What’s New July 2019 (mid-month)

Jilz Crackers – Our crackers are made with Organic sesame seeds, Organic tapioca flour, Organic almond flour, Organic sunflower seed flour, Organic chia seeds, Organic flax seeds, Organic apple cider vinegar and seasonings. Our product contains no GMO’s. Gluten, Grain, Dairy, Soy, and Corn free. Original, Tuscan, Mediterranean, $4.49. Reg. $5.49.

  • Paleo friendly and Vegan
  • No preservatives or artificial colors
  • Non-GMO

Waterloo Sparkling Water – In 1839 shortly after the Texas Revolution, a tiny hamlet on the banks of the Colorado River was chosen as the capital of the new Republic of Texas. That special place was known as Waterloo and it was the birthplace of a new beginning. In 1845, Waterloo was renamed Austin. In the spirit of that new way forward, we’re proud to introduce a new kind of Revolution. Watermelon, Grape, Strawberry, Black Cherry, Lime and Grapefruit. Zero Calories. $2.99 8/pack. Reg. $3.99.

Boost Oxygen – Unlike stimulants and energy drinks that contain caffeine and sugars that can actually harm the body over time, Boost Oxygen provides pure oxygen in a convenient form. When deprived of oxygen, performance of the body and mind can suffer. Boost Oxygen provides a convenient source of 95% pure, Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen. Increased oxygen intake has been reported as the natural health and well-being aid that promotes energy, mental acuity, increased capacity for exercise (and quicker recovery), as well as boosting the immune system. Natural, Peppermint, Pink Grapefruit and Menthol Eucalyptus. $7.99. Reg. $9.99.

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