Two Moms in the RAW Gets C.L.E.A.N.
Certified Two Moms Products
Shari (founder) started making raw foods after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2004. She found that a natural path to wellness (including a raw food diet) worked best for her. The treats she made for herself became so popular with friends and family that she decided to share the goodness even further with the help of her own mother. After lots of sales from the back of her car to parents of her childrens’ classmates in the school parking lot and a few years selling at the Boulder County Farmers Market…Two Moms had its start. Today Shari runs the business with her mother, father, husband and in-laws from the same commercial kitchen 5 minutes from her home. It is a true family affair.
Shari, Sarah, Rachel, Owen, Dudley, Gena, Marsha, Stanley, Jim, Cheryl, Jennifer, Santos, Max, Uncle H, Tia Tani, Uncle G, Alan, Sammy, Joshua, Uncle Scott, Auntie Souna, Noah, Annie, Sophia, Isabel,Uncle Jon (the family!)…and about another million amazing people have enjoyed our products over the years. Wish we could list them all but this website would crash!
Our products are made with simple and organic ingredients…that deliver a great taste experience!
Call the C.L.E.A.N./R.A.W. team to set up time to learn more about the background for the Certification and the process for getting your products certified.
Or you may attend the Webinar REDISCOVERING GOOD FOOD where the Chairman of the committee for C.L.E.A.N./R.A.W. certifications standard defines and explains the new parameters for good, clean food.
REDISCOVERING GOOD FOOD
For far too long, we have all focused on what food is “bad” for us. Don’t eat too much fat. Sugar, salt and caffeine are bad. Stay away from GMOs and pesticides. A more positive and beneficial approach for consumers is to provide them a framework to understand what is good and clean food.
In early 2014, leaders of the “raw food” community and stakeholders in the natural products industry, including retailers such as Whole Foods, participated in a series of workshops, conferences and public hearings, facilitated by Dr. V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, an MIT-trained Systems Biologist, to define what is “raw food.” What emerged was not only a definition of raw food but an International Standard, developed bottoms-up by the food manufacturing community, for good, clean and wholesome food.
Whether you are a consumer, manufacturer, retailer or someone who is interested in health, attending this webinar will help you create a healthier world for you, your family and your community.
If you are unable to join the webinar, click on the button below to request a 1-on-1 session with a Food Certification Consultant.