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Warm & Toasty
Found: a healthy toaster pastry that's jammy and sweet, but not too sugary. (Amy's Toaster Pops in Strawberry, $1.99)
As I have had a severe dairy allergy my whole life I'd become rather accustomed to disappointment with 'quick fix' foods. Everything either had cheese in it, on it, or didn't taste like much of anything without it. One day I saw the Amy's Kitchen Roasted Vegetable Pizza with a big "No Cheese" on it.
I was amazed.
I've since come to love all your non-dairy products and even appreciate their clear, up-front 'Non-dairy' labeling, it's nice to save a few seconds at the grocery store in between ingredient checking every other item. I'm not one to usually write letters to distant companies but your company makes my life a little bit easier, and my dinners a little more delicious. Thanks.
Washington Post Express
Folks often crack open a recipe book to get healthier soup. With much less effort, one can nuke one of Amy's light in sodium choices: butternut squash, lentil, split pea, minestrone, tomato and others. It's hard to believe the hearty blends of veggie chunks come out of a can instead of the kitchen of a skilled cook