Enter into the world of Non GMO splendor. If you listen closely, you can hear the sound of an angel batting its wings, a unicorn’s tail wagging in the wind, and my heavy breathing as I come up for air after each Non GMO gulp & chew. It’s a wonderful world to be in, my friends. Let’s examine this much sought-after place where Non GMO foods dwell. Lean in a little closer. Let me show you what I mean…
THE BETTER CHIP: SPINACH & KALE
I’m going to skip all the fancy introductions and get right to the point: Spinach & Kale Better Chips are THE MOST tastiest, THE MOST heartiest, THE MOST satisfying. Made with corn masa and infused with bits of spinach & kale so large, I really can’t call them “bits”. Perhaps “veggie bits on steroids” is a better way to describe it. Your stomach’s life will be complete only after you bite into one and try it for yourself. All other tortilla chips are inferior. I declare this to be fact. If you see these in the store, pick up one bag for yourself and 15 bags for me. I’m not ashamed to admit I hid The Better Chip bag from the greedy family to consume the chips in solitude. If hiding the bag is wrong, I don’t wanna be right.
More info at: TheBetterChip.com
ORGANIC VALLEY MILK
Dammit! This milk is expensive — almost $5 for a 1/2 gallon — but since GMO-infested milk was next on my list to eliminate from my home, I had to make that move towards the Organic Valley. Their milk is both organic and non-GMO. It’s sourced from a co-op of family farmers, NOT from a big corporation. We still do almond milk, which is slightly cheaper, yet regular milk has its place in our kitchen.
Check out these statements from Organic Valley:
“The family farmers have not and will never knowingly or willingly utilize genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in any of our products, processes or feed. We have held this position since our inception in 1988.”
“By keeping family farmers on the land, you are protecting your right to choose foods produced the way you want them produced—a way that ensures quality, health, humane animal treatment, and the stewardship of our environment. Because we are a cooperative, we are under no obligation to answer to stockholders demanding higher profits year after year. On the contrary, we listen to nature and the wisdom of generations of organic family farming.”
More info at: OrganicValley.coop
There you have it. Can ya feel the splendor?