Many people are avoiding gluten—a protein found in many grains including wheat, rye, barley and triticale. Reasons for avoiding gluten range from suspected intolerance to the digestive disorder Celiac disease. Unfortunately for these people, wheat is the staple American grain. Few Americans can avoid eating gluten with every meal without careful planning.

Harvest Market can help you avoid gluten in two ways. First we offer a complete diet’s worth of staple foods that do not contain gluten—meats, natural dairy, fresh produce and “alternative” grains such as rice, quinoa, millet and buckwheat (despite its name) are all naturally “gluten-free”. Secondly we offer hundreds of breads, cereals, pastas, grocery and frozen foods in categories that normally contain gluten, that have been formulated without it. view more

  • GT’s Kombucha

    Bringing Beautiful Living Things Together Kombucha is a fermented tea that’s naturally effervescent with living probiotics, amino acids, polyphenols, and active enzymes. Each unique offering from GT’s provides revitalizing nourishment to reinvigorate the mind, body, and soul. GT’s makes living foods for the living body, handcrafted with active probiotics to help people live happier, healthier…

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  • MUSH Overnight Oats

    Purposefully crafted, MUSH overnight oats are never cooked; they’re cold-soaked to perfection. MUSH doesn’t use heat pasteurization, preservatives, artificial flavors or colors. Instead, MUSH uses a pressure-based technology that eliminates food spoilage microorganisms. BOOM! Extended shelf life without compromise. It’s an extra step, but it’s the right one. MUSH overnight oats are also dairy, sugar…

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  • Primal Kitchen Salad Dressings

    For 20 years now, I’ve enjoyed a daily 20-ingredient salad made up of turkey, salmon or tuna, sometimes some nuts like almonds or walnuts, along with tons of veggies like bell peppers, broccoli, cucumbers and artichokes. Although I love my trusty balsamic vinegar and olive oil topping, I’ve also searched far and wide for healthy…

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  • Sweet Potato-Blueberry Pancakes

    With activities, meetings, appointments and tired kids, evening meals don’t always happen the way you want them to. Take advantage of fresh faces and morning attitudes and enjoy breakfast together instead. (Of course, if you really want to surprise the kids when 5:30 p.m. rolls around, serve pancakes for dinner!) Involve kids in mashing the…

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  • Quinoa Fried “Rice” with Snap Peas and Sweet Corn

    Swapping quinoa for rice ups the nutrient game for this one-bowl favorite. Make quinoa up to five days ahead and store in fridge. You can also make the entire dish ahead of time and simply warm it up for dinner. Ingredients: • 3 tablespoons canola oil • 2 cups diced fresh snap peas • 2…

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  • Layered Fiesta Dip

  • MegaFood Gummies

    “What do you want in a gummy?” It’s what MegaFood asked you as they set out to launch Project Gummy Bare All, an initiative to bring MegaFood’s gummy supplement to life using customer feedback and insight. Project Gummy Bare All is more than a supplement, though: it’s about what MegaFood calls Big T Transparency: sharing…

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  • Grain-Free Avocado Sweet Potato Cake Bites

    We love this recipe because we can sneak healthy fats from avocado plus fiber and antioxidants from sweet potato into a decadent chocolate treat without anyone knowing. – Jessica Beacom, RDN, and Stacie Hassing, RDN, therealfoodrds.com Ingredients: • ½ cup sweet potato purée (1 small sweet potato) or pumpkin purée • 1 small avocado • 2 eggs…

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  • Kale-Stuffed Portobellos with Millet

    Mushrooms are a source of vitamin D, which is linked to a sunny mood. Underappreciated millet (a whole grain) provides protein, B vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium and zinc. The millet may look a bit wet at the 20-minute mark, but if you let it rest, covered, for 10 minutes, it should absorb the excess liquid….

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  • Walnut-Crusted Salmon with Edamame Mash

      Good-fat salmon and walnuts deliver healthy omega-3s, crucial for mood and brain health. The edamame mash could double as a delicious dip, and it’s filled with protein, choline and complex carbs. The well-rounded meal releases energy slowly without spiking blood sugar. Ingredients: For the Edamame Mash: • 2½ cups (one 12-ounce bag) frozen organic…

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