Our plant-based foods ship with UPS and are packaged with reusable ice packs in an insulated sustainable & biodegradable foam cooler that protects perishable products during shipment. The foam insulation, made from US-grown corn, is compostable, dissolves in water, burns cleanly and safely in fireplaces and firepits, and works great to start your barbecue! We ship Monday through Wednesday to ensure delivery before the weekend. You will receive 3 emails from Green Slice: an order c
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Yes, all of our foods are made from organic ingredients only. Why should we avoid pesticides and eat organic? Pesticide use degrades air and water quality, while threatening the health of workers, farmers, and communities. Pesticides can also be found in a lot of the foods you eat such as fruits and vegetables. That means when you wash your produce prior to eating, you are still ingesting all of the pesticides that have absorbed into the food. Eating organic is a direct vote for your health and
Yes! We do not use any GMO ingredients in our foods. All our Green Slice Foods are organic which makes them inherently “GMO-free” ― this is one of the many strict guidelines set forth by the USDA. The United States government does NOT allow companies to label products Organic if they contain genetically modified foods.
Yes, all Green Slice Foods are soy-free and do not contain any type of soy, tempeh, or soybean oil. Love soy or hate soy, it’s actually the controversial little legume. Soy-based products contain high amounts of phytoestrogens that can be harmful to your body. There is conflicting research regarding its effects on cancer, and recently the Food and Drug Administration proposed a rule to revoke a health claim related to soy protein and heart disease.
Yes! All our foods are gluten-free, wheat-free, grain-free and allergen-free. Gluten is controversial these days. Most sources claim that it is safe for everyone except those who have celiac disease. On the other hand, some health experts believe that gluten is harmful to most people. There is concern that gluten may contribute to “leaky gut,” increasing the risk of food sensitivities and autoimmune diseases, but more research is needed. Until then, the gluten-free evolution may go on for years.
Yes, all Green Slice Foods are dairy-free, lactose-free and casein-free, and made in a facility that does not use any dairy ingredients. Science shows that the beneficial nutrients found in dairy can be consumed through other foods; milk is not essential for health. Besides humans (and companion animals who are fed by humans), no species drinks milk beyond their infancy. The production of dairy foods places considerable demand on land, water, and other natural resources.
Yes. Green Slice does not contain any meat and is made in a 100% meat-free and dairy-free facility. The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified processed meats as a Group 1 carcinogen, the same category as tobacco smoking and asbestos, known to cause cancer. Red meat, such as beef, lamb and pork, has been classified as a Group 2A carcinogen which means it probably causes cancer.
All our organic foods are perishable and should always be stored in the fridge or freezer. Please read the refrigeration and/or freezing recommendations on the product's packaging.
Most people assume that fresh is always best, and frozen produce is strictly for convenience's sake. But turns out, freezing produce actually helps to retain vitamins and minerals that would otherwise be lost if stored at room temperature or in the fridge. In addition, freezing is a natural form of preservation, so added preservatives aren't necessary to preserve frozen food.
Green Slice Foods LLC, a women-owned certified company is nestled in the Green Mountains, in Vermont, USA. Green Slice was founded in 2018 by Veronique Beittel, who's the sole owner of the company. The Green Slice office is based in Richmond, Vermont and Green Slice food production facility is based in Bolton, Vermont.