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Our Foundation

Key to Good Health

Less Salt:

Too much sodium in the diet has been linked to high blood pressure, a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease. 

Lowers Cholesterol: 
Studies show eating this food can reduce cholesterol.

Good Nutrient Ratio:

A healthy ratio of protein and carbohydrate for longer lasting energy.

Good Fiber Source:

Eating more fiber will reduce your risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

Good Omega Source: 

An excellent plant or fish source of OMEGA-3 fats, which are powerful weapons against heart disease and stroke.

Less Saturated Fat:
Eating less saturated fat can reduce your risk of heart disease.

Whole Grain:
Contains one full serving (16 grams) or more whole grain. Consuming at least 48 grams (3 servings) of whole grains/day can reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes.

Dietitian's Choice:

A product standout meeting more than two nutritional criteria.

Less Sugar:

Reducing your sugar intake helps achieve a healthy weight and reduced the risk of developing diabetes.

Key to Good Health

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