Golden Girl Granola April 2nd, 2015

Golden Girl Granola

Golden Girl Granola—as its name suggests—is golden in every way.

With a golden, brown color, each crunchy variety is as delicious as the next. The granola is all-natural whole-grain, non-GMO, dairy-free, cholesterol-free, casein-free, trans-fat free, wheat-free and has no preservatives, artificial color or flavors. It comes in a variety of flavors: Chocolate Decadence, Creative Cranberry, Forest Maple, and our favorite, Home Sweet Honey.

The Home Sweet Honey variety uses wildflower honey purchased from a local apiary in Billerica, Mass.

Golden Girl Granola started in 2007 as a way to participate in a hometown farmer’s market in Carlisle, Mass. The company began by making small batches of crunchy, homemade granola, and can now be found in stores throughout New England.

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The Sweet Truth Behind How Honey is Harvested March 30th, 2015

From the honey bee to the honey you put into you baked goods, beverages, snacks, candy and dairy products, the harvesting of honey is a multifaceted story.

This great infographic takes you through how honey is harvested and the multiple benefits this great product has as an energy booster, skin care product and cough soother.

Download the Story of Honey Infographic!

The Story of Honey

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Paleo and Honey: A Winning Combination March 26th, 2015

Paleo and Honey: A Winning Combination

The Paleo Diet is booming and food, dairy, beverage and candy processors are developing new products to satisfy Paleo-dietary cravings, which are based on the food choices of early humans.

Paleo practitioners eat only meat, fish, vegetables, eggs, healthful oils and nuts and seeds. All processed foods, dairy products and grain products are not part of the Paleo plan. Refined sugars are out, but honey is one sweetener that makes the diet plan.

Simply put, if a caveman couldn’t eat it, neither should you. Check out these Paleo-approved options below that owe their flavor in part to honey.

Julian Bakery’s Paleo Bread – Honey

Julian Bakery takes its name from the small California town it was founded in—Julian. Since its founding in 1990, Julian Bakery has grown to be the largest Paleo food manufacturer dedicated to producing low carb, gluten-free, grain-free and GMO-free options. While many traditional breads may be out if you go Paleo, this Paleo bread will make you forget any other kind exists.  Each slice is soft and sweetened with organic honey.

Republic of Tea’s Organic USDA Lemon Green Tea with Honey Full-Leaf

Founded in 1992, the Republic of Tea set out on a mission to make tea the drink of choice of people everywhere. The California-based company considers itself to be an independent republic, hence its name, and views its customers to be its citizens. This tea company offers a wide variety of tea flavors sourced from gardens around the world. Their Organic USDA Lemon Green Tea has antioxidants, nutrients and contains honey, which makes it even more delicious. Plus, you can drink it any time of the day and not suffer from caffeine overload or the dreaded afternoon caffeine crash.

Pure7 Chocolate Bar

Pure7, founded in 2012 in a Carlisle, Mass. farmhouse, is committed to creating artisan chocolate using only all-natural ingredients. This women-owned company produces chocolate bars made with organic, pure ingredients including honey. From Pure Dark Chocolate to Orange Goldenberry, there is likely to be a flavor that will satisfy your sweet tooth!

Almond Breeze Hint of Honey

Dairy is not part of the Paleo diet but dairy substitutes, such as nut milks, are allowed. One good option is almond milk, and the Almond Breeze brand recently debuted two new almond milk flavors that are slightly sweeter—Hint of Honey and Hint of Honey Vanilla.

Nogii Paleo Bar

The Paleo Bar is part of a family of gluten-free products offered by Nogii. Elisabeth Hasselbeck founded Nogii after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2009. Each bar is made with honey and a variety of fruit and nuts depending on which of the three flavors you choose. Nuts about Nuts, Nuts about Berries and Nuts about Tropical Fruit all come in at 200 calories or less, making this snack guilt-free and diet-friendly.

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