Pasta in tomato & cheese sauce. Rabbit of approval. Certified organic. Non BPA liner (Can liner not derived from BPA). USDA organic. Made with goodness! No artificial flavors, synthetic colors or preservatives. Ingredients produced without antibiotics, synthetic hormones or persistent pesticides. Meet Bernie. It's Bernie, Annie's pet Dutch rabbit! So beloved, it seemed fitting to make him our rabbit of approval. Dear Friend, During the spring, we eagerly prepare for the opening of our farm stand. Our customers and friends look forward to our certified organic varieties of tomatoes, lettuces, cucumbers, and potatoes. Every year we grow a few vegetables that are less familiar. Some people are hesitant to try what they don't recognize or don't know how to prepare, others are excited to sample less common crops such as kohlrabi or golden beets. Vegetables are versatile and the internet provides may answers to the question, How do I prepare this? as well as recipe ideas popular with kids and adults. Just type in the name, search and try a new veggie with your family. If you like it, add it to your menu with a side of Annie's! Bye for now, Annie. Certified organic by Quality Assurance International. We work with trusted suppliers to source only non-GMO ingredients. Please recycle for a greener planet. Made in USA for Annie's Homegrown.
15 oz (425 g) x 12
about 2 per pack
Easy to Make: Stove: Empty contents into medium saucepan. Heat over medium heat, stirring occasionally until hot. Makes 2 cups. Microwave: Empty contents of can into microwave-safe dish. Cover; microwave on high 2 minutes or until hot. Stir before serving. Enjoy! Refrigerate any unused All Stars pasta immediately in a separate container.
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