Our cheddar cheese comes from cows that are raised in the USA. The cheese is produced without the use of animal rennet, is free of dyes and colorants, and is from cows not treated with rBST hormones.
Our uncured bacon comes from pigs that are never given any antibiotics or fed animal by-products. The bacon never has added nitrate or nitrite (except that which naturally occurs in celery powder and sea salt), so it tastes great without having all those potentially nasty side effects.
Our beef is raised without antibiotics and is never fed animal by-products. Better yet, the beef in our single-serve bowls comes from North American ranchers who care as much about your food as you do.
Our green chiles are grown in the Hatch Valley of New Mexico. They’re flame-roasted, peeled, and packed to deliver pure goodness and authentic flavor.
Our truffles grow wild in the fertile woodlands of Italy, and they’re actually sniffed out by trained dogs right at the perfect moment of maturity. This aromatic tuber is often referred to as "The Scorzone"!
The eggs in our delicious breakfast products are from hens that have not been confined to a cage.
The udon noodle is an authentic Japanese-style wheat noodle with a thick and chewy texture that is pure deliciousness!
Our pork is raised without the use of antibiotics and never fed animal by-products.
We’re very choosy about our chicken, and that’s why we only select wholesome chicken that has been raised in North America, and always without the use of antibiotics or hormones.* Win-win. Cluck-cluck.
* Federal regulations do not permit the use of hormones in chicken.
We use tomatoes in various forms in many of our products. There’s been debate over whether tomatoes are a fruit or vegetable (the U.S. Supreme Court even weighed in at one point). Either way, they contain lycopene, one of the most powerful natural antioxidants… and that’s good enough for us.
Our broccoli naturally contains vitamins K and C. It might also positively impact the body’s detoxification system. Who knew cruciferous vegetables were that good? Well, Thomas Jefferson did. He recorded planting broccoli in 1767.
Our rice is naturally gluten free, and always cooked to perfection. Its carbohydrates act as fuel for the body. Talk about good carbs!
Beans contain complex carbohydrates and are a good source of protein and dietary fiber. And beans are the only cultivated plants that actually enrich soil, rather than deplete it, during the growing process.
Our mushrooms are loaded with essential nutrients. Plus, portabellas have a balance of protein and carbs, and are low in fat. Unlike plants, mushrooms do not require sunlight to make energy for themselves. Delicious and efficient!