One 4-ounce bag of Pumpkin Berry Munch, a transitional organic snack mix, sourced farm direct from 3 small Oregon Producers. Contains: Cranberries, Pumpkin seeds, and Aronia Berries.
Hummingbird Wholesale is committed to supporting farmers in the Organic Certification process. The USDA requires a three year period where farmers implement and administer organic standards on their farm. We refer to products undergoing this process as Transitional.
Pumpkin Berry Munch Ingredients: Transitional AWAKENEDTM Pumpkin Seeds (TR OR Pumpkin Seeds, Celtic Sea Salt®), Transitional Dried Cranberries (TR OR Dried Cranberries, OR Blackberry Honey), Transitional Dried Aronia Berries (TR OR Dried Aronia Berries, OR Blackberry Honey).
Transitional AWAKENEDTM Pumpkin Seeds: Steve and Ryan Koch from Koch Farms in Canby, Oregon grow our Transitional Pumpkin Seeds. Hummingbird sprouts, adds a touch of Celtic Sea Salt®, and dehydrates these pumpkin seeds under 115◦ to make AWAKENEDTM Pumpkin Seeds. Pumpkin seeds contain vitamin E along with a host of additional antioxidants. The seeds are high in phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, and copper, and hold a good source of protein and minerals including zinc and iron.
Transitional Dried Cranberries: Our Transitional Dried Cranberries are grown by Jeff Stoltz of Johnson Creek Farms in Bandon, Oregon. The cranberries are Certified Transitional from Oregon Tilth. Hummingbird adds a touch of Oregon Blackberry Honey to these Cranberries and dehydrates them under 115◦. Dried cranberries contain Vitamin E, antioxidants, and trace amounts of iron, potassium and vitamin C.
Transitional Dried Aronia Berries: Grown by Bob and Diane Wilt from Sunset Valley Organics in Corvallis, Oregon. This farm is dedicated to exceptional soil, producing some of the best berries we have ever tasted. Hummingbird adds a touch of Oregon Blackberry Honey to these Aronia Berries and dehydrates them under 115◦.These dark berries have one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants in any fruit. Also high in vitamins and nutrients, these berries are said to help maintain intestinal and digestive health, reduce risk of cancers and have anti-inflammatory qualities.