Steep yourself in health
16 ct - In 1969, Yogi Bhajan came to America to teach Ayurveda, a 5,000 year-old Indian philosophy that seeks to achieve harmony and balance. With him came the delicious flavors and health benefits that blossomed into Yogi Tea. Today, Springfield, Oregon’s own Yogi Tea creates more than 60 tea and spice blends that promise to create a sense of well-being. Discover your perfect tea. Choose from Breathe Deep, Calming, Perfect Energy, Cold Season, Blueberry Slim Life and more.
Enjoy a spoonful of Oregon history
64 oz – Made with live probiotics since 1970, Nancy's Cultured Yogurts provide 56 billion active probiotic cultures per serving! These tiny wonders eliminate bad breath, improve complexion, keep the intestines clean and reverse intestinal damage caused by antibiotic treatment. Made by Eugene's own Springfield Creamery, they're as good for you as they are delicious. Top them with honey, fresh fruit and granola for an out-of-this-world parfait. Choose from Nancy's Organic Whole Milk or Lowfat Plain Yogurts.
Elevate your food
12 oz – Passionate about America's favorite condiment, the makers of Red Duck Ketchup believe food deserves better. So they left out the high fructose corn syrup, stabilizers and preservatives and stuck to high-quality, organic ingredients. The result? Three fantastic flavors that make eating exciting. Enjoy Classic, with hints of sweet and smoke; Curry, with its warm, full-bodied Eastern spice blend; or Spicy, with a fiery kick and smooth finish. Made in Eugene, Oregon, by a small flock of University of Oregon students, each delicious variety can be used a multitude of ways. From gourmet burgers to beans, tofu to pizza – the sky’s the limit.
12 oz – From Eugene, Oregon, comes a groovy new line of coffees created by Chez Ray, former chef for the Grateful Dead, in collaboration with award-winning master coffee roaster Paul Thornton of Coffee Bean International. Organic, Fair Trade and kosher, these epicurean, whole-bean coffees reflect Chez Ray's history with many artists. Brew varieties name after the Grateful Dead, Wavy Gravy and – in support of healthy Native American communities – the SEVA foundation.