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Good Sense Foods Re-Brands, Gains Non-GMO Project Certification

November 2, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
The New Hope, Minn.-based producer of healthy salad toppings and snack foods, including nuts, seeds, trail mixes, and dried fruit, has upgraded its packaging, rebranded, and announced Non-GMO Project certification. According to Good Sense, the parent company of Salad Pizazz! and Good Sense Snacks, the new packaging look represents “a more contemporary approach” that relates to current trends and presents the brand in a more health-oriented and transparent way. Many of the company’s products are low in sodium, USDA organic, and made without the use of artificial flavors or colors. The snacks can be purchased online or at U.S. retail stores, including Target, Walmart, Kroger, Albertsons, Menards, Safeway, Publix, and Meijer, among others.
"Good Sense Foods Announces a New Look and Non-GMO Project Verified Certification for its Healthy Snack Foods", The Magazine Plus, November 02, 2021, © The Magazine Plus
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