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5 Food Products To Try In January

5 Food Products To Try In January

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5 Food Products To Try In January

There's nothing better than starting the year off with a few fun new treats to try.

Every month, tons of new food products fill the grocery store shelves. Here are the five we're adding to cart right now.


1. Farm Girl 

Love the ease of cereal in the morning but know you need to eat something with staying power? Ontario's Farm Girl makes low-carb cereal that's high in plant-based protein and fibre. Plus, there's no sugar or sugar alcohols!

Try Farm Girl now.


2. Broya Living Canned Broth



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Bone broth is a superfood we love sipping on come winter time (and mixing into our hot chocolate!). These canned broths from Canada's Broya make it easy to get essential vitamins and nutrients and a collagen boost while you're on the go.

Try Broya Living now.


3. Holos Overnight Muesli



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We know breakfast is always a big pain point for busy weekday mornings. Holos makes it easy by giving you organic whole grains, seeds, and probiotics, plus 20 grams of protein in each serving. All you have to do is mix it up with your choice of milk before you go to bed and top with your favourite toppings when it's time to eat.

Try Holos now.


4. Cymbiotika Liposomal Vitamin C



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Everyone seems to catch a cold in the winter, so we're looking at these antioxidant-rich, single serve vitamin pouches to give us the immune-boost we need right now. Plus, these are made to deliver superior absorption and bioavailibity vs. taking regular tablet vitamin C.

Try Cymbiotika now.


5. De Soi Sparkling Non-Alcoholic Apéritif



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Get the buzz you crave without the booze thanks to these adaptogen-rich non-alcoholic apéritifs co-founded by Katy Perry. L-theanine, lemon balm, reishi mushroom and more come together for a better-for-you drink that you can just pour and enjoy.

Try De Soi now.



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