Benefits of Using Organic Ingredients in Your Foodservice Recipes

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Organic products have shifted from being a lifestyle choice for a small share of consumers to being consumed at least occasionally by a majority of Americans. National surveys conducted by the Hartman Group and Food Marketing Institute found that two-thirds of surveyed shoppers bought organically grown foods.

As of spring 2012, about 40.39 million people purchased organic food in the United States. One of the main reasons why U.S. consumers eat organic foods is because they are concerned about exposure to toxins in non-organic foods, which correlates to the fact that the consumers believe these products to be more nutritious than other food.

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Integrative Flavors is proud to feature its clean label organic bases to our customers. We use the finest ingredients available in the market to produce these delicious foundation products. Our Cook’s Delight® line of organic soup bases is certified organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI) which ensures that you can use Integrative Flavors’ soup base products in your recipes with confidence in their quality.

Download our specification sheets for our most popular organic bases by clicking the links below:

Certified WBENC NSF International USDA Organic Certified Organic USDA

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Integrative Flavors
3501 W. Dunes Highway
Michigan City, IN 46360
www.integrativeflavors.com
Phone: 1-800-837-SOUP
219-879-8236
Fax: 219-879-8237

Broker and distributor inquiries welcome.

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