Glory Foods® Reintroduces Sensibly Seasoned All Natural Lower Sodium Product Line

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Sensibly Seasoned-Lower Sodium Products are American Heart Association Certified, All Natural and Meatless

Representatives from Glory Foods, Inc. (Glory) announced that the company has reintroduced its lower sodium product line, Sensibly Seasoned. All Glory Foods Sensibly Season-Lower Sodium Products have met the American Heart Association food criteria for saturated fat and cholesterol for healthy people over two years-of-age and displays the heart-check mark on each can. The Sensibly Seasoned-Lower Sodium Product line is available now in grocery stores nationwide.

Products that are American Heart Association Certified must meet specific nutritional levels. These levels are based on a single serving size as specified by the FDA for an individual food unless otherwise specified. For the complete American Heart Association’s Heart-Check Food Certification Program Nutritional Guidelines, visit http://bit.ly/yr5qNY.

The Sensibly Seasoned-Lower Sodium Product line retains the rich southern flavor for which Glory Foods is known, and is all natural, minimally processed, without preservatives or additives and meatless. Available in 15.25-ounce cans, products include Sensibly Seasoned Black Beans, Sensibly Seasoned Blackeye Peas, Sensibly Seasoned Collard Greens, Sensibly Season Mixed Greens, Sensibly Seasoned Pinto Beans, Sensibly Seasoned Red Beans, Sensibly Seasoned String Beans, Sensibly Seasoned Tomatoes & Okra, Sensibly Seasoned Tomatoes, Okra & Corn and Sensibly Seasoned Turnip Greens.

Sensibly Seasoned joins the diverse Glory Foods product line already in stores, which includes a variety of heat-and-serve products, seasoned canned vegetables, cooking bases, hot sauces and fresh greens.

For a complete list of store locations or for more information about Glory Foods, visit www.GloryFoods.com and find Glory Foods on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GloryFoods and Twitter at Twitter.com/gloryfoods.

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