LOCAL NJ VENUE SPROUTS UP IN NEW WHOLE FOODS LOCATIONSeed to Sprout Is Among Local Line-Up at Whole Foods in Wall, New Jersey
AVON, NJ - Seed to Sprout is excited to announce select packaged products are now available for purchase at the newly opened Whole Foods location at 1933 Route 35 in Wall Township. The Monmouth-based eatery headed by Alex Mazzucca and Cara Pescatore, which has grown a strong following for its healthy, whole and simple foods, was tapped by Whole Foods Market to sell its small-batch, high-quality, locally sourced, vegan, non-preserved salad dressings, marinades and morning starters at the grocer’s recently opened New Jersey location. When not made from scratch, Seed to Sprout's products are sourced from the highest quality, purest ingredients and are always preservative-free.
“Imagined, created and packaged in Avon, New Jersey, our tasty products are always made with love,” commented Cara Pescatore, co-owner of Seed to Sprout. “Our goal at Seed to Sprout is to be here for your everyday needs.We want to help our customers feel nourished from the inside out with wholesome, hand-made, craft and plant-based foods!”
In addition to the grab-and-go sections of Seed to Sprout’s Fair Haven and Avon locations, customers can purchase some of the eatery’s most popular salad dressing flavors, including Creamy Tahini, Cashew Ranch, and Sesame Ginger at the Whole Foods Wall location.
“We are so excited to make our customer fan-favorite dressings more accessible and at the same time bring really high-quality vegan products to a larger audience,” remarked Alex Mazzucca.“This partnership with Whole Foods is an amazing opportunity to showcase our packaged retail goods and introduce new people to our products and brand.”
In addition to Seed to Sprout’s dressings and marinades, the eatery’s well-known, morning starters, including Coconut Creamer and Sweet & Dandy, are also now available at the new Whole Foods location. Unlike all other packaged, dairy-free creamers on the market, Seed to Sprout’s Coconut Creamer contains only three ingredients. Sweet & Dandy, a caffeine-free nutritious alternative to a sweetened, chilled cappuccino drink, is super delicious and loaded with nutrients. These items can also be found in the refrigerated section of the Whole Foods market in Wall.
While the launch in Whole Foods is still fresh, Alex and Cara are back in the test kitchen creating new recipes and foods for their customers. Seed to Sprout’s goal is to expand their growing product line to more grocers, markets and coffee shops throughout the region.
For those interested in dining at either Seed to Sprout location, Alex and Cara spotlight a variety of products and events to support and educate the local community on healthy, whole and simple foods and recipes. For more information about Seed to Sprout, please visit www.seedtosproutnj.com .
ABOUT FROM SEED TO SPROUT:
Seed to Sprout, located in Avon By The Sea and Fair Haven, N.J., is a fast-casual eatery serving vegan and organic food, juices and smoothies. Owned and operated by Alexandra Mazzucca and Cara Pescatore, Seed to Sprout first opened its doors in Avon By The Sea in September of 2012 and has since been a go-to breakfast, lunch and brunch destination for people seeking delicious, healthy and simple foods. Their cuisine has rapidly gained traction and a devout following throughout the Monmouth County region of New Jersey, prompting Mazzucca and Pescatore to open a second location in Fair Haven, NJ in June of 2015. In addition to their daily menu, each location offers weekly dinners, event catering, raw-food cleanses and monthly cooking classes. For more information about Seed to Sprout, please visit www.seedtosproutnj.com .
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