmers using organic farming methods. Since those long walks, Eden has grown substantially. The company pays farmers directly and provides a host of organic whole grains, beans and nut butters.
If you want to make a pasta sauce so good you'll shed a tear, then make sure to add Muir Glen's Fire Roasted Organic Diced Tomatoes. Open flame blackens the skin of ripe whole tomatoes, searing in the unique flavour.
You can use Eden’s Aduki Beans in a variety of ethnic dishes, including soups, stews, salads and dips. These certified organic aduki beans are soaked overnight and thoroughly cooked before being canned with zero chemical additives.
Reach for Yves' Organic Whole Kernel Golden Corn the next time you need to prepare a quick side dish. Perfect for the health-conscious consumer, this corn is low in fat, cholesterol-free and convenient to make.
Roast Bombay Dine’s Chick Peas in the oven, or sautee them with olive to create a delicious, healthy afternoon snack. You can add these organic chick peas to almost any meal to give it an extra boost of protein.
Eden soaks their organic navy beans overnight, then thoroughly cooks the beans and cans them with purified water. Their navy beans are rich in healthy fibre and a good source of iron, protein, magnesium and zinc.
At Muir Glen, they believe the best food comes when you create a partnership with nature. That's why they don't just spend their time growing juicy, ripe tomatoes, they also make sure to treat the earth with compassion by encouraging pollinators and composting.
Make your next meal brilliant by using Native Forest's Quartered & Marinated Artichoke Hearts. Extra virgin olive oil, wine vinegar and a robust blend of Italian spices give these artichoke hearts their unforgettable flavour.