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Tre Bella Foods Organic Turkey Mini Gluten-Free Meatballs

I tried these samples today and thought they were really great.  These fully prepared frozen gluten-free meatballs are fully cooked and just need to be heated for about 90 seconds in the microwave before they are ready to eat—meatballs couldn’t be easier. 

Tre Bella Foods Organic Turkey Mini Gluten-Free MeatballsThey tasted great, and would make a perfect addition to a nice plate of gluten-free spaghetti.  The meatballs are perfectly seasoned and have a nice Italian meatball taste—probably due to the Ricotta and Romano cheeses used in the ingredients.  On top of all this these meatballs are organic, have zero grams of Trans Fat per serving, and they don’t contain any artificial ingredients or preservatives!

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