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SEP 2016

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68 | Progressive Grocer | Ahead of What's Next | September 2016 2016 Editors' Picks Food Love t heWild r ed t rout with s alsa Verde $9.99/6 ounces lovethewild.com If ever a product can take the fear out of preparing a simple fish fillet, LoveTheWild's Red Trout with Salsa Verde will do it. This frozen fillet comes with heart-shaped ("love") cubes of "salsa" made of olive oil, garlic, herbs, kale, vinegar and white wine. There's not an ingredient on the label that consumers won't understand. The fillets are sealed in heart-shaped (there's more love!) parchment and baked in an oven or toaster oven for 15 to 20 minutes. So easy! The trout is responsibly farmed in fast-moving channels to mimic a free-flowing river. Other varieties of fish each sport their own special sauce, including Barramundi, Catfish, Albacore Tuna, Pacific Cod and Rockfish. Luvo c hicken in BBQ s auce $5.99 luvoinc.com Luvo continues its quest to bring healthier food to the freezer case, using quality ingredients and solid nutritional profiles. We enjoyed its Chicken in BBQ Sauce with millet grits and collard greens, part of Luvo's line of globally inspired cuisines driven both by chefs and nutritionists. High in protein and using poultry raised without antibiotics, this entrée has 20 grams of protein, 23 grams of whole grains and one full serving of product, totaling just 280 calories. The patented "Steamazing" pouch technology locks in flavors and ups the taste and plate appeal. Mann's Nourish Bowls $4.99 nourishbowls.com Here's a handy meal solution that makes it easy for folks to enjoy healthy ingredients. Each bowl contains a single- serve meal featuring fresh vegetables, grain and sauce that's ready in three to four minutes. Mix the contents of the individual ingredient packets in the convenient tray, heat in the microwave, stir and serve. Each bowl ranges from 220 to 420 calories, depending on variety; those with the most calories are also a bit high in fat and sodium, likely from the sauces, but they're high in vitamins A and C, as well as dietary fiber. Bowls come in Monterey Risotto, Smokehouse Brussels, Sesame Sriracha and Southwest Chipotle varieties. www.masonways.com Buy 1 • Buy 2 • Buy 3 Get Them All RECYCLE & WASTE BINS

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