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Sonoma Market

Sonoma, CA 95476
6 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
(707) 996-3411

Plant-Based Products

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Are fruits and veggies your jam? According to Dr. Liz, a plant-based diet “means eating more plant-based foods such as all sorts of fresh veggies (eaten raw or prepared minimally with healthy fats), vegetable proteins and whole grains, fruits and other farm-to-fork foods.” From apples to tofu and everything in between, Sonoma Market offers a bounty of produce and plant-based deliciousness, including a large variety of snacks, salad dressings and more.

Daiya Dressings: Daiya Foods was founded on the belief that plant-based living leads to better health, better animal welfare and a better planet. As such, their delicious dairy-free creations are crafted with a spirit of innovation, love of food and no room for compromise.

Stahlbush Island Farms Frozen Fruits and Vegetables: Harvested at the peak of season, Stahlbush frozen produce is flash frozen to preserve maximum flavor and freshness. Their certified sustainable family farm is also a leader in land stewardship and social responsibility!

From the Ground Up Cauliflower Crackers: From the Ground Up has cracked the code on delicious plant-based crackers. Enjoy all your favorite types with a healthy twist with these savory snacks made with non-GMO, vegan and gluten-free ingredients—like cauliflower!

Jilz Gluten Free Crackerz: Crispy, crunchy and oh, so snackable, these simple seeded crackers are ideal for those on a gluten-free, paleo or vegan diet. Made with just a few ingredients, they’re non-GMO, grain-free and a fantastic balance of flavor. Let’s get cracking!

Vegan Rob’s Puffs: Plant-based, gluten-free, non-GMO, kosher and vegan, Vegan Rob’s Puffs are made with the idea to “love yourself, our planet and all living things.” Try these tasty plant-based snacks in a variety of flavors like Beet Puffs and Probiotic Dragon Puffs.

Find these and even more plant-based products at Sonoma Market! To learn more about the plant-based diet, check out the Health Notes by Dr. Liz article: Diet Plans Demystified.

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