What’s New December 2018

Swerve is a great tasting, natural sweetener that measures cup-for-cup just like sugar – without the bitter aftertaste or digestive discomfort of other sweeteners. It’s perfect for baking, cooking and sweetening your favorite foods and beverages. Swerve is a unique blend of non-GMO ingredients that are derived from fruits and vegetables. It contains no artificial ingredients, preservatives or flavors.  Granular and Confectioners, $7.99

Republic of Tea Holiday Blends–Warm Up the Day Tea – Cozy up and sip this warm blend of fine black tea and autumnal spices -cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves. Energizing black tea wards off the chill of the crisp, fall season, and a splash of warm milk transforms this tea to pumpkin pie in a cup. Pumpkin spice, Caramel Apple, Hibiscus Cranberry and Hot Apple Cider, $8.99

Low carb Nush Snack Bars–Good news! Low-carb no longer means low-flavor, because our all-natural Nush cakes are truly bursting with it.  And only 2-4 net CarbsThe Pineapple Mango is tart and fruity. The Banana Nut will bring you right back to the good ol’ days of banana bread. And the Blueberry? Well — you won’t ever feel the need to have another sugary blueberry muffin! On top of that we have Peanut Butter (think cake-y cookie), Carrot Spice (so much like carrot cake!) and Cherry Almond (with chunks of cherry!). All of them are made with simple, good ingredients — with zero added sugar — and they’re also gluten-free.  $2.99

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