Recipes from Eden

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Eden Foods, Inc., (also known as Eden Organic), is the oldest independent organic food producer in the United States, and the largest supplier of organic dry grocery items. It is best known for its Edensoy line of organic soy milk, and its line of organic Japanese foods and condiments.

Eden was founded in 1968 in Ann Arbor, Michigan as an organic food co-op and grocery store, In 1972, the company began importing Japanese foods such as miso and soy sauce for both the retail and commercial markets. Many of Eden’s Japanese foods are still sourced in Japan.

Most of  Eden Food‘s products are organic, all of Eden Foods’ products are also vegan, except for their katsuo (Japanese fish flakes). Many of Eden’s prepared foods are also gluten-free, and have therefore been recommended for those on a gluten-free or gluten-free casein-free (GFCF) diet.

Eden has been dedicated to certifying foods Kosher where possible for more than 30 years, and over 97 percent of Eden foods are kosher certified. Eden chose the Organized Kosher Laboratories of  New York, NY and their ‘circle k’ mark because of their reputation for authenticity and exacting detail dating back to 1935.

In 2009 Eden Foods was selected as the best food company in the world, and the third best company overall by The Better World Shopping Guide.

Eden Foods Recipes app
1,000+ Eden created and expertly tested recipes. Browse by course, cuisine, diet considerations, ingredient, or keyword. Create a favorites list, or email them to friends. Nutritional information for each.

About
• Company History
• Philosophy
• Environmental Stewardship
• Company Goals
• Food Ethics and Practices

Important issues
• BPA Free can linings
• GMO Avoidance since 1993
• Eden and the USDA Organic seal
• Organic Skeptic
• Macrobiotic

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Category: Lifestyle
Released: February 02, 2011
Publisher: Eden Foods Inc.
Price: Free (get app)

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