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Founded in California’s wine country, Napa Valley Naturals specializes in exceptional oils and bottles of vinegar, many of which are certified organic and all of which are guaranteed delicious.
From Italian-sourced balsamic to extra virgin olive oils, every item is made using only the best olives, grapes, seeds or nuts from the finest orchards and farms around the world to ensure a premium, pure flavor. Poured and packaged in eye-catching wine bottles, these products set the industry gold standard for taste.
One of my favorite companies. They are wonderful to work with and I appreciate their dedication to making us a deliciously, amazing and safe product. But also how hard they work to preserve a piece of the earth and treat it well.
Values: Organic, Kosher, Sulfite-free, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Non-GMO
FBR Idea: I love to mix Organic Balsamic Vinegar – 5 Stars, Pomegranate Balsamic Vinegar and Raspberry Balsamic Vinegar in my salads. Play with the combinations or enjoy the flavors individually. It pairs so well with salads and you are eating a dressing very healthy for you.
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Organic Balsamic Vinegar – 5 Stars
Grand Reserve Balsamic Vinegar – 25 Stars
Private Reserve Organic Balsamic Vinegar – 12 Stars
Golden Balsamic Vinegar
Raspberry Balsamic Vinegar
Pomegranate Balsamic Vinegar
Fig Balsamic Vinegar
Organic White Wine Vinegar
Organic Red Wine Vinegar
Sherry Vinegar – 15 Stars
Pinot Noir Reserve Wine Vinegar
Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
It’s important to know that if you have yeast and alcohol allergy, this ingredient should be avoided. My daughter is allergic to alcohol, vinegar, and yeast. It’s because they are all in the same category. She has to avoid anything that has a fermentation process. And this is why.
Every type of vinegar is obtained in a two-stage fermentation process. First, the yeast converts juice into alcohol. Then, the bacteria converts alcohol into acid. Any fruit or food item containing sugar can be used for this fermentation process. The most popular types of vinegar are made from apples and grapes. If the apples are used, the resulting product is apple cider vinegar. With grapes, the fermentation can produce either balsamic or wine vinegar. More information from SteadyHealth
What is Fermentation? Benefits of Fermentation + How to Ferment Foods by Dr. Axe
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On their website, check out their “Our Values” tab to search for qualities that mean most to you. And the “Deals” tab has many ways to save.
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Farr Better Recipes carefully picks the highest quality and most allergy-friendly products for my family and yours. I have reached out to these companies and talked with them about their values, mission, promises, and standards they follow. Now, all this information is at your fingertips.
Why Organic products?… Always try to use Organic products to avoid high pesticide residue on your food. Certified Organic means NO… GMO’s, synthetic pesticides, roundup herbicides, hexane, sewage sludge, growth-promoting antibiotics or ractopamine drug residues. Keep you and your family safe, buy Organic!
When purchasing a packaged ingredient…
It’s important to look for CERTIFIED LOGOS to guarantee that the products come from responsible sources;
I feel good purchasing products and supporting companies that are; Fair-Trade Certified™
Hope you found this information helpful and are enjoying the products.