What’s New? OCTOBER 2021

PROPELLO LIFE

Propello Life is a small, family-owned business that formulates premium, natural supplements that meet the standards we hold our food to. All products are non-GMO, free of artificial ingredients, simple, and delicious. Whether you are a weekend warrior, yogi, triathlete, professional athlete, adventurer or a fitness minded parent chasing your kids around, their products will fit easily into your healthy, natural diet. In Latin, Propello means “motivated,” so they chose the name Propello Life to stand for “motivated life.” Their mission is to inspire, educate, and fuel active lives. “Wherever you are, we are here to meet you.” 10% OFF this month! Dairy-free, gluten-free, sugar-free, soy-free.  For their amazing story, check out: www.propellolife.com/pages/about-us 

 

INDIE COFFEE ROASTERS

In January 2018, Indie Coffee Roasters opened their first coffee shop in Carmel Indiana. Now we carry their delicious coffees for you to enjoy at home! ICR continuously searches the world for unique single-origin coffees. Sustainable farming practices world-wide enable the local coffee farmers to make a dependable living off their produce which is important to ICR. Try one their new delicious coffee beans to start your day off with a sigh of satisfaction! Note: Beans can be ground in our grinder. (free)  $12.99-$15.99 (8oz-12oz)

EAT SURREAL

Local-based Eat Surreal, was born out of a desire for healthy options when you’re on the go. Their spreads and cheeseballs are plant-based, nut-free, and gluten-free. All created in small batches, produced with fresh, whole ingredients. Enjoy their Pimento Spreads (Begins with sunflower seeds and finishes with a special blend of umami) or their Amazeballs (Plant-based, nut-free, gluten-free cheeseballs without the cheese!) Both are available in original or spicy. Try these indulgences that everyone can enjoy!   $7.99

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