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For the ninth year in a row, our team is on the hunt for the best new clean products in the land, from the tastiest spice mixes to the most satisfying sauces; from the most daring nut butter flavors to heavenly whole-grain breads; and from the cleanest pet products to good-for-you bites that even kids will love.
Fifty remarkable products will take the title of “Clean Choice Award winner” – will one be yours?
Categories include, but are not limited to:
- Breakfast (cereals, granolas, breads)
- Drinks (coffee, tea, wine, juice, energy drinks, water)
- Dairy and Dairy-Free Alternatives
- Nut Butters and Spreads
- Condiments and Flavor Boosters
- Spices and Seasonings
- Sweet Treats
- Pantry Staples
- Household Goods (cleaning, laundry, body care, etc.)
- Gourmet Food Items
- Pet Foods
- Kid-Friendly Foods
Special attention will be paid to products and companies that take the environment into consideration through sustainable packaging and ingredients, environmentally conscious production practices and charitable endeavors that have a positive impact on the Earth.
Submissions are open from September 3 to October 7, 2019. To submit, please send five samples of each product to the following address. Entries are judged on nutrition profile, taste, texture, visual appeal, convenience factor, and environmental friendliness.
Send all products to:
Clean Eating Magazine
171 East Liberty St., Unit 249
Toronto, Ontario M6K 3P6
Please be sure to prepay all duty, brokerage and shipping fees. Contact us at CEeditorial@aimmedia.com or call Rachel at 416-304-9032 with any questions. For more information, check out the full list of last year’s winners here.
Toronto-based Clean Eaters: Want to make your opinion known? We’ll be assembling a reader panel of judges to help shape our Readers’ Choice section, and we’re searching for a few refined palates to help us out. Shoot CEeditorial@aimmedia.com a message explaining why we should invite you to help judge our Clean Choice Awards. (Toronto-area readers only, please.)