Frequently Asked Questions | Garden LitesGarden Lites

Frequently Asked Questions

Comments Off | March 6, 2012

  • I can't find you near me!

    Have you entered your information into our Locations page and still can’t find one near you? Print and fill out our Product Request Form and submit it to you local store manager so they can find out more about how to carry Garden Lites.

  • Are you Gluten Free?

    Garden Lites do not contain any gluten and are produced on dedicated Gluten Free lines to prevent cross contamination.  We regularly test our machinery and products to score below 10ppm. (The national standard is 20ppm)

  • Where can I find coupons?

    When there is a coupon offer going on, you can click the “Coupons” button in the navigation bar above.  Otherwise, we recommend joining our Facebook page where we share information about store sales, coupon offers, and other exciting news.

  • Do you offer online purchasing?

    Unfortunately we do not offer direct to consumer purchasing. Due to the frozen nature of the products, we are only available through select clubs and retailers.

  • Do your products contain dairy/lactose?

    The only Garden Lites products that contains dairy are our Pizza Souffle, Veggie Chili & Cornbread, Loaded Potato Souffle and Veggies & Cheese.  To prevent cross-contamination, all dairy containing items are manufactured on a separate dedicated line.

  • Are you certified Kosher?

    Yes, Garden Lites Parve items are certified under Star-K, and our Dairy items under Star-D.

  • Are there nuts?

    Garden Lites do not contain any peanuts or tree nuts and are produced in a nut free facility.

  • Are your products organic?

    While our products are All Natural, they are not organic.

  • Are Garden Lites non-GMO?

    While several of our ingredients are non-GMO, not all are. Therefore, Garden Lites are not non-GMO.

  • Do you add MSG?

    Some of our products contain autolyzed yeast extract, which is a natural source of glutamate/glutamic acid. We do not add any artificial additives.”

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