ATLANTA, GA – A happy kitchen is a Home Appétit Kitchen, one stocked with non-genetically modified oils, verified by the prestigious Non-GMO Project. The recent verification announcement comes on the heels of Home Appétit’s web launch that features detail and description of its very high-quality Extra Virgin Olive and Canola oils.
“We are enormously proud of this verification,” said Kurt Singleton, Co-Owner of Home Appétit, “because it validates the passion and commitment all of us have to make available the healthiest products for everyday kitchens and home chefs.”
Home Appétit extra virgin Olive Oils are special varietals of Italian and Spanish olives, estate grown in the high, sun-drenched hills of Uruguay. Canola oils are rich in color with floral notes and mechanically pressed, meaning no chemicals are used to extract the oil.
The Non-GMO Project is a non-profit organization offering North America’s only third party verification for non-GMO (genetically modified organism) foods and products.
Home Appétit products are available online at homeappetit.com and are discounted 20% for Non-GMO Project supporters by using the code NonGmo20 at checkout. But, that’s not all. The premium line of Home Appétit 25 Star Vinegars and Toasted Spice Blends are also up next for Non-GMO Project Verification. For more information about Home Appétit contact Kurt Singleton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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