Our friends over at Thrive Market wrote an amazing article about our pinole and the impact it's having on your breakfast. Dating back centuries, the Tarahumara people of Mexico have been consuming pinole from the very beginning. These men and women have running in their blood and have the ability to run for several hundred miles every day.
Now that fall is upon us, we thought we'd share some of our favorite recipes using Purely Pinole! Our products are great for not just a breakfast bowl; you can make bread, granola bites, and more! Check out some recipes that bloggers have sworn by and let us know what you think!
We've been working on something new around our office, and we're excited to announce...the Purple Power Project! It's an amazing new opportunity for health, food, or fitness bloggers and social media experts to partner with us and try something new. If you've been looking for a unique new power food, pinole is for you.
To all our East-coast fans: don't worry, we haven't forgotten about you! Now, anyone who has access to a Wegman's can enjoy our delicious foods as well!
Here at Native State Foods, we know how important it is to understand where our food comes from that we put into our bodies. That's why we went out to a family farm for the harvesting of our purple maize!
Your favorite health food is now at Sprouts Farmers Market locations in LA! Known for their fresh produce and products with natural and organic ingredients, Purely Pinole fits in perfectly! It's a no-brainer to pick up at your next Sprouts run. You can find us in the breakfast section.
There are countless ways to enjoy pinole in your daily diet. You can even blend it together with other power foods and your favorite toppings! Here's one recipe that we know you'll love and whose nutritional benefits practically leap off the page! Special thanks to our friends at Thrive Market for this delicious recipe!!
Los Angelenos get ready. We are SO excited to announce that we are officially on shelves at all Targets in LA!! Look for the special signs that highlight fabulous foods from your neighborhood and find us there! PLUS take a picture at the store and tag @PurelyPinole and @Target and you'll be eligible for some free goodies on us!
Looking for a creative, healthy snack on the go? Check out our yummy recipe this week for Purely Pinole Protein Energy Balls! It's fast, easy, and delicious!
Traditionally, bananas Foster is made from bananas caramelized and flambéed in rum and brown sugar, then served over vanilla ice cream. It’s delicious, but probably not an ideal breakfast.
We are pleased to announce that AccelFoods, a packaged foods accelerator based in New York City, has selected Purely Pinole as a member of its 2016 class. Purely Pinole, a nutrient-dense Aztec power food made with purple maize and offered as a delicious line of hot cereal and snacking products, is one of just six companies chosen for the accelerator’s intense eight month program. In addition, Purely Pinole has received an investment from AccelFoods, which oversees a $20
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Disrupts the Market as Nutrient Rich Power Food January 27, 2016 - Santa Monica-based Native State Foods, maker of Purely Pinole, is proud to be at the forefront of a burgeoning new food movement: purple foods. Experts at the 2016 Winter Fancy Foods Show in San Francisco last week named purple foods one of the top new trends taking the market by force. Purely Pinole, an ancient Aztec power food whose cornerstone ingredient is purple maize, is already seeing great response from consumers
Here at Native State Foods, our mission is to put real, wholesome nutrition back into our food system. So we work hard to create simple, plant-based foods that you could have eaten hundreds of years ago.
From Aztec messengers to the current-day “Running People,” pinole is an ancient food with timeless nutrition. First consumed by the Aztecs (and even shared with starving Spanish explorers), pinole is also known for its connection to the Tarahumara.