"To see the progress that Hilary’s Eat Well has made over the years is phenomenal, but what’s even more phenomenal is the fact that natural foods companies are getting the word out to the world that real food is the best food"
Lawrence, Kansas (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
Now through May 31, natural foods enthusiasts can participate in the Vegetarian Times’ 2013 Foodie Awards, giving voters the chance to win a $250 Whole Foods gift card. After ensuing on a thorough search for the best veggie products, Vegetarian Times narrowed its selection to 100 shopping-list worthy nominations. The list, broken down into categories for the “Newbie Vegetarian,” the “Weekend Baker,” the “Superfoodie,” the “Entertainer,” and the “Busy Parent,” offers offers a myriad of healthy products for voters to choose from.
Hilary’s Eat Well, based out of Lawrence, Kan., produces non-GMO veggie products that are free of gluten, dairy, soy, corn, yeast, eggs and nuts. Popular among people who are common-allergen sensitive, the company also distributes the World’s Best Veggie Burger, Hemp & Greens Burger, and Original Veggie Bites. Aside from its product recognition in Vegetarian Times, Hilary’s Eat Well has received the Good Food Award from Natural Health Magazine, the Naked Food Award from Naked Food Magazine, and has been “Ashley Koff Approved” by the internationally renowned dietician herself. For the Newbie Vegetarian, Hilary’s Eat Well Adzuki Bean Burger falls under the “Latest and Greatest Meatless Burgers” category.
“To see the progress that Hilary’s Eat Well has made over the years is phenomenal, but what’s even more phenomenal is the fact that natural foods companies are getting the word out to the world that real food is the best food,” said Hilary Brown, Hilary’s Eat Well Founder and President. “I’m honored to have our company in the running and excited to see who comes out as the top in each category.”
The Vegetarian Times’ 2013 Foodie Awards will be announced in October of this year. All entries must contain all requested information, and must be accurately completed or entry will be voided. Limit one entry per person. Individuals can vote in any or all categories by going to vegetariantimes.com/2013foodieawards.