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Epicure - Clean Eating


Everyone is trying to maintain a healthy diet these days with less sugar, no gluten, no artificial colors or flavors and it is helping us to feel better and live a higher quality of life. Epicure products are all that and more making clean eating simple and more efficient for busy families. Here is some more information to get you started:

Epicure began in 1997 with our founder, Sylvie’s desire to take charge of the food she fed her own family and share her clean eating solutions with everyone.

Did you know?

1 in 2 adults are overweight.
382 million people live with diabetes.
83 million people have heart disease.
80% of all chronic disease and premature death is preventable with healthy living.
  
Clean eating is key. That’s right. It’s time to take back our kitchens and commit to making healthy food choices for ourselves and our families.

Epicure products are 100% gluten free and Epicure is a nut-free facility. They are sugar and sodium conscious. Many products are Kosher Check certified.
Over 90% of our products are Non-GMO Project Verified and the list is still growing! Epicure globally sources only non-irradiated ingredients.

 
You won’t find things like high fructose corn syrup, preservatives, artificial colours, and gluten in any of our products. Our recipes utilize whole, real foods, not processed alternatives, and many products are low or no-sodium.

Why Non GMO?

Food produced from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have had their DNA artificially modified through methods that could never occur in nature. Studies connect GMOs to health problems and environmental damage. In fact, most developed nations consider GMOs to be unsafe. That’s why more than 90% of Epicure products are Non-GMO Project Verified—and the list is GROWING. Epicure is a trailblazer in the Direct Sales Industry as one of the first companies to register with the project.
Visit nongmoproject.org to learn more.

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