A time-honored classic. Its sweetness is solely from a select blend of Michigan family orchard organic Apples cooked into a thick, sweet, 12.5 Brix apple sauce. Organic cinnamon contrasts the sweet and brightens its flavor. A good for you dessert or snack anytime, anywhere. A good source of dietary fiber.
The apples in Eden Cinnamon Apple Sauce are organically grown on family owned orchards on the shores of the Great Lakes, one of the best tree fruit growing locations in the world due to the seasonal lake effect. After years of organic management, the healthy trees and soil in these beautiful orchards produce the most delicious apples we have tasted.
Eden Cinnamon Apple Sauce is made using traditional methods. Apples are hand sorted, washed, peeled, cored and put through a mill where they are sliced and chopped. Steam injection cooks it into a thick sauce. The sauce is strained, blended with a bit of organic cinnamon, and then packed in glass jars.
Eden Cinnamon Apple Sauce provides better flavor, better nutrition, and peace of mind. It's fat free, very low in sodium, and contains no refined sugars. A good source of dietary fiber. Made without any chemical additives of any kind.
Scientific research has found that apples and apple juice contain a wealth of healthy phytonutrients. A study conducted at Rochester, Minnesota's Mayo Clinic reported finding the "powerful antioxidant, quercetin, in apples and apple juice." Quercetin is one of the more potent antioxidants in apples. In the journal 'Nature', 2000, researchers at Cornell University reported that apple components had more antioxidant capability than a 1,500-milligram mega dose of vitamin C. "Scientists are interested in isolating single components, such as vitamin C, vitamin E, or beta carotene to see if they exhibit antioxidant benefits", says Dr. Rui Hai Liu at Cornell. "It turns out that none of those work alone. It's the combination of flavonoids and polyphenols [antioxidant phytonutrients found in apples] doing the work."
It's good to be choosy when picking apples. The USDA has identified 35 insecticides, fungicides, and weed killers sprayed on apples, even though the Environmental Protection Agency considers them hazardous. Tests by the Environmental Working Group show that these chemicals do show up in supermarkets, so it is especially important to choose an organic apple you can trust. Eden is a wise choice.