Denmark, WI (PRWEB) January 11, 2013
Many families struggle with finding healthy snack options. Though soy nuts have been linked to lowering cholesterol and easing the symptoms of menopause, genetically modified soybeans (that come with health risks) dominate the market. On a cold, snowy morning, Darren Kornowske was sitting on his tractor preparing the fields for the year to come when he had the idea to dry roast the soybeans himself, soy nuts that are non-GMO.
Kornowske says he understands how difficult it is to find healthy snack food. He only wishes he came up with the innovation sooner.
According to Organic Authority, “More than 90 percent of the soy grown in the U.S. is now genetically modified.” “The Impact of Dietary Organic and Transgenic Soy on the Reproductive System of Female Adult Rat,” published in March of 2009 showed that genetically modified soy diets led to ovary and uterus changes in rats. Health conscious individuals seek out non-GMO soy nuts to enjoy the benefits of soy, without the risk.
People looking to live a healthy life and enjoy non-GMO foods love Almost Nuts! One customer said, “After reading The Joy of Non-GMO and trying Almost Nuts! I was hooked! The oven roasted soy nuts have plenty of flavor and protein. They’re convenient for my active lifestyle and even my four-year-old likes them.”
Today Almost Nuts! is proud to offer Oven Baked Soybeans, Milk Chocolate Covered Soybeans, White Coat Yogurt Soybeans, and Dark Chocolate Covered Soybeans. These delicious, healthy soybean snacks are sold wholesale and retail.
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