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Real Foods Market

Today I was talking to one of my college friends about resources in her area for Real Food.  She’s thinking about including more real foods in her family’s diet (she has 2 small children).  We talked about how important it is for our kids to eat healthy fats daily.  Where are these healthy fats coming from? One of the first things I recommend is Raw Milk (from a certified grass-fed raw milk distributer), especially if there is a child that is slow on the growth charts (low weight/height).  She lives Utah and there happens to be a certified raw milk distributer that delivers raw milk to a few locations.  One of those locations is in Orem, Utah.    The grocery store is called Real Foods Market (other locations are Heber & St. George).  Here is a list of their top 20 products:

1. Raw Milk
2. Farm Fresh Eggs
3. Grass Fed Beef
4. Redmond Raw Honey
5. Sun Warrior Protein
6. Redmond Clay
7. Organic Chicken
8. Coconut Oil
9. Real Salt
10. Redmond Raw Cheese
11. Organic Valley Butter
12. All Natural Pork
13. Kombucha Wonder Drink
14. Beef Jerky
15. Peppered Apple Bacon
16. Turkey Jerky
17. Straus Whipping Cream
18. Organic Almonds
19. Organic Hot Dogs
20. Cod Liver Oil
I highlighted my favorites…things we use daily.  She is lucky that raw milk products are easily accessible in her state.  It will not be a challenge to obtain healthy foods for her family.    It is even more convenient to have all of the products (milk, meat, produce) in one place, especially when you live far away or have small children.  I like to make one stop, whenever possible.  Which hardly ever happens for me in Tampa, Florida.  It is worth the extra effort though!  For all my Utah readers, go check out this market.  My family will be headed to a family reunion in July and I am comforted knowing that my kid’s diet will not be compromised on vacation, a time when they are already over-tired and cranky :).  I am looking forward to this vacation… my first stop~ Real Foods Market.
~Kaley
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By | 2017-10-05T20:40:40+00:00 March 19th, 2012|Green Living, Nutrition|2 Comments

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I am a mother of 3. We eat nourishing and traditional food at home. We use natural healing successfully with essential oils, herbs, and homeopathy. We love being in the outdoors and living the "green" life.

2 Comments

  1. Monica Leonard March 19, 2012 at 5:18 pm - Reply

    Hi! I live in St. Petersburg and have to go to several locations for our raw milk, butter a s sour cream and our farm fresh meats and veggies. But today I went to Nutrition S’Mart in Tampa off N. Dale Mabey and they carried raw milk, kombucha- the one with the alcohol as naturally occurring, and many other traditional foods for our families. I was excited to see the selection. Now they are also carrying our Molly’s Suds products! They support local when possible and I plan to send as many people there as I can!

  2. Green Boot Kaley March 19, 2012 at 5:24 pm - Reply

    That is awesome. We love Nutrition Smart and Abby’s Health Store in Tampa. That is my weekly stop too 🙂 I am going to request that they carry Molly’s Suds. It is not there yet, but I would love to support them. Thanks for the recommendation!

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