Lakewood, Colorado-based Natural Grocers has introduced five new varieties of canned seafood to its line of Natural Grocers Brand Products, the company’s house brand.
Customers looking for nutrient-dense sources of protein can enjoy Natural Grocers Brand Albacore and Skipjack Tuna, Wild Pink Salmon and two varieties of Wild Sardines.
“We’re proud to offer our customers these affordable, premium-quality products that meet our rigorous fish and seafood standards,” said Raquel Isely, VP of marketing.
“In addition to prioritizing wild-caught and sustainably harvested fish and seafood, our vendor partners with small-scale fisheries, using practices that protect juvenile fish and unintended species from harvest. Red-listed species on the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch are never used, because we choose to be responsible for the impact our Natural Grocers Brand Products make every step of the way, from the ocean to your table.”
The non-GMO Verified seafood products join the Natural Grocers Brand Product line, established in 2016, which includes more than 800 products.
- Albacore and Skipjack Tuna – 100 percent pole and line wild caught, globally sourced, non-GMO verified, gluten-free, kosher, no salt added, packed in water and is available in five-ounce, non-BPA lined cans.
- Wild Pink Salmon – 100 percent wild caught and sustainability harvested, globally sourced, non-GMO verified, gluten-free, kosher, no salt added, packed in water, fully cooked and is available in six-ounce, non-BPA lined cans.
- Wild Sardines – 100 percent wild caught and sustainability harvested, globally sourced, non-GMO verified, gluten-free, kosher, no salt added, packed in water or extra virgin olive oil and is available in four-ounce, non-BPA lined cans.
Recent additions to the Natural Grocers Brand Products line include items such as new varieties of wild-caught, sustainably harvested frozen prepared seafood, organic mustard, epsom salts and several new flavors of organic chocolate bars.
Natural Grocers is planning on releasing branded sparkling spring water in non-BPA lined aluminum bottles soon.
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