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Tessemae's Organic Balsamic Vinaigrette
With a Not-So-Everyday
No Sugar Added
including Balsamic of Modena, we present this tall, dark, and fruity Organic
Balsamic Vinaigrette—ready to woo your taste buds.
INGREDIENTS: *HIGH OLEIC SUNFLOWER OIL, *BALSAMIC VINEGAR (*WINE VINEGAR, *CONCENTRATED GRAPE MUST), *LEMON JUICE, *EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL, *GARLIC, *MUSTARD (*VINEGAR, WATER, *MUSTARD SEED, SEA SALT, *SPICES), SEA SALT
The Tessemae's Foundation mission is to improve access to healthy foods and life-practices in our country’s Healthy Food Priority Areas, formerly known as Food Deserts, through our “Crop Circles” initiative. By forming public private partnerships with local food retailers, national growers and interested corporate and public agencies, we create a Pop-Up Farmer’s Market executed inside the Healthy Food Priority Areas across the country. Local families receive one week’s worth of fresh organic produce & dressing along with a community celebration complete with cooking demonstrations by local chefs, exercise classes from local sports figures and recognition awards for the local community garden and nutrition agencies. The event is concluded with a food summit and press conference about what is needed to sustain access to healthier food and life-styles. We chose the term “CROP CIRCLES” for its quality of being able to surprise and disrupt the failed approaches to creating healthy communities.