Komplete Ultimate Meal Replacement Shakes Giveaway From Kate Farms

by Caterina Borg, Good Food Gourmet on February 23, 2016

kate_farms_Komplete_Ultimate_Meal_Replacement_ShakesOne of the GREAT food shows I am invited to attend every year is the Natural Foods Expo East in Baltimore. When I attend shows like this and the Fancy Food Show in New York City, I always come up with my list of TOP PICKS that filters out some of the best and most unique items that I come across at each show. One of these great little companies, is a company called Kate Farms. You can read all about all the wonderful things that they do here and how both the company and the product came about.

This month, we are hosting a giveaway with Kate Farms, and giving away one (1) whole case of their delicious, soy-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, non-GMO, hypoallergenic AND vegan Ultimate Meal Replacement Shakes. They are made with organic ingredients and plant proteins that include 21 Superfoods! These shakes are a perfect solution for people on the go who find themselves skipping meals or for those who are looking to make a lifestyle change and need to jumpstart their weight loss.
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