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Path of Life Gluten-Free Quinoa Blends & Side Dishes
- By Advertising Banner-Ads
- Published 08/1/2015
- Gluten-Free Food & Specialty Product Companies
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Path of Life is a family owned, natural and organic food company based in Chicago, Illinois. Created with the desire to make eating better, flavorful and easy for the entire family, Path of Life of frozen quinoa blends, side dishes, fruits and vegetables are simply good, clean food.
Each Path of Life frozen quinoa blend and vegetable side dish are packaged in convenient, microwave steam bags. Not only can they be ready in just 4 minutes, but they are also all naturally gluten-free and non-gmo.
Debuting at club stores in 2012, Path of Life is now available at retailers nationwide.
For more information about Path of Life and to find the store nearest you, please visit www.pathoflifebrand.com.
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