Seattle, grab your forks – organicgirl’s Eat Your Heart Out tour is coming to town to celebrate the launch of its two new salad blends!
Hosted by local cookbook author, Sarah Adler, of Simply Real Health, you will have the opportunity to meet Sarah and experience her salad bar takeover by sampling her herbaceous babe salad featuring the new true hearts butter and butter, plus blends. Readers will also have the chance to win an organicgirl prize pack including Sarah’s cookbook, one month of free greens and other organicgirl goodies!
Check out the tour dates and store locations below:
June 24th, 11 am-3 pm
Whole Foods Bellevue
888 116th Ave. NE Bellevue, WA 98004
July 17th, 10 am-2 pm
Whole Foods Seattle
1026 NE 64th St. Seattle, WA 98115
July 17th, 4 pm-7 pm
Metropolitan Market Seattle
100 Mercer St. Seattle, WA 98109
organicgirl is a small group of women and men in California’s fertile Salinas Valley who strive to offer customers the very best organic produce. They constantly challenge themselves to create fresh ideas for great tasting products customers will love. In 2007, organicgirl created a line of good clean greens made with premium quality and unbelievable taste. In 2013, their passion for greens led them to create a line of fresh dressings that make a true salad love story! As a fresh greens company obsessed with all things green, organicgirl believes that greens should be the hero of juice, so in 2015, they created a greens juice that actually tastes good without fruit as the first ingredient.
Sarah Adler is a nutrition coach, healthy lifestyle expert, food blogger, top selling healthy cookbook author, real food lover and owner of Simply Real Health—a healthy lifestyle company on a mission to educate, teach, and inspire others to live their happiest and healthiest life. In 2012, Sarah created Simply Real Health with a serious mission to help more people live a healthy daily lifestyle. With good (aka, beautiful-looking and delicious-tasting) food made simple enough for real life, so that more people can feel better, have a happier relationship to food, and free up their life for the things that matter most. Sarah’s philosophy to a better lifestyle is simple: First, to help people identify what healthy food actually is (by simplifying all the conflicting information out there about food), and second, to apply it to their daily lifestyle in a way that is both sustainable and more joyful in the long haul, both in their kitchens and out in the real world.