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08 Feb

Food to Fall For®: Discover Betsy’s Best® Superfood-Packed Nut and Seed Butters at San Diego's Premier
Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Event

Visit Betsy’s Best® Gourmet Nut and Seed Butters at Booth #510 at GFAF Expo in San Diego, CA, Feb. 11-12, 2017.

Naples, FL (February 8, 2017) — Meet Registered Dietitian and former Miss Indiana Betsy Opyt – plus, stop by and taste Betsy’s Best® nutritious and delicious Gourmet Nut and Seed Butters at the Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly (GFAF) Expo in San Diego, CA, Feb. 11-12, 2017. There you will discover why Betsy’s Best’s motto is “Food to Fall For®.”

Appealing to gluten-free, allergen-friendly and health-conscious consumers seeking a unique take on classic nut and seed butters, Betsy’s Best® will showcase its Gourmet Cashew Butter, Almond Butter, Sunflower Seed Butter and Peanut Butter at San Diego’s Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly (GFAF) Expo on Saturday and Sunday, February 11-12, 2017. The event, held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds – Wyland Center in San Diego, opens at 10:00 am each morning and is open to the public.

Created by Registered and Licensed Dietitian and former Miss Indiana Betsy Opyt, Betsy’s Best® Gourmet Nut and Seed Butters are the perfect addition to this year’s San Diego show that features product sampling, educational classes and cooking exhibitions.

“We can’t wait to sample our healthy, gluten-free products in San Diego next week,” says Betsy Opyt, President, CEO and Founder of Betsy’s Best®. “Our diverse line of Gourmet Nut and Seed Butters offers tasty and nutritious spreads for people with gluten and food sensitivities. We have a jar of better-for-you goodness for everyone,” she adds.

Based in Naples, FL, Betsy’s Best® seasons its nut and seed butters with unique flavors and superfoods including cinnamon, chia seeds, and cardamom to create products that are as appealing to adults and kids as they are delicious. The sweet and salty spreads are Non-GMO Project Verified, all natural, gluten-free – and made without palm oil, a controversial ingredient that appears in a number of other nut butter brands.


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