Ace Veggie Launches New Pesticide-free Organic Veggies
March 3, 2022 (Global News Distribution) -
ACE Veggie has gone a notch higher to add a new range of products to its existing line of organically produced vegetable products.
The new line of products is part of the organization’s larger mission of increasing its visibility and expanding its market base in the United States.
In its renewed energy to get a share in the international market, the company has been very keen on venturing into the untapped industries in the grocery market.
In the new list, the company has produced pickled sliced organic carrots and pickled mixed organic vegetables, which are carefully mixed to provide high nutritional content and significant health benefits.
The sliced carrots are all pesticide-free, with each one of them carefully selected by vegetable researchers and hand-pickled one by one.
The vegetables can be grown using natural fertilizers, thus no fear of harmful agents in the foods.
They can effectively be used alongside other dressings such as vinegar without interfering with the taste or the individual components of the vegetables.
On the other hand, the mixed pickled organic vegetables consist of organic butter squash with dried figs, raisins, cashews, walnuts, and almonds.
The vegetable package is also mixed with fruits in nuts for balanced nutrition with a natural Japanese flavour.
They are planted using fermented coffee and rice bran and cultivated using homemade compost. They are grown in small fields, thus easily managed and cultivated by hand.
The colours in the mixed pickled fruits give the urge to taste the meal and can effectively be used alongside other foods.
They are all packaged in glass jars that are tightly closed to avoid contamination and observe all food safety protocols.
The vegetables are considered beneficial to the body due to the ability to lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, prevent some types of cancer, lower risk of eye and digestive problems, and have a positive effect upon blood sugar, which can help keep appetite in check.
Besides, eating vegetables that are lower in calories per cup instead of some other higher-calorie food may be useful in helping to lower calorie intake.
The new products have since been listed on the company’s Amazon list at affordable prices with the pickled carrots and mixed fruits going for $22 each of them.
To find out how best to serve the vegetables alongside other meals, customers are advised to visit the company’s website to read more on the different recipes described with clear details and photos.
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