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Foodist Stickers: Absolutely Scrumptious!

Foodist

What if you could simply change what you're eating to "use real food and real science to lose weight, without dieting?"

That's the premise behind Darya Pino Rose's highly-acclaimed new book, Foodist.

It's all about loving food. The right foods. At the right times.

No more sacrifice. No more deprivation.

As Dara explains in this trailer, "Foodist will help you stop dieting and start living."



Well-designed stickers are thin, delicious, and a great way to promote just about anything ... even books!

Stickers slip weightlessly into envelopes and between pages. They bring delight to fans. They stick around long after the press release has been filed.

Foodist's stickers are especially delightful, with scrumptious colors and a delightful die-cut outline. Take a gander at that sans serif logo and you can't help but think of fresh leafy greens, plump ripe tomatoes, vitamin c-packed oranges, and a delicious bunch of grapes. It's a meal and a sticker, all in one!

 

Kombucha Brooklyn



Kombucha Brooklyn (KBBK) makes what has become the hottest stuff to hit the healthy beverage market since cranberry juice: kombucha (kom BOO cha). Kombucha is a brewed tea and sugar based bevvie that's been touted for its health benefits in Russia since the late 1800s. Fast forward to 21st century Brooklyn, and you'll find the same effervescent tangy stuff, albeit in exotic flavors:
At KBBK, we take great pride in our careful brewing and blending of kombucha by: Diligently caring for and propagating kombucha cultures that are the source of the magic; Working hard to find, select and use the best sustainable ingredients; Sticking with our hand-crafted, time tested, tried-and-true brewing methodology; Creating a clean and comfortable work environment for those who help us from time to time.

Hmmm, is there something in the water in the boroughs? KBBK is about the millionth Brooklyn company we've come across that's making yummy stuff in small batches—from pickles and pies to chocolate and chorizo. Lucky Brooklynites!