SOURCE: Albertsons CompaniesDESCRIPTION:
Whether it is a New Year’s resolution or a lifestyle choice, eating healthy benefits everyone. As shoppers navigate the aisles in their stores, they use a variety of cues to identify foods that are healthy for them and their families. They look at labels, ingredient lists, messaging and packaging to validate their purchases. We help them make educated choices as they look for quality and affordability. It also matters that we are committed to their health and well-being.
The trend for eating organic foods continues to grow as shoppers decide to eat fresher, less processed foods every day. They want to have access to healthy, natural, hormone and antibiotic-free products at their local grocery store. We understand they are more concerned with where their food comes from, and increasingly link the sourcing, processing, and ingredients of food not only to their own personal health but to the health of society.
When you shop at our stores, you will find foods to suit every palette, diet and budget. We prioritize your preferences and whatever your healthy living goals are this year, these products are made to help you meet them.
- O Organics® branded items brings the goodness of delicious, USDA-certified organic foods to every aisle of the grocery store, at a value that’s right for you. You can identify these products with the green and brown circular USDA Organic label that guarantees every O Organics® product is certified organic. Products with the USDA Organic label have met strict USDA organic production and labeling standards, such as the exclusion of prohibited substance and methods (e.g., the use of genetically modified organisms).
- The Eating Right™ brand offers nourishing foods that are low on calories and full of flavor. These products also include foods that are healthy by USDA standards, certified gluten-free, high in protein and good for counting calories.
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