There isn’t a lot of regulation today when it comes to how foods are labeled to the general public. Yes, they have to include calorie counts and ingredients of course, but they don’t necessarily have to account for the impression they give consumers about the healthiness of their product. They may tell people that a snack or beverage is ‘good for them’, when in reality, it’s the exact opposite. See why this is, and how Hip Cuisine Inc. (OTC: HIPC) is attempting to shift the paradigm for health-conscious consumers everywhere.
Health Foods May Not Be Very Healthy
A typical energy bar on a shelf may be able to give you a boost of protein so you don’t reach for the potato chips during your mid-day break but that doesn’t mean you made the right choice for your body. The truth is that most healthy foods are so packed with sugar and preservatives that you’re really just setting your body up to rise and fall. Sugar gives you a notorious rush, but it doesn’t last long. It just leaves you craving more sugar in a limited amount of time, creating a cycle you’d probably rather not be on. To break that cycle, people need access to better choices. As illness and disease rates climb, more and more consumers are recognizing that food is the key to how we feel and what we do.
The Business of Clean Eating
This dilemma of finding healthier food has led to plenty of companies attempting to dominate an ever-growing space. But Hip Cuisine, Inc. seems to have hit a winning combination of taste and health that’s taking consumers by storm. Hip Cuisine is a global nutritional foods company, that brings fresh, organic foods to the health-conscious consumer. Hip Cuisine also owns Living Gourmet, a line of fresh, organic raw-vegan foods, which include vegan burgers, sandwiches, burritos and soups. The Company also has various joint-ventures with select specialty food, beverage and lifestyle health brands, including an exclusive distribution agreement with Medidate Coffee, a gourmet antioxidant and protein-rich coffee made from date seeds, and a retailer agreement with Charlotte’s Web, a maker of high-cannabidiol (CBD), low-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) Cannabis extract marketed as a dietary supplement. Learn more about these major offerings Hip Cuisine and how you can try them for yourself.
Rawkin Juice serves authentic cold pressed juices & smoothies, amazing salads, vegan meals and raw desserts. After years of research Rawkin Juice opened its doors in Burbank in 2014 featuring its state-of-the-art organic-vegan kitchen. The company made its own original, cold-pressed juice and smoothie blends, always made fresh to order, for pick up in person or through online delivery. Its colorful, musical menu creates an upbeat theme and a fun environment for healthy conscious customers. Using local sources for organic fruits and vegetables, the company uses glass bottles exclusively to further demonstrate its commitment to optimum credibility of nutrients.
Inspired to create an optimum health lifestyle, Living Gourmet has been identified as “A Pioneer in Raw Food Technique!” By exploring a new set of culinary arts techniques, the company discovered a way to balance the organic flavors of seasonings, herbs, fresh produce, nuts, seeds, and beans to make delicious meals and snacks that are beneficial to the body.
A Mediterranean staple for centuries, new Medidate Coffee is unlike any other ‘coffee’ drink you’ve likely ever experienced – or ever will. Made entirely from antioxidant and protein-rich ground date seeds, pure, organic Medidate Coffee offers a cross between coffee and tea, brilliantly created to offer a calming, cleansing, high fiber ‘coffee,’ great for optimal bone and heart health.
Charlotte’s Web is a high-cannabidiol (CBD), low-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) Cannabis extract marketed as a dietary supplement under federal law of the United States. It is produced by the Stanley brothers in Colorado. It does not induce the psychoactive “high” typically associated with recreational marijuana strains that are high in THC. In September 2014, the Stanleys announced that they would ensure that the product consistently contained less than 0.3% THC.
Charlotte’s Web is named after Charlotte Figi, born October 18, 2006 (age 11), whose story has led to her being described as “the girl who is changing medical marijuana laws across America.” Her parents and physicians say she experienced a reduction of her epileptic seizures brought on by Dravet syndrome after her first dose of medical marijuana at five years of age. Her usage of Charlotte’s Web was first featured in the 2013 CNN documentary “Weed”. Media coverage increased demand for Charlotte’s Web and similar products high in CBD, which has been used to treat epilepsy in toddlers and children. It was originally called “Hippie’s Disappointment” as it was a strain that had high CBD instead of THC.
Learn more about Hip Cuisine, their history, the passion behind the products and the goals for the Company and its investors here.
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