Bizzy Coffee Shots
Bizzy’s mission is “to provide the highest quality and best tasting products . . . (and to) create organic, ethically-sourced, fair trade coffee products with no preservatives or anything fake.” They buy their coffee beans from Central and South American farmer-owned co-ops. Each bottle of Bizzy Coffee is cold-brewed to give it the right amount of caffeine (130-150 milligrams) with a delicious smooth flavor. For a boost of energy any time of the day, try all three flavors: black, caramel, and vanilla. Bizzy Shots can be found by the registers.
Made in Nature Figgy Pops
Figgy Pops are a chewy, bite-sized snack made from organic fruits, nuts, seeds, and spices. They are made with “real energy” ingredients, sweetened with organic maple syrup, and certified kosher. The Cranberry Pistachio flavor is crafted from tart cranberries, sun-dried apricots, crunchy pistachios, and sweet coconut. Choco Crunch is chock-full of organic cocoa and cacao nibs, dates, figs, seeds, and coconut. Tart Cherry Fig pops are made with tart cherries, figs, dates, walnuts, cashews, and coconut. Find these treats by the registers.
Kai Tea Iced Tea
Kai Tea is a family-run business operating out of Texas and Deary, Idaho. “Kai” is based on a Japanese term meaning "community”–an appropriate name given the personalized relationship the company has with their customers. They source their teas exclusively from United States Department of Agriculture certified organic growers in the most pristine tea growing regions of the world, including Sri Lanka, India and the U.S. All of their teas are hand-blended and packaged. In addition to their boxed loose leaf teas, Kai has recently added a line of iced teas. Look for these refreshing drinks in four flavors: mango, citrus green, lemon and hibiscus lemongrass.
Otto’s Cassava Flour
Also known as yuca, cassava is a delicious root vegetable that becomes the perfect alternative for wheat when dried and ground into flour. Otto’s cassava flour is gluten-, grain-, and nut-free. It has a clean, neutral flavor and can be substituted for wheat flour in the same proportions in most recipes. It is also Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) friendly and certified Paleo (officially third-party verified as meeting the tenets of Paleo—or hunter/gatherer—diet). Find this flour in the baking section in two-pound bags.
Purely Elizabeth Grain-Free and Probiotic Granola
Purely Elizabeth believes that “supporting our local and global community is integral to the health of our future” and that “good health goes beyond what we put in our mouths.” They make their granolas with high quality natural and organic ingredients, including ancient grains and superfood seeds. Their granolas are certified gluten-free, vegan, organic, and Non-GMO (genetically modified organisms) Project verified, and are also free of artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, and preservatives. As a certified B Corporation, they meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Look for Banana Nut Butter and Coconut Cashew grain-free granolas and Chocolate Sea Salt probiotic granola with the other cereals.
Ripple Non-Dairy Half and Half
With Ripple’s new non-dairy half and half, you can enjoy creamy, rich-tasting foods without the saturated fat and cholesterol found in dairy half and half. Instead, Ripple contains essential omega-6 fatty acids and omega-3 fatty acids from pure plant sources. Like Ripple’s milk, their half and half is made from pea protein with a blend of sunflower and algal oils (a vegetarian alternative to fish oil). As a certified B Corporation, Ripple believes in running their business in a sustainable way. All their products are vegan and free of lactose, nuts, soy, GMOs, and gluten. Two velvety flavors, original and vanilla, can be found in the milk cooler.