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North Prairie Family Farms

September 16, 2015 09:00 ET

North Prairie Gold Extra Virgin Canola Oil Wins Progressive Grocer Editors' Pick Award

SASKATOON, SK--(Marketwired - September 16, 2015) - Newly released North Prairie Gold™ Extra Virgin Canola Oil, a product of Canada, has made an impact almost immediately after arriving on the market. Progressive Grocer magazine has recognized North Prairie Gold™ with a prestigious 2015 Editors' Pick Award for best new products. The award is one of the highest accolades for successful product innovation, marketability and differentiation. Judging criteria include innovation, taste/functionality and overall value.

In recognizing North Prairie Gold™ -- a Non-GMO Project Verified and Kosher Certified cold-pressed extra virgin canola oil -- Progressive Grocer noted, "This product could potentially open a whole new category... With the right marketing and consumer education, extra-virgin canola could be the next big thing in gourmet oils."

Grown by a group of Canadian prairie farmers on family farms located within a 150-mile radius of their own local cold-pressing plant in Saskatoon, minimally processed North Prairie Gold™ is cold-pressed according to traditional European standards. Because its temperature never exceeds 50°C during cold pressing, the oil's natural color and abundant nutrients are preserved. North Prairie Gold™ is a good source of Vitamin E, an antioxidant, with 1.5 g of Omega-3 in each 500 ml bottle and is distinguished by its rich golden color and natural nutty flavor.

Versatile North Prairie Gold™ Extra Virgin Canola Oil is an ideal choice for salads, pasta, vegetable dishes, seafood and baking. It is now available online in convenient 500 ml bottle twin packs. Order North Prairie Gold™ at

About North Prairie Family Farms: North Prairie Family Farms is the face of our group of farm families in Saskatchewan. North Prairie Gold™ Extra Virgin Canola Oil is grown by a group of Canadian prairie farmers on family farms located within a 150-mile radius of their own oil crushing facility in Saskatoon. The rich soil, cooler temperatures, clean air, and pure rainwater of Saskatchewan produce the nutrient-rich seeds required for this superior canola oil. Together, our farmers work to provide the high-quality, healthy food that consumers want, at reasonable prices.

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