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Parma Nut Free Flavors are here now enjoy jalapeno bacon and basil garlic basil

Nut-Free Parma! Flavors Are Here

Parma! is excited to announce the release of our new Nut-Free Parma! Line – Jalapeno Bacon and Garlic Basil.  The beauty of Parma! is that it gives meals a flavor boost, it’s nutrient-dense, considered a functional food, is processed oil-free, is 100% plant-based, and is very minimally processed and now comes in nut-free options And, by the way, it tastes great too!

Over the years, many of you have asked us for a nut-free version of Parma! and we heard you. In developing our new Jalapeno Bacon and Garlic Basic flavors, we’ve replaced the walnuts with organic pumpkin seeds and are using dedicated machinery in order to ensure the purity and wholesomeness of each and every jar.

Pumpkin seeds are a superfood

In addition to providing a wonderful flavor, pumpkin seeds have many health benefits and are in fact considered a superfood in themselves. More specifically, pumpkin seeds are one of the highest natural food sources of L-arginine – the amino acid which plays an important role in nitric oxide production, a magic ingredient in fighting heart disease.  Pumpkin seeds are also high in zinc, are good for post-menopausal women and help the body build protein, among other health benefits. Moreover, pumpkin seeds are rich in essential minerals and are food allergy friendly. 

We know you will enjoy the new nut-free Parma! flavors

For all the above reasons and many more, I think you’ll thoroughly enjoy our new nut-free products and make them a welcome addition to your favorite dishes, salads and soups. And, rest assured, Parma! will continue to create more delectably innovative new products over the months and years ahead. Here’s to your health. All the very best from the Parma! family to yours!

In gratitude, Shannon, Parma!Mama


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