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Eden Foods Organic Pasta Artichoke Ribbons - 8 oz (227 g) Eden Foods Organic Pasta Artichoke Ribbons are small batch ...
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Eden Foods Organic Pasta Artichoke Ribbons - 8 oz (227 g) Eden Foods Organic Pasta Artichoke Ribbons are small batch hand crafted at the Eden Organic Pasta Company, a Detroit landmark using traditional pasta making techniques and vintage Italian equipment ...
Eden Foods - Eden Shake Sesame and Sea Vegetable Seasoning - 2.1 oz. Eden Foods Eden Shake Sesame and Sea ...
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Eden Foods - Eden Shake Sesame and Sea Vegetable Seasoning - 2.1 oz. Eden Foods Eden Shake Sesame and Sea Vegetable Seasoning is a ready-to-use table condiment of roasted tan and black sesame seed, green nori flakes, and dried pickled red ...
Eden Foods Organic Moroccan Rice and Beans - 15 oz (425 g) Eden Foods Organic Moroccan Rice and Beans are ...
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Eden Foods Organic Moroccan Rice and Beans - 15 oz (425 g) Eden Foods Organic Moroccan Rice and Beans are Lundberg organic short grain brown rice and USA small farm organically grown garbanzo beans (chickpeas) prepared at Eden's certified organic ...

More About Eden Foods

Eden was founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1968 by a group of friends who were trying to source good food. They were motivated by their studies of a worldwide phenomenon centered upon macrobiotics and its principles of whole grains, plant based protein, and locally grown food produced without toxic chemicals, etc. Because they couldn't find this kind of food in the grocery stores, they started the Eden Food co-op, placing $200 orders to Erewhon in Boston and Chico-San in California. They also began traveling rural roads to find farmers who were interested in organic farming methods. The Eden co-op became a natural food store offering whole grains and beans, soyfoods, sea vegetables, miso, cereals, vegetable oils, sesame butter, nut butters, and the like.
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