What’s New March 2019

Cuchina Anitca – Chef Neil began working in the food industry, first as a restaurant owner and chef and then as the founder of Cucina Antica. In building Cucina Antica Foods Corp., his goal has been to offer a quality product that families can feel good about sharing, of building bonds around tables and food. Organic and Gluten Free, Low Fat Italiano, Red Wine Vinaigrette and Caesar, $4.49 ea.

La Terra Fina – Since 1983, we’ve been using quality ingredients to make food you’ll want to share. Because if we’ve learned anything in the kitchen, it’s that good food is at the center of every great get-together. Made with egg whites and cheese and milk ingredients are from cows not treated with rBST. Just heat and serve. Spinach Artichoke and Cheddar Broccoli. $8.99 23 oz. and $3.99 6 oz.

Apricot Sun – located in Carmel Indiana brings you naturally healthy heritage dishes, in hearty portions calibrated to fuel your active life. Gluten-free and precisely crafted, so you can relax and savor your own little taste of the Mediterranean. All natural and minimally processed. Mediterranean Eggplant and Mediterranean Lentil. $6.99 12.5oz

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