It can be hard finding the time to create recipes or meal plan when you are on a healthy eating journey, whether that be Whole30, Keto or another plan. The veggies in ZÜPA NOMA are picked fresh right at their peak of ripeness. From the farm to the bottle! If you could believe it, in every bottle there are whole veggies, seeds and skin, making sure you are enjoying the vitamins and fiber from the vegetables!
From the farm right into the bottle, ZÜPA NOMA Superfood Soups are made with certified organic produce that is picked right at their peak of ripeness and are sustainably sourced to help support a healthier environment and less food waste. You will find delicious superfoods in each and every bottle such as chlorella spirulina, apple cider vinegar.
To keep these delicious soups safe to consume while maintaining their quality flavor and nutritional power of the fresh produce, ZÜPA NOMA never pasteurizes their products. They use high-pressure processing (HPP).
HPP is cold pasteurization in pure water; it uses ultra-high pressure purified water to keep food and beverages pathogen-free and to stay fresh longer. Food and beverages are subjected 87,000 lbs. of pressure per sq. inch –– the same amount of pressure as six times the deepest part of the ocean. At this very high pressure pathogens are destroyed, but food’s taste, texture and nutritional value is preserved.
About Avure /JBT Technologies
JBT/Avure is a leading global maker of HPP machines. JBT/Avure’s HPP food processing machines offer the highest output, lowest operating costs, and greatest reliability for food producers and manufacturers. JBT/Avure helps producers increase food safety and extend shelf life while providing consumers with nutritious, natural, flavorful food. More information is available at https://www.avure-hpp-foods.com/ • Avure Facebook @AvureHPP or Twitter @AvureHPP.
I’ve been enjoying the Tomato Gazpacho variety with some cauliflower rice, lean ground beef, a dollop of greek yogurt and some cilantro!
Be sure to check out more about ZÜPA NOMA on their website!