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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Arico Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Cookies

I found another vendor of gluten-free, dairy-free, everything natural, even Kosher-certified snacks, Arico Foods. (Not vegan, though, because they contain eggs.) They use brown rice quinoa flour in place of wheat.

Arico says about itself:

Arico Products are free of: gluten, wheat, casein, dairy, trans fat, refined sugars, preservatives and colorings.

They have three lines.

Arico gluten-free casein-free healthy bars are available in four flavors: Almond Cranberry, Chocolate Chunk, Double Chocolate, and Peanut Butter. Each sleeve of Arico Bars contains twelve individually wrapped 1.4 oz cookie bars, made for the grab-and-go convenience. Arico: ingredients for mindful snacking.

Each of Arico gluten-free casein-free family-pack of cookies weighs 4.8 oz. Order is per case, and each case contains six family-packs. The re-closable pack ensures freshness and highest quality before and after opening. Arico: ingredients for mindful snacking.

Arico gluten-free casein-free cassava chips are available in four flavors: Original, Sea Salt Mist, Barbeque, and Ginger on Fire. Each case of Arico Cassava Chips contains twelve 5 Oz. bags. Originally consumed in ancient South American civilizations, cassava is a root plant that grows like potato. From the Amazon basin, its cultivation spread to greater Latin America, Asia, and Africa thousands of years ago. Today, cassava is a staple food consumed by more than 500 million around the world. With twice the fiber and 40% less fat than the leading potato chips, Arico Cassava Chips offer a light, crispy addictive crunch that will delight your senses.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi! I have orderd from this place twice and am very pleased to share. They have great kosher organic and natural food products.
Here is a link
p.s. I used a code try if it works for you bldc08